Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Such a sweet little girl!


Hello friends!  I hope your week is going well!

Today I am sharing one of the first cards I made with this month's sweet release at Our Daily Bread designs.  This card is stamped with stamps from the Precious Girl set. The sweet little girl is stamped with Memento ink and colored with Copics, and then cut out.   I used the ODBD custom Recipe Card & Tags Die to cut the tag sentiment. The top die is Spellbinders A2 Bracket Borders.  The window die is ODBD Custom Cathedral Window die.  Behind the window I embossed a sheet of vellum with a diamonds ef, and then spritzed the back side with a couple soft colors of Copics.  The embossing folder for my background is Craft Well.

I used soft fibers almost like cotton balls for her to "kneel on".  



The cute Precious Boy and Precious Girl sets this month remind me of some pictures  of our grandkids when they were little.  Forgive the glare on the photo as with the glass in there I can't seem to get rid of it, but thought I'd share anyway.


Where did time go?  This angelic  little boy now has his learners permit and is driving!  Our sweet little girl is now 12 and almost as tall as her grandma!  I still love looking at their baby pictures though!  Children just tug at our heartstrings, don't they?  This month's sets touch my heart that same way.  I hope you are enjoying them as well!

I am entering this in this week's Shining the Light Challenge over at ODBD .  The challenge is to use a prayer, blessing or encouraging Scripture. 

19 comments:

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Carla S. said...

Gorgeous card, Grace! I love all the shine and texture! Precious image! Your grandkids are adorable! Hugs!

JoAnn said...

Your card is gorgeous. Love the new Precious Girl and Boy images.
Adorable grandchildren also. TFS

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Mary Ann said...

Beautiful card!Beautiful pictures!

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MaxineD said...

What a beautiful card Grace - love the muted colours and the embossing.
Blessings
Maxine

Conniecrafter said...

so sweet, just love your embossed vellum for the window panes, sweet pics of your grandkids too, yes time goes by way to quickly doesn't it, just like this year is half over and it seems like it just started!

Cards By Jan said...

Wow Grace...what a pair of cute grandkids!!...

Your card is GASP...so sweet, beautiful and AWESOME, love how you used the window, so beautifully coloured...all of it, I LOVE it...
Hugs

Riet said...

What a beautiful card.

Hugs Riet.xx

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Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Your card is gorgeous Grace!! I just love the window with the blue behind it and your gorgeously colored image!! Stunning my friend!! Lauren and Nathan's pictures are adorable!!

Thanks for supporting the ODBD challenge. I am blessed with such a special friend!!

hugs,
Chris

Jan Marie said...

This is just beautiful, Grace! Love the sweet image and your gorgeous stained class and church walls. . .superb! Hugs and blessings! Jan Marie