Go Faith, Go!!

Mar 5, 2015 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

So my baby girl, Faith, joined the Speech Team at her high school after volleyball season was over – and was in two tournaments and did well – it is a learning experience I think!  Anyway, her third tournament was the District Meet – and she tied for second place in her event – which qualified her for the State Speech Tournament which is this weekend!   Needless to say, we were all thrilled for her – pretty exciting! 

Anyway, I made a card for her and hid it in her backpack – so hopefully she will find it when she arrives at the tournament!  I took a quick photo :

 The stamp set I used was Painted Petals – it is so pretty and easy to align the flowers and the stems.  I chose a soft color palette for her card – Calypso Coral, Old Olive and Whisper White.  I LOVE the word stamp in this set – You are Amazingly Amazing! – and seemed to be perfect for Faith’s card!

Card Base is Whisper White 8 1/2 x 5 1/2 – scored at 4 1/4. 
Next layer is also Whisper White – 4 x 5 1/4.
I stamped the flower and stem onto a piece of Whisper White card stock and then used the largest of the circles in the Circle Framelit Collection – it has a scalloped edge and loved the look it created against the doily (sponged lightly with Calypso Coral ink).   To finish the card, I added a few rhinestones for some sparkle. 

Well Faith – you probably won’t see this blog post but we are all sending good thoughts your way – and wish you THE BEST this weekend! 

Supplies for this card include: 

Thanks for visiting today!  Can’t believe tomorrow is Friday already! Yeah!


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