Sunday, January 6, 2008

Beate's weekend sketch challenge is Back !




This year I want to work harder at using the talents and abilities that God has given me to encourage and uplift the people around me ! Since I am a pastor's wife these Bible verse stamps from Sweet N' Sassy Stamps are coming in handy ! Beate came back with a great layout for us this week, and I used a tutorial that I saw at memystampsandi.blogspot.com for the ribbon flower embelishment. Hope you enjoy and are inspired !

15 comments:

Marlou said...

this is beautiful Laurie!!! and the scriptures are beautiful, lovely addition to your cards :) xx

beate said...

Wow! Another totally gorgeous card. Your flower is beautiful.

Korin Sutherland said...

GORGEOUS!!!! I love it! Send it to me and I'll post it to the SNS blog, too :).

Trish D said...

This is really gorgeous! Love those soft colors. It would be perfect for a wedding card, too, just be swapping out the verse!

Tracy.H said...

What a pretty card!! I must look at that tutorial. TFS :0)

Chat said...

WOW!!! i thought i'd take a look and see and it is beautiful I love that you incorporated another layer. you go, girl !!!!
tfs,
chat

Nancy Grant said...

Wonderfully done. Another inspiring creation. Thanks for sharing.

:-)

Lori Craig said...

Laurie - I love your blog...You are off to such a wonderful start. Your projects are beautiful. Blessings ~ Lori Craig

Andrea, said...

Gorgeous card, love the flower

Neva said...

OMGoodness, I am totally in love with how you made this flower and that ribbon is just super together. LOve it and may have to CASE it ;)

SmilynStef said...

How cool is that ribbon on your embellishment ... absolutely gorgeous.

Angie Tieman said...

What a beautiful card!! I love the flower with the ribbon embellishment, it's gorgeous!

Neva said...

Laurie, are you on Splitcoast Stampers? I would love to take a look at your entire gallery.

Michelle said...

What a beautiful card. I love how you did the flower.

Kathy W said...

Lovely card; the flower is exquisite. Thanks for providing the tutorial link on how to make these.