Saturday, November 10, 2007

Wise Men Still Seek Him


Just a quick post before the rush of Sunday begins tomorrow. Sorry i've been so quiet lately. This is a simple layout, but it took me a while to gamsol the three wisemen. It was fun to color for a change. The paper is christmas paper from Stampin-up two years ago, so unfortunatly it's retired. Have a blessed Sunday and remember that wise men still seek Him !

11 comments:

Sandy said...

What a lovely stamp, and even lovelier coloring!!!! Looks wonderful!

Christi said...

You did an amazing job coloring. Beautiful job and I love that saying "wise men still seek Him." There is just such power. Hope you had a relaxing Sunday. :)

Anonymous said...

Your card is one of the most striking, powerful, and well done renditions of that Holy Triptych set. I am very impressed. I will likely be using your color choices and technique on this stamp set. Thank you so much for your stamping inspiration and for giving the glory to God. May God bless you and your family today . . . Elizabeth S.

Marlou said...

excellent card Laurie and so true what you said, "wise men do still seek him" The Lord is my best friend xx

mochamama said...

I just love this set and what you have done with it, the colors are beautiful! Continue to create for God's Glory, I love it! Thank you for your post, you are my one and only!

Nancy Grant said...

Another amazing card Laurie. I thank God for your talents. He certainly has been so good to you!
:-)

Lisa said...
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Lisa said...

Your card turned out beautiful! Thanks so much for having me and Emily over last week. We had a great time visiting. Guess what! I finally got a blog spot up. Check it out! Thanks for the inspiration and for showing me how to gamsol! http://arctic-living.blogspot.com/

Heather P. said...

Your coloring is just AMAZING!!! Wow!!

Anonymous said...

Nice Job but the color on one of your wise men is off. We do exist.

Bethany Paull said...

Beautiful coloring. I love the blue shading around the image.