ere’s a card I made recently attempting to use several new things I added to my stash. Working with Bazzill papers, I folded the purple paper and layered on top pink paper and a polka dotted panel from Nana’s Kids. From Nestabilities I cut a purple scallop and white circle. Stamped with one of my favorite old Penny Black stamps and colored with Copics. Then, punched the scalloped border from vellum paper and added the sentiment from For Giving Souls All Night Media with purple embossing power and secured with two pick brads. Lastly I tied on the pink grosgrain ribbon. I think I’m getting the knack of those Copics. I’m finding out at each sitting that there are so many ways to use them and hoping over time, that I’ll become better with them. Oh, and I sure am finding out that you don’t really know what colors you need until you sit down to work with them and reach for a shade that you don’t have. Yeah, you can do some blending and pulling off of color and mixing but you really do get a good feel if a color you want is missing. Supplies: Stamps: Penny Black, For Giving Souls – All Night Media Paper: Nana’s Kids, Bazzill Other: Embossing power, brads, vellum, ribbon, Nestabilities, copics

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  • Kay McBrideFebruary 19, 2008 - 8:40 pm

    wish i had some copics!!
    kayReplyCancel

  • marion bergsmaMarch 4, 2009 - 12:03 pm

    wow very nice …I have bought the old stamps of Penny Black this week.
    I have collecty of Angels…
    cards, stamps and evrything were Angels are on..and also sculptores….
    you are making many nice cards …hug marionReplyCancel

  • Betty GravelyMarch 15, 2009 - 1:35 pm

    I just love your cards. Your videos make things look so easy.

    I would like to ask you and your viewers a question. Once before I got so involved with card-making, I saw a symathy card made with white paper, using an oblong or square plain spellbinder in the center, also using the score pal on the top or bottom. It had “With Symathy” in the center. Plus one of the had a single flower with stem on it.

    I have spent hours and days looking for this card, and I know if anyone can help me it would be you and your team. Thanks and God Bless You…..Betty (Becky)ReplyCancel

Scenic Poppy I’ve had this Stampendous stamp on my desk for a while, trying to think of how I would color it. Out with the Copics, they’re sooooo fun. This time around I colored the poppies and scribbled a darker shade on an acetate sheet. I then lifted the darker shade off of the acetate sheet with the same color copic as I base coated the poppies with and it gives a subtle shading on the poppies. I’m still learning with the copics but try to use them every chance I get. I used aquapainters to color the sky, barn and land. The frames are accomplished with rectangle Nestabilities then airbrushed with two copic markers to mirror the green grass and the blue skyline. Layered with teal and rose cardstock cut with scallop scissors and anchored on a rose folded card, topped off with a Stampendous sentiment, embossed with white powder. The inspiration for this card was a Limited Supplies Challenge on Splitcoaststampers to use leftovers on my desk. Thankfully for me, this day my desk was filled, so I had tons to choose from. Supplies: Stamps: Stampendous Paper: White Fabriano watercolor paper, teal and rose Colormates Ink: Black Brilliance, SU Really Rust, SU Ruby Red, SU Bashful Blue Copics: RV11, G21, G24, E31, E33

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  • […] The frame treatment is much like a design I did back in February that you can see here.   There are already so many options with the Nestibilities that are available right […]ReplyCancel

  • JanineJuly 12, 2008 - 11:16 am

    This is beautiful… I love those images from Stampendous.. They are so fun to watercolor…ReplyCancel

Do you like it? For some reason when I was trying to think up a name for my blog, this name came back to me time and time again. Amazing Grace is one of my favorite hymns and runs through my head astonishingly often. Layer on that the fact that my Grandmothers name was Amaza – soooo unique. Then recently I saw the movie, Amazing Grace, not knowing anything of what it was about. Let me tell you, if you have not seen it — you should — it’s a great movie. But more so I think the name means something to me because the past year of my life has been so very difficult. The grave sickness of a loved one has brought everything in my life into scrutiny. My faith has strengthened and grown beyond measure. Somewhere in the hustle of sickness and service, I began to lose myself – this is where crafts and stamping come in. It’s just a little piece of me that I want to save. After prayer, taking care of my husband and taking care of my family – this is what I need to do for me….to keep my head above the water. I’ve been a stamper for more than ten years, and I was basically a crafter at birth. All during my working years, I collected and collected and collected, always too busy to use the things I had purchased. My vow for this year is to use and enjoy the things that I have. LOL, that doesn’t mean that I shouldn’t get more but I want to use and savor the things that are right here under my nose. My hope is that this blog will help me be productive, inspire me to create, keep my hands busy so that I don’t stress over the things I can’t change and help me find ways to give everyday. My journey to being right here, right now, typing this first post is no mistake. Even it it’s just for me and no one in the world sees this…..it is a blessing.

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  • Kay McBrideFebruary 19, 2008 - 8:38 pm

    well, I think the name is great and fits perfect. I will enjoy reading your blog and getting ideas from you. you have always been an inspiration to me. keep up the good work.
    love ya,
    kayReplyCancel

  • Debra BarkerMarch 24, 2008 - 1:44 pm

    You have done it again. This is all I can say. I am so glad to see you
    crafting more.

    Love DebraReplyCancel

  • Debbie OlsonApril 5, 2008 - 1:05 am

    Becca, I hadn’t seen this post before; you’re a blessing–you know that? I’m so glad that you’re blogging!ReplyCancel

  • JoniJuly 3, 2008 - 4:04 pm

    Hi Becca,

    I was just pointed to your web. I, too, love Amazing Grace and am wondering which Amazing Grace movie you are referring to. I serached on Netflix and came up with several.ReplyCancel

  • dorisJuly 5, 2008 - 3:36 pm

    the name of the blog is just perfect, I love it and often visit your page, thanks for the inspiration, motivation etc, I’m just a begginer and have to learn much but I hope one day I will create such beautiful cards like you:)ReplyCancel

  • Kelley HollandJuly 11, 2008 - 11:11 pm

    I absolutely love your cards and your blog!!! You sure have a God given talent!!ReplyCancel

  • Eileen BartschJuly 25, 2008 - 3:58 pm

    Could you send me your email plse, have a question for you. Thanks Becca.ReplyCancel

  • ErnieJuly 26, 2008 - 8:24 am

    I love your cards-so much detail and so elegant. You are so talented.

    Ernie <:)ReplyCancel

  • LisaJuly 28, 2008 - 6:50 pm

    I love your site. I only just “discovered” you today, but will definitely add you to my blog roll.
    I don’t know the particulars of your situation, but I have found crafting to be so therapeutic, and sending them to others can be a ministry in itself.
    May Godbless you!
    LisaReplyCancel

  • Merrily SchulzJuly 28, 2008 - 7:00 pm

    I just got led to your website and can’t tell you how glad that I am here. You really inspire us and give us sooo many ideas with the cuttle bug. We have ordeered alot of the new folders and now can’t wait to get them. You have made the field so large and there are so many uses that we never thought about. Thank you so much for that and all you do. You are turely blessed. Thank you ,MerrilyReplyCancel

  • Virginia AndersonJuly 31, 2008 - 9:48 am

    To think you started your blog in February of this year…..You are doing a super job. Hope the stresses are less and your loved ones are doing well. Stamping also got me through difficult times while caring for sick loved ones. It is such a portable craft. I was able to make many stamped items on the hospital window ledge. The view out the window also gave me encouragement during difficult times of waiting and staying near-by.
    Blessings, Becca.
    VA in AZReplyCancel

  • Pam NiblettAugust 2, 2008 - 3:17 pm

    hi becca your cards are truly beautiful – thank you for sharing the pictures of them with us
    hugs
    pamReplyCancel

  • KazzAugust 3, 2008 - 6:10 am

    wow Becca, you have a wonderful faith in a wonderful God and he has blessed you with a wonderful talent. The best thing is that you are using that wonderful talent to declare our wonderful God to the world even through times of hardship and trial.

    God bless you Becca and keep you strong and full of joy that can only come from Him.ReplyCancel

  • ShariSeptember 16, 2008 - 2:53 pm

    Becca,

    I have been an admirer of your work for some time and have come to this blog and never read your reason for blogging. I just watched the video to create a circle with border punches and I’m so glad I did. My comment really has nothing to do with your stamping, but one of the statements you made.

    “After prayer, taking care of my husband and taking care of my family – this is what I need to do for me…”

    This so impressed me. The Lord has laid down His desire for us and you have it so very correct. Your husband and children surely call you blessed. Thank you for sharing a part of yourself and for blessing my life with yours.ReplyCancel

  • Tina GSeptember 18, 2008 - 8:54 am

    Becca…

    I LOVE your blog!! Not to mention your projects! Such beautiful work from a truly beautiful person. God HAS blessed you AND us with you. Keep up the great work and we also be will “amazed” by all that you share. Hugs!

    Tina GReplyCancel

  • TerriOctober 7, 2008 - 3:54 pm

    Becca,

    You know how ever so often God sends just what you need, just when you need it? Well, I thank the Lord you letting me find your blog. This has been a difficult year in my life too. My mother was diagnosed with cancer right before Christmas last year and two months later my youngest son’s wife announced that she didn’t want to be married anymore (when their newborn daughter was only 3 months old). It has consumed so much of my time, that I find very little time for myself or my husband. I stopped crafting for about 8 months but thank you for your blog because I think the Lord has used it to let me know that it is OK for me to have some Me-Time without feeling so much guilt. Thank you so much!! Your projects are so beautiful and thank you also for teaching me new techniques! You have truly blessed my life.

    A sister in Christ,

    Terri in MissouriReplyCancel

  • NancyruthOctober 10, 2008 - 3:07 pm

    Oh how did I get so lucky to stumble upon this wonderful blog of yours? What an outstanding srtist you are, and I get the sense that you are also a wonderful person! Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful and magical creations with me, you are a true inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • AngelOctober 16, 2008 - 1:55 pm

    Okay, Becca, I am trying to find your email address and can’t, so I am going to comment here and hope that you will email me. :-)
    I am about to buy a couple of Cuttlebug folders and wanted your EXPERT opinion. What do you think of Floral Screen. And the Spider Web one… do you have that?
    Hugs!ReplyCancel

  • anitaOctober 20, 2008 - 5:19 pm

    Becca, Anyone can truly see that you are gifted. When I look at
    your cards I am amazed. You are an inspiration. Thanks for caring
    and sharing. Be Blesed.
    Continue to keep Christ first.ReplyCancel

  • Jean FitchOctober 22, 2008 - 4:17 am

    Dear Becca,

    May your road be shared with friends, laughter lighten your load and your heart be joyful even in the dark and tired times.

    As I used to tell my husbands doctor – come the end of the world there will be time enough to sleep!

    It sounds like you have learned to bend with the winds and gather strength from God who shelters us more than we know.

    Crafts of one kind or another have carried me through many kinds of need. And I learned a long time ago in Hospice that it is never selfish for caregivers to take time to recharge their “giving” batteries and openess of heart leads to openess of spirit.

    My prayers are with you and all who you love. – Jean

    Blessed be the name of the Lord and…
    Blessed be the sisterhood of the traveling stamps!
    Creativity is after all, a sure sign that the God who created the world also Created Us.ReplyCancel

  • Sharyn DavisNovember 3, 2008 - 9:04 pm

    Yes, its true, you are Amazing!
    Your story made me smile and I think I know you, not because we’ve personally met, but because I “understand” where you are in your life. Me too.
    And for buying, and buying and buying some more. What’s up with that? I wish someone would study us to figure it out. We also love to straighten out our space and orgainize it ……….again and again, right?
    Glad to have found a place to rest awhile. thanks!
    sharynReplyCancel

  • Mary DinucciNovember 20, 2008 - 9:35 am

    Hi Becca. Glad to meet you through your blog!
    I just read the comments to your blog, and have decided I want to know you better! Your work is beautiful, and I often need inspiration to create my own.
    One of the comments spoke of a video showing how to create a circle using border punches. I will be checking that out!
    Blessings,
    A sister in Christ,
    MaryReplyCancel

  • CherylNovember 24, 2008 - 8:38 pm

    I wish we lived near each other. I know you would be a great friend.ReplyCancel

  • GlendaNovember 28, 2008 - 8:39 am

    Hi Becca, I was looking for things to make for Christmas and i found your Blog. Your work is so beautiful. Your site has been very helpful, and has given me alot of inspitation.
    Thank you for sharing your beautiful work.ReplyCancel

  • JenniferDecember 17, 2008 - 10:21 am

    Thank you for being you, Becca. May God bless you and keep you.

    Jennifer L.ReplyCancel

  • Sue MorganDecember 21, 2008 - 10:09 pm

    Becca,
    I absolutely love your cards. You are very inspiring. You are one of the first sites I visit every day. I love how you describe yourself…a child of God. Amen, me too. Have a blessed Christmas holiday with all your family. I continue to look forward to your creative designs.ReplyCancel

  • Gwen HurstDecember 22, 2008 - 3:11 am

    Hi Becca,

    I thank God for your Daily Blessings. You are so giving and sharing. I have visited your site on a daily basis. I look at some cards over and over again just because your work is so creative and amazing. May the Lord continue to bless you with new ideas to bless us with. I really consider your gift as a gift to us all. Your work is so beautiful until I still can’t decide on a favorite. Your cards always come a time when I need that lifting up.

    I pray that this Holiday Season will be a gracious one and that God will strengthen you.

    God Bless You, Becca.ReplyCancel

  • Marisa (whiterockmama)December 22, 2008 - 3:31 pm

    I just read this and I too love Amazing Grace. It brings me to tears almost every time I sing it as I know where I would be without God’s grace in my life!! Thanks for sharing your wonderful creations and taking the time to blog. I love your work and am glad it is an outlet for you to have some “me time” as we all benefit from it :) Have a blessed Christmas celebrating the birth of Christ and may 2009 be a year in which you experience a deeper level of his grace, love, joy and faithfulness. Blessings :)ReplyCancel

  • patriciaDecember 30, 2008 - 10:20 pm

    What ever the mystery was that brought you here..I’m glad it did..
    Oh sweet mystery of life at last I found you…those words from a song..say it so well…
    The great mystery in all of us..
    patriciaReplyCancel

  • Anne (UK - across the pond!)January 10, 2009 - 6:03 am

    Amazing, inspiring and what a witness!

    So glad the Spellbinders Sneak Peek brought me here.

    May God bless you in the year ahead.ReplyCancel

  • DEB ROBINSONJanuary 15, 2009 - 4:52 pm

    Love the Name Amazing Grace – because His grace is so Amazing and sufficient. Stumbleld on to your page and your work is so BEAUTIFUL – God’s Beauty and Creativity showing through your work. I will be checking this site often for inspiration. I have loads of “stuff” no time to use it and not as creative, but one day I hope to be able to produce cards like yours.ReplyCancel

  • Shirley (Sweden)January 20, 2009 - 2:40 am

    The blog is just perfect, I love it and often visit your page. Your site has been very helpful, and has given me alot of inspitation.Thank you for sharing your beautiful work.
    Love from Sweden
    ShirleyReplyCancel

  • SallyJanuary 29, 2009 - 2:23 pm

    Your testimony is awesome and God makes no mistakes. God’s Grace is so AMAZING. He knows our needs and will supply our needs.
    Keep up the good work. You are reaching so many people.ReplyCancel

  • Janet CastleFebruary 3, 2009 - 12:29 pm

    Amazing Grace…how sweet the sound…I once was lost, but now am found! Sweet, sweet words. God has created beauty all around us and we often overlook and bypass that beauty. Thank you Becca for making us stop and enjoy your God given talent!!! I look forward to seeing those words “Amazing Grace” on my computer screen almost every day…not only to see your creative work, but a reminder that I am saved by grace through faith in Jesus Christ…and need to also share the gift He has given me.
    Jan CastleReplyCancel

  • MaryFebruary 7, 2009 - 8:09 pm

    Hello,

    After reading your entire blog, I see that our crafting paths are very similar. I too have been collecting for years and years. Whenever I’d purchase something, I’d say if I don’t use it now, I will when I retire. I retired in December and I am now beginning to use the embarassing amount of collected treasure. I’ve told myself I will not purchase another item until all have been used. I know that’s not going to happen, but happily, I am using many of the things I already have.

    I want to thank you for inspiring me. Your blog is one I look for every day and I can’t wait to see what you’ve created. You are such a talent and I thank you for being out there in cybespace….Keep up the great work and know your work is loved by many.ReplyCancel

  • Lisa WFebruary 16, 2009 - 2:13 pm

    I stumbled on your blog through another and am I glad I did. I just read your reason for “blogging” and you moved me to comment. I think that the Lord moves us, blesses us, and makes things happen for reasons we cannot comprehend – but they are all for His reason. May God continue to bless you and may you continue to bless all of us blog followers with your outstanding work – HE and we love you! God speed…ReplyCancel

  • CynthiaMarch 2, 2009 - 7:23 pm

    Wow! I read your blog everyday and it is even on my toolbar. I cannot say how much love I feel in what you do. It is always first class and a gift to everyone.
    An even greater gift is your faith. Times are so hard now and we all must find God and depend on Him as you have done through your hardships. You teach us that even with great problems God gives us grace and happiness in using our talent for others.
    I never met you.. sweet lady ..but I know I love you for you are a sister in Christ as well as crafts and that one fine day we will spend eternity together
    Blessings Always,
    CinnieReplyCancel

  • Carol FroehlichMarch 8, 2009 - 6:34 pm

    Becca,

    It is when we are on our knees in prayer that our light shines more brightly. It is often when Christians suffer that we become more intimate with our Lord because He loves when we trust and depend on Him. I am sorry for all the pain that you went through, but am grateful to know that a Sister Friend in Christ was strengthened through surrender to the Lord.
    Praise God for His mercy and grace.

    Thank You for sharing your talent with the world. What a BLESSING you have been to everyone who follows your blog.

    Peace in Christ,
    CarolReplyCancel

  • Carol WestMarch 27, 2009 - 9:46 pm

    Why I haven’t clicked on this link before is beyond me because I try to read everything on your blog. It is through God’s Amazing Grace that I found your website. Last year was the worse year of my life, but through it all I found our Savior again and restored my faith. My husband was diagnosed with inoperable and incurable cancer due to Agent Orange and given less than a year to live, our basement flooded, I broke my leg and ankle 2 days before he was scheduled for surgery after his radiation treatments, my aunt that lived with us passed away, and it just goes on and on. If it hadn’t been for a friend introducing me to scrap-booking and card making I have no idea how I would have kept my sanity. Your blog was one of the first I found and I am so thankful for the inspiration, the confirmation of faith, and the beautiful work that you do. Thanks be to God that my husband is still with us and doing better for now. May God Bless you and your family, know that you are loved for who you are, and for what you share and give to others.ReplyCancel

  • Sylvia AnadonApril 24, 2009 - 12:55 pm

    WOW! You wrote that on Feb. 19, 2008… Who could have dreamed that so many people would be blessed by your blog? This just goes to show that we should always follow Gods calling. I’ve just recently found your blog and I’ve followed you ever since. Your words and cards continue to bless my life and I’m sure that you bless MANY others. Thank you for staying here. :)
    SylviaReplyCancel

  • Linda BandowMay 15, 2009 - 5:09 pm

    Don’t know why I never clicked on this before….I come to be amzaed and inspired nearly every day…Amazing Grace is a perfect title. I too am one of those who would laugh about my craft stash and say….just as soon as I retire…..Well, 65 was 5 years ago and still have not managed it. I have cut back on the little that I did due to financial constraints (the story of our lives, huh? ) but am renewed in my determination to take some creative time for myself. Thanks you, as always, for sharing your work!ReplyCancel

  • Ms. DonnaMay 20, 2009 - 7:13 am

    I truly like the name. I am a crafter, but not so much a scrapbooker, greeting card maker, stamper. Although I have all the tools to create a lot of the latter, I can’t seem to get inspired to make anything. I look at the blogs, the websites with the beautiful greeting cards at cricut.com and wonder, how they come up with so many ideas. I have a Cricut Expression, paper, two cartridges, (maybe that’s it, I need more cartridges) and I really want the Cricut Design Studio and Sure Cuts a Lot software programs, but can’t afford them. I started out with floral arrangements, then jewelry making and now I have scrapbooking. I think I put toooooo much thought into making things and that’s why I get so discouraged. I need to wait for the inspiration from God to make the cards. Like I do with floral arrangements, He picks the flowers, the containers, how they are placed and what scripture verses to incorporate in them.ReplyCancel

  • Cathy MathisMay 21, 2009 - 9:34 pm

    Becca, the song Amazing Grace was my oldest son favorite song. He moved home to be with God when he was eight. I think that is why I like your blog so much. I wish you peace and grace to make it through all of the hard times and God’s love to sustain you. You are a blessing to me. I love to check in on your blog everyday.

    CathyReplyCancel

  • Cyndy DJune 25, 2009 - 7:15 pm

    What a blessing it is to find your site and blog. I know God directed me here tonight. You are a great artist and I love your ideas.
    Thank you so much for taking your time to create such masterpieces and allowing us to get to know you.
    CyndyReplyCancel

  • BeckyJuly 7, 2009 - 8:47 am

    Becca,

    I too have had a rough two years, loss of my son in April, my husband

    has Parkinson’s, but like you I have many things purchased through

    the years and now I would love to get started. I love scrapbooking

    and stamping cards. I guess as time passes I will be able to get back

    to it. Thank you for your inspiration. They are all beautiful. BeckyReplyCancel

  • JudyJuly 27, 2009 - 7:06 am

    I just love your cards. I get such joy and pleasure looking at them. You are truly a child of God.ReplyCancel

  • LindaAugust 1, 2009 - 9:54 pm

    Hi Becca
    I think I found some cards of yours on Splitcoaststampers and the rest is history. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your website. I can’t wait to visit your page and see what you have come up with. I just ordered the Floral Accents from Spellbinders so I can make a card like your’s. Soooo beautiful. Your talent and inspiration makes my day.
    I am not good at leaving feedback on any sites unless I have a question so this is my first one to you. I hope that doesn’t penalize me from winning.
    Anyway keep up the GREAT work & inspiration for all of us out here.
    Thank you!ReplyCancel

  • Gloria WestermanAugust 28, 2009 - 9:59 pm

    Hello Becca

    You are truly bless!! God has truly given you a gift and now you are sharing it with us and I Thank You very much.

    I just started making cards and have found peace and joy. Which I think you understand. I have suffer with depression for years and thought I had loss my peace and joy. But card making brings it back.
    I only hope that my level will someday be just as equal has yours.

    With your work I hope to achieve such greatness!
    Thank You again for sharing us your excellent works.ReplyCancel

  • HildaSeptember 4, 2009 - 11:14 pm

    Hi Becca.
    Like so many I somehow came to your website at a low moment in my life.
    Now I have something beautiful to look forward to every day.
    Thank you for your creations and God bless you
    HildaReplyCancel

  • SherianOctober 13, 2009 - 1:23 pm

    I tend to lose myself between work, church, family and taking care of everyone else. I too need the solace that rubberstamping and crafting bring. God always knows what we need!ReplyCancel

  • JuliaOctober 14, 2009 - 7:27 am

    Becca you are brilliant,marvelous,awesome,amazing and a blessed crafter that God has giving to me. I have found someone {U} that is blessed to do cardmaking the way God know I like. I am retried and LOVE making cards,most of my time is making cards I just love it.Becca you are a God given inspiration to me. Keep those beautiful cards coming. You are blessed and a blessing.This is my first time giving feedback ,I did’t think I new how,I am not that good with the compurter.ReplyCancel

  • EuniceHamiltonOctober 17, 2009 - 6:29 pm

    I cannot believe how beautiful and talented you are. The cards really amaze me. Where can i get the brad you put in the center of the poinsettia? Thanks, Wish i lived close to you.ReplyCancel

  • kathyOctober 28, 2009 - 10:00 pm

    Keep on working! i think that handicrafting is a blessing from god and i recently found out how much i love this feeling in me. i want to use this gift to serve the lord and be a channel to bless others. you are already on the way so keep on enjoying this marvelous gift. God bless you more!ReplyCancel

  • Jan D.November 3, 2009 - 1:15 pm

    I’ve just been aware of your site for about two weeks and I’m enjoying it so much.

    Your work is impeccable and stunningly beautiful, but your message is far broader than that.

    Thinking back, I’m not even sure how I stumbled upon your site.

    Your Christian testimony and witness via your art have been very helpful to me, a total stranger to you, and for that I thank you.

    Bless you,
    Jan D.ReplyCancel

  • HeatherNovember 3, 2009 - 4:24 pm

    I Becca – I hope I’m in the right place to get in touch without being published!!!
    I left a response on your blog today re buying the Quietfire caligraphy stamps you have used this past week. Well I tried on their site but couldn’t complete the order form because I live in the UK. I then emailed them about my dilema and Suzanne Cannon emailed me back and sorted things out for me – but why I’m telling you all this is she tells me she once lived in my area, now isn’t it a small world!!!
    Many thanks for all the gorgeous creations you show us and please don’t leave us. I wish you and your family many blessings and have a fantastic Christmas.
    Hugs
    Heather Woods
    alias HW(UK)
    xxReplyCancel

  • Gloria R.January 12, 2010 - 12:31 pm

    When I put as many layers on the front of my cards, as you do, it seems to make the card front heavy. It will not stand. What do you do for the back of the card to make it sturdy? I use 110 lb. paper. Thanks.ReplyCancel

  • Chris B.January 21, 2010 - 6:39 am

    I just love your blog. When I open my email and see your name I get so excited!! Your crafting is soooo BEAUTIFUL. My stomach gets so swirly when I see your projects. You have a beautiful talent.

    Thanking you so much for sharing your hard work!

    I loved your 2009 review. Beautiful! I can’t wait for your tutorials. Thank you!

    I love the Happy Birthday and Ornament Box tops. Are you going to tell us how to made these beautiful toppers???? Oh, and the Have Faith design on this card so beautiful. All your work is so awesome!

    Have a Happy & Blessed New Year!!ReplyCancel

  • sandy kJanuary 23, 2010 - 11:45 pm

    Hi Becca,

    I really love all of your gorgeous faith projects! They are so elegant and beautiful…keep sharing. You are very inspirational to me.

    Blessings,
    SandyReplyCancel

  • Sandy in EppingJanuary 26, 2010 - 1:04 pm

    Becca,
    You and Your blog are a true inspiration . Please add me to your list of admirers. And I only just discovered you through a link by Claire from WaltzingMouseDesigns.
    Wonderful work, wonderful inspirations, wonderful timing for ME to be discovering YOU!
    What a AMAZING day! I look forward to many more.
    Sandy in EppingReplyCancel

  • JudyJanuary 27, 2010 - 1:07 pm

    Hi Becca, I was told about your blog by a fellow stamper friend. She said your cards were so beautiful. Well…she was right! I have never seen such amazing and wonderful cards. Your use of ribbon and the Spellbinders shows your fantastic God-given talent! I love opening my email and seeing something from you.

    May God bless you and your family as you continue to inspire us all! This is truly your calling and a great way to witness to others, as all Christians are supposed to do.

    Keep it up! THANKS so much, Judy W, South CarolinaReplyCancel

  • Rita KernFebruary 5, 2010 - 4:04 pm

    Hi Becca,

    I just found your website and blog recently and am addicted! I wish I had the talent you have. Your cards are probably the prettiest I’ve ever seen.

    I love making cards and sending them to family, friends and the older ladies at church who are having health problems. I had two ladies from church call me after receiving their Christmas cards to tell me how much it means to them to open my cards and to know that I made their card especially for them. One of the ladies was even crying. I hated to hear her cry but it warmed my heart that it meant so much to her.

    Thank you so much for sharing your God given talent with all of us and for giving such great witness to the Lord. God bless you and your family.

    Sincerely,
    Rita KernReplyCancel

  • Fonda TottenFebruary 23, 2010 - 8:22 am

    Becca,

    I just read your blog about how you started back into crafting and card making. Whatever you situation was or still is, I pray God’s grace and mercy on you and your family. Thank you so much for sharing your story, your time and your talents with the rest of us who are struggling to keep our heads above water too. I love stamping, scrapping and cardmaking too and want to have more time to enjoy it more.

    Blessings to you…ReplyCancel

  • BonnieFebruary 23, 2010 - 12:52 pm

    Becca,
    I stumbled on your website awhile back – you are one of the most talented card makers I have seen. I, too, am a child of God. Your story is amazing and very encouraging to others. I’ve never left messages before but I see you have a game of sorts going on with name the best “crying movie” I really loved “Blind Side” There are many others – my best old movie is “To Sir With Love” I’m not sure if this is the right place to leave it…(I am also computer illiterate!) Thanks for all your inspiration!ReplyCancel

  • lydiaMarch 3, 2010 - 8:33 am

    Hello,
    Thank you for our testimony. I too have become a caregiver as my mom suffered a stroke and dementia has taken over her life. She came to live with me 3 years ago and my craft room has become her bedroom. My
    prayers go with you and you testimony has given me encouragement to
    continue to do my love for cardmaking while trying to keep depression from
    overwhelming me. God Bless you. In His Name… LydiaReplyCancel

  • pat poskMarch 16, 2010 - 8:16 pm

    Dear Becca…
    I don’t know if this is the right place for my comment but let me thank you for your Becca Bit on the card with the Butterflies.
    I wrote and asked you if you could do a Becca Bit showing how it was done..
    So thank you again for this Becca Bit…your right it is much easier than it looks…thank you again…

    pat..a senior citizen who needs the visualsReplyCancel

  • Linda DuensingMarch 21, 2010 - 10:47 am

    I have just found our blog and have fallen in love with it. I love the name. I also grew up singing Amazing Grace in church and has to be one of the prettiest songs I now. I love your work and you are a very talented person and I can see it is a piece of you. For me, it is my time for me and relaxes me. Thanks again for all you hard work.

    Linda D.ReplyCancel

  • BenitaMarch 24, 2010 - 9:58 pm

    Becca
    After reading your introduction it was like reading about my own life for the last 3 years. Like you GOd has blessed me prior to the like changing illness i myself am living with so I have a craftroom more like a small craft store than a craftroom. Now I am able to play and use the items I have collected over the years+. I stmbled over your blogg quite by mishap some would say but we know it was God leading me where I need to be for this time in my life. I enjoy your examples and have been inspirered. Thank You n God Bless. BenitaReplyCancel

  • DebraKMarch 26, 2010 - 4:26 pm

    Becca, I have finally gone through every single one of your blogs…! Each and every one is inspiring, heartfelt, and full of beauty. Of all the many blogs I’ve passed through, yours is always at the top of my list for your creativity and your perception of beauty. I love the way you think outside the box (or circle if you prefer) while you explore all the many pathways of your imagination. You aspire all of us to find our (sometimes hidden) artistic visions and remind us that there is no limitation to ones concept of beauty. Thank you so much for sharing your God-given talents with us—you are a blessing for sure! Hugs, DebraKReplyCancel

  • lilMay 11, 2010 - 10:31 pm

    Thanks for sharing and may God ccontinue to bless you and your family. The cards are so beautiful.ReplyCancel

  • OlindaMay 22, 2010 - 5:46 pm

    Hi Becca,

    I love your cards, they are so beautiful.
    I love the name of your blog, because I also grew up singing Amazing Grace in church. This is one of the prettiest songs I know.
    Thanks to share your work with us.
    God bless you and your family.

    Olinda – From BrazilReplyCancel

  • ConraeJune 1, 2010 - 5:19 pm

    Becca,
    I’m also a believer. I love to make cards to cheer somebody up! You know…just to let them know that somebody is thinking about them! I’m not so good w/ the computer…. but I sure love to create new cards!
    God bless you and keep lookin’ up!

    Conrae from N.CarolinaReplyCancel

  • Beverly DalbyJune 17, 2010 - 10:13 pm

    Becca, thank you for the wonderful tutorials on the MS punches. Thank you too for all the other wonderful things you have taught me re ribbons and bows. I love your site, and all your cards. You are so gracious and from the other side of the world, I appreciate you and your blog so much.

    Bet wishes,

    Beverly
    AustraliaReplyCancel

  • Luzmi_lucyJune 23, 2010 - 5:58 pm

    Hi Becca, you’re amazing. All of your creations are beautiful and impress me. Your name are perfect with you and your lovely works. Many blessings!!!!ReplyCancel

  • Nicole KellerAugust 28, 2010 - 10:15 pm

    Becca,

    I was at the Our Daily Bread booth at a convention today and thought of you and all the wonderful things you do with their products. Thanks for taking the time to produce such a gorgeous blog.ReplyCancel

  • TatankyOctober 6, 2010 - 4:02 pm

    Hi Becca ! I’ve just discovered your blog through one of the Christmas hops some weeks ago. I subscribed to your newsletter because I loved your work. I read today’s post and decided to check this first post and try to understand a bit more about you. Thanks so much for sharing all your creations I thoroughly admire them.ReplyCancel

  • JillianNovember 3, 2010 - 4:00 pm

    Just taking a moment to let you know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers at this most difficult time for you.
    Sending virtual hugs.ReplyCancel

  • TeresaNovember 7, 2010 - 11:59 pm

    I just found your blog a couple a days ago and I wanted to let you know how much I have been enjoying everything that you do. Also you are in my prayers.ReplyCancel

  • AlexandraNovember 16, 2010 - 5:49 pm

    Becca, I have loved visiting your blog for quite a wee while now and I wanted to visit at the beginning. I’ll enjoy going through the lovely inspiring creations and uplifting thoughts from your blog through the years.
    Amazing Grace is one of my favourite hymns too, my mum loved it too.
    She was a beautiful singer and one of my earliest memories is of her singing along to this on the radio (Amazing Grace with the bagpipes) whilst doing housework. It was lovely. “The old rugged cross” was another favourite I always think of her singing when I hear it.
    My mum passed away in the Spring of 2005, now whenever I hear this
    I get very emotional & well up with tears, but it’s tears of happiness of the beautiful memories of my mum’s smile while she sang her heart out and the knowledge that our faith gives us strength, no matter what life may bring to us.
    God bless you,
    hugs
    Alexandra from Scotland in the UKReplyCancel

  • JoJoNovember 19, 2010 - 7:24 am

    Becca:
    It was no “accident” that I came to this blog. The Lord clearly led me here. Your work is beautiful and I know that you are, too. I am thankful to have your influence and inspiration in my life and will be visiting often. I most make cards and it’s so great to Spellbinders products to assist me. Wow! My card making has become so much easier and more fun.
    Have a blessed, Holy Spirit filled day!
    JoJoReplyCancel

  • paty martinezDecember 1, 2010 - 9:18 pm

    Hola!!! Becca. No soy muy aficionada a escribir pero esta vez lo hago con mucho gusto para decirte que es precioso todo lo que haces, yo apenas empiezo con esto de scrapbook y ya recorri muchas paginas y la tuya y la de Hand made Odette son las mas BELLAS!! sson muy delicadas, dulces. me gustaron mucho Felicidades. Saludeos desde Tijuana, B.C. mexicoReplyCancel

  • Elfrieda EverettDecember 16, 2010 - 9:25 am

    Hi Becca,
    I have been inspired by your web site. I have only been paper crafting for about 2 years, my daughter got me interested in it. Your web site was the first that impressed me the most. I know this time of the year is very difficult for you, but God thru Jesus Christ does bless us. My prayers are with you.
    Love in ChristReplyCancel

  • Charlene WileyDecember 16, 2010 - 1:59 pm

    Hi Becca,
    I just love all your cards, I just wonder where you get all your wonderful ideas. You are a wonderful inspirtion to us all. I know how it with your lose, you have faith and I know Jesus is getting thought this season. Love you CharleneReplyCancel

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