Friday, August 5, 2016

Word Art Wednesday #242-243

Today I wanted to share with you a sympathy card that I just finished up using Isaiah 64:8.

On one of my favorite card making sites, Christian Card Makers, this month's challenge is to find a stamp or die in your stash that has never been used, or not used in a long time, then find a scripture to go with it and make a card.

I have quite a collection of know... all the ones that we are going to use one day - but when I pulled out the Jars of Clay that I had purchased from my friend Ginny, I knew the card I wanted to create.  

While this one will be sent on in celebration of a new angel in heaven, I made a second strip of the design also.  It will be the first page in my new scrapbook that started July 1, 2016. ... when I moved to my new home.  For today and every day, it is my desire to be the Clay, to be molded by the Potter by His Will and to His Glory. 

Be sure to check out other great Christian Card entries on Word Art Wednesday's blog. 

Thank you for stopping by ~ Pam 


  1. Reading this blog makes me want to cry. It is such a deep message. It wakes up my heart to see, I need to follow HIM closer. Thanks Pam for the inner thoughts I received reading this.

  2. Beautiful words in your post. I love the card and the colors are so vibrant. Thanks for sharing the scripture sentiment. You are such a blessing. God bless you in your new home. Hugs.

  3. I love your card and the verse is so perfect. I used to have that Magenta stamp but lost in our many moves before coming here. Love what you have made with it. Hugs Cathy

  4. Your card is soooo beautiful and your post text is just as lovely. I like your heart for God. Wonderful color palette that you chose.

  5. This is gorgeous, Pam. I love this verse, and you've used such a perfectly appropriate image with it. Fabulous job, and amazing creativity! Thanks so much for stopping by to share your talents with us. I hope you enjoy playing along, and that you will join us again real soon.
    God bless your week!
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