Make a joyful noise!

There is a very talented 16 year old violinist called Mathea Goh, who also happens to be my niece :), who has just won a prestigious award in Singapore! This award is given yearly to a violinist or string player who has shown a consistent track record of outstanding musicianship and performance. I am so proud of her and I made this card to congratulate her.

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I first coloured this beautiful stamp from Our Daily Bread designs “Just a Note” set, with different coloured Tombow markers, lightly sprayed the stamp with water and stamped it on my card. I then masked off a rectangle in the card and coloured around the mask with my Brushos. I removed the mask and cut the panel with My Favourite Things rectangle stitched die. I adhered it to a violet cardstock and it was done!

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Heres a close up. The words read “Make a joyful noise unto the Lord” as I know my niece plays also for the Lord!

Hope you enjoyed this brief interlude!

I played along at:

Simon Says Wednesday – Make for the border

Addicted to CAS – Music addicted to CAS

Your Next Stamp challenge – I used the colours in the challenge to make this card.Your next stamp

6 thoughts on “Make a joyful noise!

  1. Oh…how perfect is this! I love the artsy vibe that you are going for and the music note is perfect! The message is uplifting and inspiring ( my daughter plays cello for the church!!) I am glad that you stopped by my blog today! 🙂 AND thanks so much for playing Simon Says Stamp Wednesday “Make For the Border” Challenge!

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  2. I LOVE your sentiment for this occasion, and I know your niece will treasure this! Your design is wonderful, Gwendolyn – thanks for joining us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday challenge!

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