Thursday, July 7, 2011

Fun on Friday Challenge - Stamped Acrylic Block background

Today I am hosting the Fun on Friday at Christian Paper Crafts.  Following is my post!

And do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, so that you may prove what the will of God is, that which is good and acceptable and perfect. Romans 12:2

Today's Fun On Friday Challenge is to make a card, scrapbook page, altered item what ever you would like, but use an acrylick block or wood block to stamp a background image. If you are unsure of how to do this, here is a tutorial that may help you get started.

Now as you work on this project and you transform that stamp blocked background into a beautiful card or scrapbook page, think about how we are not to conform to this world, but how we can be transformed by the renewing of our mind as we daily look into God's Word.

Here is what I came up with!


Isn't this so clean and simple!  It is a one layer card and by stamping the focal of the background with the size E block from stampin up, it gave it a layered look.

Here is a side view!


I also decorated the inside because I did make this card specific for someone!


So now it is your turn!  Get busy and let your imagination soar. I can't wait to see what you come up with!

When uploading to our galleries at Christian Paper Crafts, please use keyword FOF113 (no commas) and when uploading to other online galleries or your blog, please use keyword CPC-FOF113.

Also don't forget to link your project to the bottom of the Fun on Friday Post at our Christian Paper Crafts Creative Blog!

Stampin' Up! Items used!
Stamp Set:Vintage Vogue, God's Blessings
Card Stock: Naturals White, (inside) Perfect Plum
Ink: Wisteria Wonder, Perfect Plum, Concord Crush, Lucky Limeade
Embellishments: Clear Mount Block E, Pearls
Technique: Stamped Acrylic Block Background

ODBD Stamp Set: Scripture Collection 5
Thanks for looking and hope you have a wonderful Friday!

2 comments:

Shore Girl said...

Love your card and inspired by your "new to me" technique of stamping your acrylic block. I'll have to try that soon!

GCgirl said...

Beautiful, inside and out!