Now you see it…

Now you see the big blob where the water pen went wacko when coloring in the water-color pencils. It’s an old water pen & it just might be time to get another one. I’ll put that on the things to get once you get a job list.

Now you don’t. I took a Sizzix die cut banner stamped Luke 1.37 (Covered the rest of the stamp with tape that I removed before  stamping on the banner,) on it. Using pop dots I popped out the banner that covers the big water blob. A creative accident. I cut the cross out using Spellbinders  Nestabilities Labels four, that I attached to bright pink paper. I cut the corners using an EK Success corner punch.

Luke 1.37 For with God nothing shall be impossible. Inkadinkado stamp. Inside I stamped on green paper with a sentiment by Inkadinkado. I then added another layer of the same pink used on the outside. They were both cut out using Spellbinders Nestabilities Labels Four. I added 3 pearls to the bottom of the sentiment. Faux Pearl Stickers purchased on clearance saving $200 on 64 pieces.

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About jewelyah

Hi, My interests are in scrapbooking & card making. I have 2 dogs and am into Canine Cavier a holistic pet food company that has made great strides in canine cancer research. I run a facebook site for Pawnee Sportsmans Club. We are a shooting range. Rifle, Pistol, Trap, Skeet & Sporting Clays
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2 Responses to Now you see it…

  1. Florence says:

    Oh no! Beautiful colouring as well. I would have been in tears. Great cover up. I really like the banner. You could say it was a happy accident.
    Have a wonderful creative day.
    Regards Florence xx

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