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Card Making Ideas - "Blessed by God"

Stampin' Up! - Blessed by God Stamp Set

 Baptism Card Ideas

At our little kiosk at Chirnside Park Shopping Centre last month, a lady asked me if I could make her several Baptism cards - not for baby baptisms, but for older teens, young adults, making their own choice to dedicate their lives to Jesus.

She picked out the Blessed by God stamp set from the Stampin' Up! annual catalogue and asked could I do a variety of cards in several colours.

Here are some of the ones I came up with - using inspiration from actual cards in both our current catalogues for inspiration.

Blessed by God Baptism Card

This Wisteria Wonder and Blackberry Bliss card uses stamps from Blessed by God stamp set, Chalk Talk Stamp set and from our Holiday Catalogue - For All Things stamp set, along with a scrap of paper from the Color Me Autumn Designer Series Paper (DSP) and some of our delicious Burlap Ribbon.

Oh, and a little trick - see the Baker's Twine in the button? It's roughly coloured with the Blackberry Bliss Stampin' Write Marker.

Blessed by God Baptism Card 1

The second card uses two of the same stamp sets - Chalk Talk and Blessed By God, and combines Early Espresso ink, Under the Tree Specialty DSP, Crumb Cake Ink and Card, Marina Mist card, Pearl Jewels, the retired Eyelet Border Punch, the new cute flower from the the Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack and the Window Frames Collection of Framelits.

Love these colours together!

I made four feminine cards, but my customer also asked for one male card, in blue tones. Love our card stock Vellum and haven't used it much lately, so it was perfect for creating a subtle effect card front.

Blessed by God Baptism Card 2

Layered beneath the vellum is Soft Sky Pattern Stack Paper, stamped with the grass from Wetlands stamp set, and a wooden cross, made using panels from the Hardwood background stamp, stamped on Soft Sky card and sponged in Marina Mist Ink.

The greeting is stamped in Jet Black Stazon on top of the Vellum Card Stock.

Love how this softens the cross, and helps the greeting to be the focal point for a simple, elegant card.

I loved that I got to experiment with these designs, and play around with colours, and I guess most of all, I love that someone told me what she needed, and that my "job" allows me the freedom of creativity, the awesome tools and plenty of inspiration, so that I can now go back to my customer with several cards that fill her need.

In this case, Blessed by Stampin' Up!

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