Sunday, 26 February 2012
Today this card has been created for the challenge over at Word Art Wednesday. This week I have used the wonderful word art that they are giving away for the challenge. I have matted the verse which I sponged with some Tim Holtz distress ink (bundled sage) to some bright orange paper from The Paper Company that goes with the card base I created. I added this to some fabulous paper I just purchased, and it's from DCWV. I added a swatch of lace that I found at a taylor's shop in town and some gold/yellow rhinestones from Forever In Time to the corners. It still needed something else so before I added to the card base, I added a layer of blue cardstock that I found at the Dollar Store underneith.
Thank you for dropping by and may you to be still and ponder who Almighty is, opening the Word of God and discovering the amazing plan of salvation that God has created for each of us!
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Really beautiful card to match your beautiful post! This is one of my favorite Scripture verses too, Jennifer, and I did a challenge page on it last year! It's so important to make that time to "be still"...if we don't we can miss out on so much that the Lord has in store for us!...Nancy :o)
Oh...and great call on the layer of blue cardstock! That was just the "pop" it needed! :o)
Your card is just as the sentiment says...it's peaceful and calm...with a touch of lace...comforting.
What a lovely card, Jennifer. What a tremendous blessing when we can take God's precious Word, and just make such beautiful art out of it. It's a blessing and a thing of beauty. Thanks for sharing with us and playing along at Word Art Wednesday this week. We are grateful for you!
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What a beautiful post, Jennifer! It is always so wonderful to read of others' walks with the Lord, and how they allow Him to guide their lives. Thank you for sharing with us! Your card is beautiful. I really like how the lovely verse is the centerpiece, and the little bit of lace beneath is a great accent!
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