Blessed Beyond Measure

I am for sure I am Blessed Beyond Measure!! For many years the word “Blessed” has had a truly deep meaning in my life! I am someone who has great faith in Jesus, and I have had many moments where God has touched my heart, and changed my life.

When I joined Stampin’ Up I had the opportunity to choose a team name, I decided on Blessed2Stamp!

I feel so very blessed that I am able to be a part of Stampin’ Up. This community of crafters, and stampers mean so much to me. As we start a new Stampin’ Up Year I wanted to send all of my team members a card!

I decided on this card design, as you know I love all stamps that have a Camera, and the Blessed Beyond Measure worked perfectly!

{Blessed Beyond Measure}

 

This design worked out perfect for these cards. I was able to put together over 30 cards in just a few hours. I liked keeping the design simple with just some stamping, and Basic Rhinestones.

Blessed Beyond Measure

You can see that I used the “Blessed” sentiment in two different ways. I really love that sentiment, and feel like it could be used for so many different cards.

Blessed Beyond Measure

I’m not sure which pattern paper I like best for this card. At first I thought for sure that I liked the striped designer paper piece better, but the Yellow and Purple go so well together!

Blessed Beyond Measure

 

Supply List

You can pick up the two other stamps I used on this card below. Please be advised these items are found on Amazon, and I do have affiliate link through them.

You can find the Camera Stamp set HERE.

I would love for you to Join Stampin’ Up with me. You can sign up HERE, once you join my team you will be added to my exclusive Facebook Group.

I hope you are having a wonderful Monday, and I will be back tomorrow to share with you the Calendar Pages I have started working on.

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3 thoughts on “Blessed Beyond Measure”

  1. I’ve been a follower of your blog and youtube videos for a while now. Love your card making style. I have CASED many of your designs. But let me tell you one thing I tell my students (I teach quilting). Never point out your mistakes–most folks won’t notice them and the quilts/cards are gorgeous anyway!!!

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