Wednesday, August 10, 2022


Recently I attended a crafting retreat where there was a swap table full of gently used and well loved crafting items.  While browsing through them, I found a large wooden stamp of these delicate flowers.  It was very 'inky' and looked like it had never been cleaned, but I decided to borrow it and see how it stamped.  I cleaned it up a bit and it stamped great!  

There wasn't a name or manufacture on the stamp, so this is just an 'image' of dainty flowers, colored with Copic markers.   

I used Gina Marie Designs Petite Looped Oval die and added an extra edge at the bottom with the word Prayers stamped in  plum colored ink.   The unknown stamp made such a simple and pretty card.  Then I returned the stamp to the swap table for the next crafter to find the treasure. 

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I will be entering this card in the following challenges: 

Word Art Wednesday Week 555-556 

Passion for Markers ~ Challenge 653 ~ Say it with Flowers  

Try It on Tuesday ~ Summer Blooms 

Bastel Traum ~ Challenge 115 ~ Everything is Possible 

Pam's Pearls




  1. What a wonderful find! Your stamp turned out so delicate and pretty, and you've done a wonderful job colouring it up. Your lacy oval adds to the elegance of your card. Thanks for sharing this with us at Passion for Markers!

  2. Aw this is such a pretty card and I love these dainty flowers! Your colouring is fab and that lace frame is just gorgeous. What a great idea to have a swap table too! Thanks so much for joining in with my challenge this week at Passion for Markers. Hugs, Karen x

  3. What a pretty spray of flowers-the oval frame is perfect for them. Thank you for joining us at Try It On Tuesday, Chrisx

  4. Such a pretty card Pam and the stamp is so delicate. Fab colouring and love the lacy oval dies. Sounds like you had a fun time at your retreat. Thanks for sharing with us at Passion For Markers this week. Hugs, Denise x