{New Day} Having Fun with Sentiments by Judy Marino

Hello, friends!  I am excited to be back today at the Precious Remembrance Shop blog with my second Guest Designer post for this month’s new release.  I am really enjoying New Day and I have been SO inspired by all the awesome projects by the design team so far this month.

So, on to my cards!  I had fun stamping the sentiment repeatedly in different shades of ink for my first card…and I highlighted the last sentiment using the brush stroke stamp.
I added glitter (with a glitter pen) to each of the sentiments to add some subtle interest.
I used two stamp sets (“New Day” and “Positive Thoughts”) for my second card.  The heart image was stamped onto patterned paper in Versamark ink and embossed with clear embossing powder, then cut out and mounted on the card.  I love that you can combine the sentiments in this set…they look like they belong together, don’t they?

Thanks for stopping by today…I have enjoyed the opportunity to be a Guest Designer this month.  I really hope you will visit the Precious Remembrance Shop and check out the awesome stamps available there…including “New Day.”

Have a great day!
Judy

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11 Comments

  1. These cards are so much fun Judy!!! Great combo on the second card too!:) Thank you so much for joining us and sharing your wonderful cards!!!:)

  2. Two totally different cards, Judy…and I love them both…the gorgeous color of the first and the sweet collage style of the second! Great having your pretty designs here on the blog!!!

  3. What fabulous repeat stamping on your first card, Judy … love the subtle shimmer over the top! The eclectic look on your second card is stunning … what a perfect selection of elements to go with that fabulous sentiment! Anita 🙂

  4. Beautiful Guest DT post, Judy! I love how you stamped the sentiment in different colors on your first card! Such a fun idea to ‘highlight’ the last one, and of course adding sparkle is so fun! Your 2nd card is so pretty! I love how you grouped the elements and combined the sentiments on this card…Love your CAS design, too!

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