Stampin’ Up! Comfort & Hope

This past weekend, the rain was falling and I spent a nice afternoon crafting. It was so nice to spend time just scrolling for ideas with no concern to be out and about. Sketches are my favorite form of inspiration and I came across a nice open one on the Fab Friday challenge. It was just what I needed to be able to put some ink to a new stamp set!

Thanks for being you

Comfort & Hope is one of those great stamp sets with detail images you can use to… well… add little details to your projects. I love the look of metal twine on projects but sometimes have a little trouble getting them to roll up they way I want. This set has a stamp resembling the perfect circle of metal twine; I stamped it with VersaMark and heat set silver embossing powder over it. There are also a couple of images that resemble rhinestone embellishments. I used the open ones here (also with silver powder) along with some actual rhinestones near the sentiment.

Thank you for your visit today. I hope you enjoyed seeing this card and it encourages you to create something fun today. To play along with the sketch challenge, CLICK HERE to visit Fab Friday.

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  1. When I first saw your card was totally “wow! How’d she get the silver twine in such a neat circle??” lol! I love that image and it looks fabulous embossed in silver! Great job with the sketch! Thanks for sharing at Fab Friday!


  2. So perfect, Adriana – now I have to have this stamp set, too, lol, if only for that twine stamp – how gorgeous it is embossed! Love your colors and sparkle! Thanks so much for playing at Fab Friday!


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