light of the world and a Minion

Hello friends! Welcome to the Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamps October Release and Blog Hop!

Today Sweet ‘n Sassy has some great new sets available to get you started on your holiday and winter card making!  I have 2 cards to share…the first one uses two new sets called Name Above All Names and Winter Blessings.

light of the world diane zechman

I was inspired to make this by my friend Diane H. who made a very similar one at our stamping event last weekend.  The Winter Blessings set has a huge, beautiful background image that I stamped a portion of with white craft ink onto navy paper.  It has a pretty snowflake and flourish design.  The candle and sentiment are from the Name Above All Names set.  The wainscoting was simply scored.

light of the world close diane zechman

And just for fun…when I saw the images in the Grunge Elements 2 set, I saw a Minion!  😉  The sentiment is from Birthday Word Art.

snss minion diane zechman

To see more samples made by the Design Divas using the new stamp sets from the October Release, hop on over to the Sweet ‘n Sassy Blog! Don’t forget to leave a little love on each blog as you hop along.  Then head on over to the Sweet ‘n Sassy Stamps Store to pick up your favorite stamp sets from the release!

Thanks for popping in!  Have a great weekend!

stamps- Sweet ‘n Sassy- Name Above All Names, Winter Blessings; paper- white, navy, SU! Always Artichoke and Paisley Petals dsp; ink- SU! Craft White, Memento Tuxedo Black, Versafine Black; accessories- Copics, Scor-Pal, QuicKutz Window, Clear Wink of Stella, adhesive pearls.

Minion card- stamps- Sweet ‘n Sassy- Grunge Elements 2 and Birthday Word Art; paper- black, white, SU! Daffodil Delight and Marina Mist; ink- Memento Tuxedo Black; accessories- 3/4″ and 1″ circle punches, corner rounder.

2 responses to “light of the world and a Minion

  1. I wouldn’t think of a minion when seeing the grunge elements but he looks amazing 😉 Great designs!

  2. Wonderful cards Diane. Love the window with the candle image. What a perfect ‘scene’… and oh, the minion! So creative!

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