Trust God Rubberstamp Set

Trust God rubberstamp set is on the Stampin' Up! Retiring List, and it's one of my favorites.  It's an all words stamp set aka greetings stamp set, and each set of words is inspirational and uplifting.  The fonts are lovely and work equally well for masculine cards and feminine cards.  I think it's a must-have and highly recommend it.

Trust God rubberstamp set

This is one of 13 handmade cards we made at my recent Training Event.  My Training Events are all day stamping and occur 4 times each year.  For information about the next one, click here.  At the April Training Event, we focused on using the Shimmery White card stock.  It's a fantastic product, and for this handmade card, we used aqua painters and just 2 colors of ink:  Real Red and Daffodil Delight.  The key is to use LOTS of water to get this lovely swirled effect.  The Shimmery White Card Stock stands up well when it gets really wet–it won't pill or shred.  But I do recommend letting it air dry or speeding up the process with the heat tool before attaching to the rest of your project.  Adhesives work best when applied to a dry surface.  Because I wanted the art piece to really be the focal point on my handmade card, I added subtle embellishments and the lovely sentiment from Trust God rubberstamp set.  I think it has a good wow effect, but it comes together quickly and easily–that's my choice always!

All the Stampin' Up! products are linked to my online store below if you wish to get more information and/or shop for anything.  Most of the products used on this handmade card are on the Stampin' Up! Retiring List, so get them quickly if you want them–before they are gone forever!   

I so appreciate you popping by today and hope you are inspired by the creativity of my handmade card as well as the greeting "Each one of us is God's special work of art."  Receive and rest in that truth today!

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