Count My Blessings from Stampin’ Up!

Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.
1 Thessalonians 5:18

“Count My Blessings”, this is one of those stamp sets that I looked at and said it’s not for me…


Because we don’t celebrate Thanksgiving here in Australia ……   or do we!

Yes, we do celebrate “Thanksgiving” but not with turkey and all the trimming, though it does look fun.

As a Christian I thank God everyday for him being in my life and for giving me family and friends that love and support me.

The cards I have made to day will be sent by my Bible Study Group to people in our Church to let them know we are Thankful for them.

This card is a simple card to make, just two stamps from Stampin’ Up! called “Count My Blessings” 144790 (Holiday Catalogue), some inks and Very Vanilla note cards 144236.

How to make this simple card..

The flower image was stamped using Stampin’ Up! Crumb Cake 126975 Stampin Pad. Then coloured in with Powder Pink 144084, Blushing Bride 131172, Pear Pizzazz 131180 and Old Olive 126953 Stampin Pads. Oh!…… and don’t forget the Blender Pen 102845. The colours were very gentle added to the flower starting with the lightest and then adding a few highlights with the darker colour. Be very careful to not overwork the area as the paper will ball, so all you need is a gentle touch.

 The sentiment was stamped in Basic Black Archival 140931 Stampin’ Pad which was stamped off onto scratch paper, so then the black allowed the colour of the flower to come through.

This is probably the simplest card I have ever made…and I love it, I hope you do to.

If you have any questions please just contact me… would love to hear from you.

Below you will find all products used and their links to my Online Store



Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl – Independent Stampin’ Up! Demonstrator.

2 thoughts on “Count My Blessings from Stampin’ Up!

  1. Celia Cawthon

    I found your card on Pinterest this morning while searching for a simple, beautiful thank you card idea and just had to tell you how perfect your card is! Very pretty! Thanks for sharing, Celia

    • Michele Jutrisa

      Thank You Celia, so glad you like it.

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