Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Strength

It's Wednesday and that means it's time for another challenge at Word Art Wednesday.  As usual, our challenge is Anything Goes as long as it includes an encouraging sentiment and is family-friendly.  This week we have two sponsors so be sure to stop by the blog to get your free digi WordArt, see what prizes will be given away and see what the rest of the Design Team has to show you. 

Our focus verse is Isaiah 25:4.  This verse talks about how the Lord has been a strength to the poor and needy, a refuge during times of storm and a shadow from the heat.  Knowing that the Lord cares about ALL people, not just the rich and powerful, is such a comfort to me.  That means that He cares about ME and will comfort ME.  That can sure bring encouragement when you're in the middle of a trial and/or waiting on the Lord to show you the next step.

I'm keeping things a bit short today as I've been battling headaches for the past few days.  They just make stringing coherent sentences together a bit difficult.

I have a card to share using stamps from each of our sponsors.  Both cards are pretty simple and make use of pop dots, my Cuttlebug and layers.  If you have any questions, please leave a comment and I'll answer there. 

This card uses two digi stamps from Robyn's Fetish:  Ornate Frame and Sunflower 1








Supplies:
Cardstock:  Bazzill, Recollections
Patterned Paper:  Crate Paper (Farmhouse)
Stamps:  WordArt by Karen, Robyn's Fetish ( Ornate Frame and Sunflower 1)
Copics:  Y13, 15, 17, E25, 29, 37, YG03, 05
Embellishments/Tools:  ribbon (May Arts), Stickles (Cinnamon), Lacey Eyelet Border Die (Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps)

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Deconstructed Sketch (DS112) - Sketch
The Kraft Journal - Layers + kraft
Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes
Paper Pretties Wednesday Challenge (PPWC270) - Use 2 or more patterned papers (my orange die cut is one paper and the background strips are the 2nd)


My second card uses a clear stamp from a set by Mark's Finest Papers:  Amaryllis Definition



Supplies: Recollections, Bazzill, Georgia Pacific
Patterned Paper:  Basic Grey (Out of Print)
Stamps: WordArt by Karen and Mark's Finest Papers (Amaryllis Definition)
Ink:  Memento (Tuxedo Black)
Copics:  R81, 83, 85, Y15, 21, BG10
Embellishments/Tools:  Spellbinders (Circles Large & Small), CM Fine Tip Pen (black), pearl flourish (Recollections), Stickles (yellow)

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Twist of Faith #49 - Sketch and Scripture sentiment
Cuttlebug Mania - Anything Girlie
Scrap Creations - Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by today.

8 comments:

Jill said...

gorgeous creation hun thanks so much for joining us at PTW hugs Jill xx

Tracey Fehr said...

Both of your cards are beautiful. You did a great take on our sketch challenge this week! Thanks for sharing with us over at Twist of Faith! (I hope that your headaches are subsiding.)
Tracey F., DT Twist of Faith Card Challenges

Zella said...

Oh Stephanie - that flower is so beautiful!! I want to pick it right off your card and put it in a bowl of water. Stunning!!! Both your cards are great. Thank you for sharing your talent with us at Twist of Faith. I hope to see you week after week. Blessings to you!!!

Karen Letchworth said...

Both cards are just beautiful, Stephanie. I'm so glad that you were able to play along with us this week, and of course the cards were a real blessing to me at WAW as well. Have a wonderful week, my dear friend.
Hugs,
Karen
The Kraft Journal

Maxam Made said...

Hi Stephanie, Beautiful Cards!! I hope your headaches get better!!
Thanks for joining us this week at Twist of Faith

Faye said...

Stephanie, your cards are beautiful. Your coloring is so precise and expertly done. I especially like the way you did the amaryllis.

Kerry said...

Both your cards are very pretty and your colouring is great. Thank you for joining in at Cuttlebug Mania this week.

Kimbo said...

A great pair of cards and the colourways are lovely. Thanks for joining in at Cuttlebug Mania x

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