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Sunday, January 9, 2011

Be Mine


It is time for another challenge for Stamping Sisters in Christ. This is our first challenge for the New Year, how exciting.   It feels good to be starting our challenges again.
Chris is the host this week, and her challenge is "wings" do a card or project with wings. Simeon Say's is our sponsor

The Scripture she has chosen is,  Ruth 2:12 "May the LORD repay you for what you have done. May you be richly rewarded by the LORD, the God of Israel, under whose wings you have come to take refuges."

Be sure to visit Stamping Sisters In Christ to be inspired  by Chris devotional and to see what my other sisters have created.

I decided that I will stretch my wings some for the new year. As many know I do not like doing "projects" :) (they never come out right)
Well this year I plan on doing a few and I started my first one for this challenge. Here is the tutorial for this bag, over at Splitcoast.  Now I wasted 4 sheets of good paper trying this out before I realized I am not good at using my score pal, so I got out my MS score and it is fabulous for doing "projects"

This is also for:
Craft your days away (anything goes)


Stamps: Recollections "Valentine"
Ink: Stamping Up
Paper: Basic Grey, SU
Tools: Cuttle bug, nestibilites, cuttle bug die for the hearts.

Hope you like :)
Have a Blessed Day &
Thank you for stopping by.

Rebekka


32 comments:

Margreet said...

gorgeous bag Rebekka!
xxx Margreet

Miesje said...

Oh my goodness, this is so cute! I love it Rebekka! You are too funny - yet I can relate, I am not good at projects either and I should do the same - stretch my wings! Thanks you!

Lone Pine Designs said...

What a lovely card purse...and your handles are very creative!

Holly said...

Well if at first you don't succeed...
You've done a great job on this project Becky! I love the way you did the handles, and that background paper is so pretty!

Tammy said...

Great Valentine's Day card Becky. I wonderful eye candy to compliment the image.

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

i have to admit, I am not much of a project person myself. The journal I made yesterday, was a real stretch for me. I think you did a fabulous job with this bag, Rebekka! Cupid looks so adorable!

Kathy Braun and Lucky said...

This is really sweet, glad you stayed with it.

~fairygirlmichelle~ said...

Great Valentine card. Its wonderful. very interesting with the circles on the top.

Betty Wright said...

Becky, this is wonderful! Lovely design and detailing! Hope you are doing well. I was checking out your blog banner picture...gorgeous! Did you take that? Stunning!

Cammi said...

Beautiful card, I love that image!

Emkay said...

You'd never know that you don't often do projects. Your bag is stunning!

Basslady said...

wow, stunning and super-sweat idea for a bag!

thanx a lot for this wonderful inspiration!

hugs and kisses from germany,
silvi xoxo

Grace said...

Hi Becky! Your bag came out GREAT! What you talkin about gf?!! It's perfect and how cute this would be with some valentine goodies inside! Love the sweet image! You did great with it! Sorry I haven't been around for many comments but things have been a bit busy here and I was sick! Glad to be back in the flow again! Have a wonderful week! Love you sister!
hugs,
Grace

Pam~ said...

I'm not a big project girl either. Looks like you mastered this one ... great idea on the handles!!! Looking forward to more of your projects!

Kelly Spivey said...

Love this project! I really like how the handles turned out and that stamp of cupid is just darling!

Penny Duncan Creations said...

Oh what a GORGEOUS design!!! This is SO pretty and I LOVE getting to see your challenge entries!!!! THANK YOU so very much for your very sweet comment on my blog!!!!! I am truly touched....I hope you are having a very blessed day!!!!

Heather B said...

What a pretty project. I have a plan to do more "projects" as well this year. I haven't started yet, but I may have to come to you to share ideas later in the year.

Lynn McAuley said...

What a fun Valentine bag with its sweet cupid and scalloped handles!!
Wonderful work, Becky!

Crafting Joanne said...

A wonderful bag Rebekka, love white and red combo.

Thank you for joining us over at CYDA for our 'Anything Goes' challenge.

Hugs

Joanne x

KER said...

well you persevered and the final product is beautiful...

Rhonda Langley said...

Pretty! Love the handles!

Peggysuez said...

This is so cute, always a fan of that color combination. I shy away from 3-D projects too, one resolution this year is to try to do more of them! Looking forward to another stamping ministry year!

MiamiKel said...

OH Rebekka, this is wonderful! I love the lil cupid :) (my blog post for tomorrow is a cupid, lol) I love your cards and can see you making many more projects as this one is fabulous! Blessings!

Donna Heber said...

Becky,

Gorgeous bag you have created for Valentine's Day. I wish I had more time to do projects. Your cupid image is adorable.

Teressa Thompson said...

That is LOVELY! Adorable and special and so you!

Pat (mspfd) said...

Wow, this is a knockout, Becky!

Rainmac said...

Hi Rebekka, what a beautiful bag, so much detail! Thank you for joining us at Craft Your Days Away for our first challenge of 2011, good luck x

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

What a beautiful bag Becky!! Such a pretty design and image!!

I always enjoy visiting your blog not only for your gorgeous projects but for your words of wisdom and inspiration.
hugs,
Chris

Tania said...

Lovely project. I am like you; I don't particularly care to do projects. I am a cardmaker and scrapbooker.

Lovely Linda said...

Hello Becky - I love your gift bag - what a clever idea - and that image - does it get ahy cuter! You made me laugh about your Scorpal - I have one on my Wishlist...but you have made me wonder! LOL! Thansk for always sharing and inspiring my friend! {{{hugs}}}

Curt in Carmel said...

Your bag turned out beautifully, and what a great project to fill and use for Valentine's day. I too use both my ScorPal and MS scoring board. Just depends on the project and if there are 1/4s or 1/8s in the measurements. Best, Curt

stampingmommy said...

Rebekka - this turned out fabulous! I love all the red and white - and the red scalloped handles are the perfect accent to your beautiful cupid.