Tuesday, 21 February 2012

God's Word Leads!

Hello Everyone! I've made this card for the challenge over at Word Art Wednesday and I'm getting it in just under the wire! I've had the verse printed out for awhile, but haven't been in my crafty spot much lately!  So this is what I've made.  This is my oldest daughter's favourite verse and I hear it alot.  To me it's a very special verse that always points me to the Word of God for leading!  Such a comfort to know that the light is always shining from God's Word and there's never a need to walk in darkness!
I printed out the verse in KJV since that's what I use and matted it to some cardstock that I've edged with my deckle decorative scissors. I layered a bunch of strips that I cut from scraps that I have and fanned them out to look like rays?  At least that's what I was aiming for! I then set to work at doing a bit of faux stitching and decided that the verse would look nice with some to.  I set in the verse and added some fun buttons around it.
Thank you so much for dropping by today.  May you as well find the light in God's Word.

6 comments:

Sandy said...

I think this card turned out so pretty. Your font is very pretty and I do like how your strips are like rays.

Tracy said...

This might be my favorite of all the cards I've seen you make. :-) The quilted look is just precious and when you pair it with a scripture, well... you can't beat that with a stick! LOL I really love this one Jennifer. :-) Hugs!

Olga said...

That's a very good idea to use scraps =)

Mynnette said...

Oh my gosh, this is amazing!!! I LOVE all the patterned pieces as rays coming from the verse--this is beautiful! :)

NickelNook said...

This ones fabulous, Jennifer! Love the quilted look with all the faux stitching! One of my favorite Scripture verses too!...Nancy :o)

Papercrafting Beach Bum said...

I really like this card! I can't believe you got the cool effect through chance, it looks like you followed a template! Way cool and the colors are so cheerful and happy. Thanks for sharing!