I’ve shown something similar before – a little faux hand lettering using markers and a brush! I doodled my flowers but you can also stamp them with flowers from another set you already have. (The promised collection of more word stamps isn’t here – I saw in 2021 most of that’s not available, but lots more are. Just look around! 🙂
Watch the video below or click HERE to see it in HD on YouTube.
I chose “praying for big” by using 3 little stamps from the set together – lining them up in the MISTI.
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Wow… I’m just amazed at this beautiful card! I’m humbled to watch your creative process, enjoying each & every detail. Thank you so much for sharing, & I too wish for a blessed year!
Great video, beautiful card, awesome start to 2017, thank you!
What is the MISTI?
I love your video Sandy, or should I say, I Love ALL of your videos! I really learn a lot. Thank you 🙂
Wow!!! Looks so easy to do, but comes out amazing and I know I couldn’t pull it off.
Great versatile technique! Way to think outside the box! I love that this can be done with so many different stamps.
Fantastic! Thanks for the tips.
This is just beautiful! I love the technique, and can’t wait to give it a try, and…I’m pretty sure I ‘need’ that stamp set! Thank you, Sandy! Wishing you all of God’s many blessings for this wonderful new year!
Thanks for the video Sandy!! I’m amazed at how you keep discovering new techniques!
Thanks for the great video, and wishing many Blessings for you this year.
Love the CAS look of this card and the colors you used. Blessings to you, Sandy, in 2017. TFS
This is lovely, Sandy! It will be a blessing to have a whole new year of inspiration from you! Huge hugs! ♡
Sandy, I love the simplicity and I have to try this 🙂