Welcome to a new month long challenge. The challenge is to use newsprint or sheet music somewhere on your card.
The DT was asked to also use a food related stamp.
I used food for the soul. Bread and Chalice Cling Set
For the inside of my card I used :May The Peace of the Lord
I made this card last week and forgot to post it.
Can you see a bit of a heart shape with the ovals?
I used Heart Bouquet and Love You Small from Serendipity Stamps. I cut a small slit on either side of the bouquet pulled the ribbon through and tied the bow.
Thank you for all your very kind comments on the blog hop.
I love this stamp set and it will be used many times in my family.
First I stamped the entire image on white , then on a piece of gold vellum . I embossed the vellum, added some foam tape and placed it over the stamped image. I also used Stitched Mats Trying to keep this one simple and elegant for the occasion of a First Holy Communion.
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Want to see what the rest of the DT has made...
Anya Schrier, Jeanne Jachna, Jenny Gropp, Julie Warner, Karen Amidon, Marybeth Lopez (me), Miriam Napier, Pauline Pollington, Vickie Zimmer
Beautifully done, Marybeth--perfect for the occasion!ReplyDelete
Love the way you colored that gold chalice...Perfect :)ReplyDelete
Just beautiful! That gold vellum is just perfect for this card! Very nicely done!ReplyDelete
Marybeth, that is a beautiful stamp set...gold vellum, I never knew! And it is perfect for the chalice...what a wonderful card to give a little one receiving their first communion! Well, done!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Marybeth, so elegant.ReplyDelete
What an elegant card Marybeth! The gold embossing and stitched edges look great together. Just lovely.ReplyDelete
So pretty, Marybeth! Love how you only colored the chalice and the gold embossing is so elegant.ReplyDelete
Now that's my kind of food for the sou! This is just beautiful Marybeth, I love it!! Love your second card too and I DO see that heart!!ReplyDelete
Beautifully done, Marybeth. What a special card for such a special occasion and awesome/creative idea for the oval hearts on the second card.ReplyDelete
Beautiful First Communion Card, love the embossed vellum. Your envelope liners are such a lovely touch. Fun Heart Bouquet card too!ReplyDelete
Stunning card Marybeth...can't wait to play along.ReplyDelete
Love them both, Marybeth.ReplyDelete
Love your use of gold for the chalice, and the simple outline for the rest of the image. The perfect treatment for a First Communion.ReplyDelete
And yes, I do see the heart in your two ovals! Fun!
Beautiful and elegant as always Marybeth!ReplyDelete
Ah, beautiful card to celebrate a first communion, reminds me of my own...ReplyDelete
the second card is so cheerful!