Gift of Hope

Happy Easter weekend!! I love Easter. It’s a time to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus and there is a beautiful stamp set in the Mini Catalog that is perfect for Easter. It’s called The Gift of Hope. I’ve made a card, but scroll to the end to see a new idea of how to use your stamps.

Do you Bible Journal? My idea of journaling is mostly writing because I’m not an artisthowever, theGift of Hope set gave me the idea to use stamps as a form of Bible Art Journaling. I hope you give it a try.

Do you Bible Journal? A friend gifted me a Journaling Bible. I write in it a lot, but I’ve seen such beautiful artwork in Bible Journaling that I wanted to give it a try. One picture in this particual Bible inspired me to use stamps. Most inks bleed through the Bible papers and I’m thrilled to a give you a simple solution.

A friend gifted me a Journaling Bible. It has a mix of empty side margins to write in and several images to color. This side picture gave me the idea to use my Stampin’ Up! products for journaling, but I knew that the ink would bleed throught the pages. here’s how I fixed that problem.

I cut a strip of Adhesive Sheet {sticker paper) that was big enough to cover the picture. Then I decorated it. Ufortunately, the stamp set that the cross came from is retired, but Gift of Hope is still available. Also, don’t overlook our fantastic Paper Pumpkin Kits. The March kit came with bonus stencils. I used the sunburst and ground stencil

This is what it looks like in the Bible. I love the idea of using stamps to Bible Journal and the Adhesive Sheets make it easy to do.

Gift of Hope
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