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Thursday, March 4, 2010

Last Sneak Peek this week

My last post was about InStyle's awesome The Greatest Love stamp complete with lilies of the season, but sometimes a simple but elegant cross is needed.

So this sneak peek is for just that. I made a pendant with InStyle's Deco Cross to go on a nice Strawberry Cream candle.

The possibilities are endless with this stamp. How about on a return label or even aside a bible verse for the inside bottom of a card. Hey you might even make a background pattern with it and then enlarge it for the main image.

Remember, all these sneak peeks will be available on Friday March 5, 2010. If you decide to purchase some stamps, be sure to get an extra 5% off when you go through the link in my sidebar.

Have you gotten your Hula Days Blinkie (see my sidebar) to help spread the word for InStyle Stamps full week of Hawaiian theme stamps? If you haven't you are missing out on possbily one of the easiest ways to win digital stamps! Go on over to InStyle Stamps company blog here and get ready for a great week of island themed images!

Stamps: InStyle Deco Cross
Paper: None
Ink: Can you believe no Prismacolors were used to create this project. LOL
Accessories: Store bought candle, Joann's felted ribbon, Stampin' Up Chocolate Chip Grosgrain ribbon


  1. Oh this is gorgeous!! What a great idea to have this as a pendant....and the other ideas you gave sound great.

  2. Janelle this is such a wonderful idea and your candle looks so classy!
    Lana x

  3. This candle with charm turned out really gorgeous! You are always so great at thinking out of the box!


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