Monday, July 4, 2011

Be Still for Some Sneak Peaks

Well Happy 4th of July to all of those in the great USA! We have been enjoying celebrating...maybe a bit too much!  I feel like we have been going crazy the last few days...but then again I was dealing with getting over Strep Throat (yeah, tell me how I get that during summer?!), my daughter having to go into teh doctor's for an infection on her face that turned out to be bacterial (mostly liked caused by strep), and my son suddenly coming down with strep throat yesterday!  We have managed some fun in there too, but that was a lot to handle!

But today is also special because it is a Sneak Peek day for Paper Makeup Stamps!  The July release is almost here!  Today I get to share a scripture from the Be Still Set...and mine is the Be Still scripture.  I actually used the digi version of this and colored the words "still" and "God" in Photoshop Elements.  I used the color scheme from the Paper Crafts Color Inspiration #6 Challenge.  Not sure my flourish looks right...feel like I didn't place it right, but finally hitting the stamping table after taking lots of nights off, I just went with it.  

Be sure to check out what some of the other "Makeup Artists" came up with for today and leave a comment on the PMS Blog for a chance to win some free stamps!  Thanks for checking out my kind of engineering!

The Engineering Details
Stamps - Be Still Set digi (Paper Makeup Stamps); Paper - Cherry Cobbler, Whisper White, Bashful Blue patterned paper (SU!); Ink - Bashful Blue; Accessories - Black Rhinestones (Darice), Black Rhinestones (Bazzill Basics), Flourish Template (Bazzill Basics), Ticket Corner Punch (SU!), Labels 16 Nestabilities (Spellbinders)


dawnmercedes said...

hey, we had similar nestie idea for today's card! ooh lala!!

LaJanette said...

Andrea that flourish does look just right! I love how you have done those two words in red; and that ribbon...superb!

Unknown said...

Fabulous card...that flourish is wonderful!

Randee E said...

This is gorgeous! Love the black - it really pops and is quite striking!

Michelle VP said...

Love that ruffled ribbon and split nestie for the saying! :)

Kristie W. said...

Your card is so elegant looking! I love the flourish and that ruffly ribbon. I'll have to try the halved nestie with a sentiment!

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