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Hallelujah

by on April 20, 2014 » Add more comments.

Easter Card Making Ideas by Becca Feeken using Spellbinders Divine Eloquence and Labels Twenty Eight
Happy Easter sweet friends. Blessing go out to you and yours as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. He is risen!
I pulled together a small quick card that celebrates with a simple Hallelujah. I hope you are celebrating surrounded by friends and family!

Easter Card Making Ideas by Becca Feeken using Spellbinders Divine Eloquence and Labels Twenty Eight (close up)

For many of you who have followed me for years, today is John’s birthday.  It carries a different significance for me than the days when it was tangled with the pain of grief.  Yes, there is still grief but I smile and feel warm inside as I think of him today.  He’s been on my mind much lately as I can now open his notes, his wallet, his calendar and other things that have been set aside for years – they were like Kryptonite to me.   This week I read special notes he made on my birthday and our anniversary, thoughts flood in.  I’m not gifted in florals at all, but I created a beautiful arrangement for him earlier this week.  As Easter arrives I’m reminded, joyfully, that life is more powerful than death.

CRAFT SUPPLIES I USED 
Rubber Stamps: Stampabilities - Lords Prayer, Hallelujah
Craft Paper: Neenah Classic Crest – Natural White – 80 lb
Ink: Fresh Ink – Steel Blue
Accessories: Spellbinders Labels Twenty Eight, Spellbinders Divine Eloquence, 5×7 Heirloom Legacy, May Arts Silk Ribbon, Recollections Flower, The Paper Studio Pearls, Grand Calibur Die Cut Machine

May joy and hope be yours today!  Bless you!!

Find more like this: *5 x 7 Heirloom Legacy, *A2 Divine Eloquence, *Labels (28) Twenty Eight, -Easter, :Blue, :Cream, Stamping, |Clean & Simple

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The Magic of A Smile

by on April 17, 2014 » Add more comments.

Card Making Ideas by Becca Feeken using Quietfire Design and Spellbimders Majestic Labels One
Hiya Friends!  Jumping in to share a card after being MIA for a bit.  April is passing so quickly but since the last time I was here, the flu bug, spring fever, cleaning (everything), conquering clutter and some home renovations we’re all vying for my attention.  I surrender – with the exception of the flu bug I had, I loved the change of pace and have a couple of ‘wins’ to my credit.   I’m sharing a card today using a sweet sentiment from Quietfire Design called A Smile That You Send Out  I used Spellbinders Antique Corner to create filigree accents on two corners of my card.  Then I threaded some satin ribbon on the diagonal and embellished it with a bow then nestled Spellbinders Majestic Labels One in the center.   A couple of pearls to finish it all off!WRBF-4253-2014

Card Dimensions: 6″ x 6″

CRAFT SUPPLIES I USED 
Rubber StampsQuietfire Design - A Smile That You Send Out
Craft Paper: Neenah Classic Crest – Natural White – 80 lb, PaperTrey Ink
Ink: Versafine Onyx Black
Accessories: Spellbinders Antique CornerSpellbinders Majestic Labels One, Source Satin Ribbon – Gold, Clear Embossing Powder, Spare Parts Brad, The Paper Studio Pearls, Grand Calibur Die Cut Machine

Loving every second I get to spend outdoors right now!  I hope you are savoring spring too!

Find more like this: *D-ite - Antique Corner, -Anytime Cards, :Cream, :Peach, Quietfire Design, Stamping, |Elegant

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DIY Earring Holder Tutorial

by on April 7, 2014 » Add more comments.

DIY Earring Holder Project by Becca Feeken using Spellbinders Heirloom Legacy
Hi there sweet friends!  Thank you for requesting a tutorial on the earring holder I shared on March 30th, I’m happy to oblige!!
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I love DIY and after doing this project I’m reminded not to be so stubborn in getting out my tools to make a great gift.  I have to ‘make’ myself paint things, but once done I realize it’s no more involved than coloring seam binding.  Yes, my friends and family love getting cards and such, but to change up and give them a decorative gift or even better – a functional gift – well, that’s a welcome change.  This is an easy project – no great mechanical skills are necessary or I would not have been able to do it either :-) Let’s get started!   (By the way, if you want to pin the tutorial in it’s entirety, that pin is HERE).
DIY Earring Holder Tutorial by Becca Feeken using Spellbinders 5x7 Heirloom Legacy

DIY Earring Holder Step 1SMBF-4234-2014

DIY Earring Holder Step 2SMBF-4235-2014
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DIY Earring Holder Step 4SMBF-4237-2014

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DIY Earring Holder Step 7SMBF-4241-2014

SUPPLIES
Supplies:  S6-010 5 x 7 Heirloom LegacySpellbinders Premium Craft Foils – Precious MetalsGC-001 Grand Calibur Die Cutting and Embossing MachineUnfinished Frames – Hobby Lobby, Artistic Appliques, Alunimum Screen, Krylon Short Cuts – Gold Paint, Krylon Short Cuts – Flat White Paint, Mr and Mrs. Tulle Flowers, Sewology – Pearl Button, The Paper Studio – Pearls,  Ranger Inkssentials Glossy Accents, Tim Holtz idea-ology Foundations Box Feet, May Arts Silk Ribbon, Scor-Tape   

Thanks so much for stopping by!  Be crafty!

Find more like this: *5 x 7 Heirloom Legacy, -3D Projects, -Gifts, Stamping, |Vintage

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