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A Little Inspiration

Good day all!  It's Brenda here with a few little creations I made using the Kennedy Grace stamp set, Inspirational Verses.  I made these tags to give to co-workers, friends or even as inspiration for myself.  I keep them in my "war binder" ready if they are needed.  If you are not familiar with a war binder, quite simply it is a cross between a planner, bible journal and a scrapbook.  


The first three tags were foiled.   The verses were stamped on cardstock with VersaFine onyx black and adhered to the tags.


You'll see a lot of shine going on here.  Which I happen to love.


This tag was also foiled and a few of the beautiful Kennedy Grace Creations Frozen sequins were added for another pop of shine.



The last foiled tag was mounted on a metallic die cut for a little extra pizzazz .


The background for this card was smooched with water colors and sequins from the Autumn  Blessings mix were added.


And the last tag was embellished with sweet little flowers from the You Inspire Me stamp set.  It was adhered to the tag which has a fun mix of ribbon.



I hope this will inspire you to find a creative way to encourage yourself and those around you.  Thanks so much for stopping by !

Blessing,
Brenda

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