On Friday, April 22nd, the Jewish Holiday of Passover starts.
It is the commemoration of the Exodus of the Jews from Egypt.
If you want to know more about this Holiday go HERE.
So of course I need some cards.
When I saw this weeks Mojo Monday sketch
this idea popped into my head right away.
On the Mojo Monday Blog you can see more
samples of what people have made with this sketch.
On the circle you see the Hebrew word for Passover - Pesach.
It is on a Seder plate,which is a central symbol on the
celebration table. This is a stamp from Ruth's Jewish Stamps.
In the background you see I stamped matzot -
unleaved bread that we eat during the week of Passover.
This also a stamp from Ruth'sJ ewish stamps. I used
ground expresso and vintage photo distress ink.
The sentiment you see here is a digital sentiment by
Create with TLC and is printed on the green paper.
Here another card with a sentiment by Create with TLC.
This time I used a music stencil for the background,
for we do a lot of singing around the table.
I used broken china distress ink and a blending tool
to get the color on the card.
The same matza stampfrom above is here
stamped with versamark and embossed with
copper colored embossing powder. After cutting
them out I arranged them as a border on
the card. Now I have to think of some decoration
for the table. Want to see what I did last year?
Go HERE. Comes with instructions too.
Meanwhile I put my thinking hat on.
Thank you for looking.
Have a creative day!