Join us for a new challenge over at Perfectly Rustics! This fortnight, the challenge is to include the word “remember” or “remembrance” on your project (http://perfectlyrustics.com/2015/04/06/prdc-no-45-remember/).
The inspirational stamp I used that includes the word “remember” is called “Always Remember” by Woodware Craft Collection – Clear Magic Singles. I think it is a fantastic message for someone who is going through a tough time or dealing with a loss.
(I believe it is actually a quote from the movie “Pooh’s Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin” based on A. A. Milne’s stories of Winnie the Pooh where Christopher Robin says to Winnie the Pooh, “If ever there is tomorrow when we’re not together… there is something you must always remember. You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think….”)
The sentiment was stamped with Gina K warm cocoa ink on Paper Pizazz Tan Floral Tapestry paper and cut with a Spellbinders die from the Labels Eight set. This paper was also used for the background and to make the flower. I created the flower with the Heartfelt Creations (Spellbinders) Sunkissed Fleur die and the Sunkissed Fleur Precut Set stamp. The image details were stamped with warm cocoa ink on the patterned paper and then covered with Viva Decor copper 3D Stamp Paint. The center of the flower was made with an Epiphany Crafts Shape Studio tool which I describe in my Potted Plant card post. (This is one of the flowers I originally made for that card!) The leaf flourish was cut with a die from the Heartfelt Creations (Spellbinders) Flower Pot set. In addition to the patterned paper by Paper Pizazz, I also used Gina K dusty sage, Core-dinations valentia, and Melissa Frances first class mail. All of the edges were sponged with the Gina K warm cocoa ink.
Now it’s your turn! Create a project that includes the word “remember” or “remembrance” and enter it in the Perfectly Rustics “Remember” challenge. I can’t wait to see your creation!
Thanks for checking out my card project!
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