Wednesday, November 10, 2010

More "A Wish for Peace" Ideas

On this day, I am very grateful for the opportunity to be a Stampin' Up! demonstrator.  I absolutely, positively adore helping people unlock the creativity that lurks inside them!  Today is a case in point.  A stampin' buddy has been stumped about how to use her "A Wish for Peace" stamp set.  She had already seen one of my ideas here, and came over this afternoon to learn how to do it.  I also showed her a couple more ideas, and she'll be back Monday to do them, too!  Here is one of them, a CASE of Jennifer Timko's card here.  The stamped image was substituted for the wreath on the original card.
Stamps: A Wish for Peace (111614), Heard from the Heart (W-111644, C-120006)
Cardstock: Confetti Cream (102835), Always Artichoke (105119)
Ink: Always Artichoke Classic (105219), Stampin' Write Markers - Always Artichoke (105113), Cherry Cobbler (119681), So Saffron (105114)
Accessories: Cherry Cobbler 1/2" Seam Binding Ribbon (120992)


  1. Beautiful! I love how you cut off the bottom of the stamp image - gives it a different feel.

  2. I never paid much attention to this stamp, but this card really shows it off! Great idea to crop the image!

  3. See, now I have to CASE you right back! I think we just need to have a stamping day together to share ideas!! :-)

  4. How lovely! And the fluffy bow is the perfect addition :)

  5. Beautiful...I love how you cut off the original image- gives it a very elegant look.


Thank you for visiting - I'd love to hear from you!