Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Everlasting Love ~ WAW #288-289

It's time for my second posting as Guest Designer for Karen at Word Art Wednesday.  I am so excited to share the beautiful scripture from Jeremiah in challenge #288-289 and the card I designed using this selected scripture. 



My image is an Elisabeth Bell design Whimsy Stamp, Sunset Rose, which is printed on Bright White Neenah paper, and Copic colored.  The white matting on both pieces was done using the Gina Marie Pleated Lace die set.

Word Art Wednesday is a great Christian based site and Karen provides a free digital scripture every other week.  The new one today is from Jeremiah 31:3.    This scripture spoke to me of the Lord's everlasting love as depicted in the card's image.  Whether the sun is rising or setting, God's love is there for us. He always loves us more than we deserve.  I encourage you today to stop and watch the sun set and be simply amazed by all of God's continued miracles in your life. 

Here is today's free digital from Karen, but be sure to pop over to Word Art Wednesday to read Karen's devotional, see the other entries and then create your own card for entry.


Thank you for stopping by today to read and to follow my blog.  And thank you Karen, for allowing me the honor and opportunity to join your team for the month of June.

Serving a Risen God, Pam 

In addition to posting on Word Art Wednesday, this will also appear on Christian Card Maker, Stamp Junkies, WAW facebook page, Whimsy Stamps, LLC, Scrapbook OutletKarle's Passion and my personal page, Not Just Scraps.

Tuesday, June 20, 2017

You Take the Cake!

Today's card was recently sent to one of the members of Christian Card Makers in celebration of her special day.  


This image is a Paper Pretties stamp that I Copic colored and then  carefully trimmed around her hair and the back of her dress to allow a spellbinder die to nest closely and make a Tulle shaker card.  


The Micro heart confetti is sandwiched between two layers of tulle which is attached to the card base and the top layer with double sided tape (not foam tape) as illustrated by one of Jennifer McQuire's youtube videos.   

This technique also allows you to stamp your sentiment inside {Happy Birthday} so that it will be seen through the shaker paper of the window.  Bright orange enamel dots were added at the bottom for the finishing touch after adding the stripped mat and attaching to the orange coordinating card base. 

I hope this cheerful card made her day even more special!  Thank you for stopping by today and for following my blog postings. Contact me time to order custom made cards.

Serving a Risen Savior, Pam

In addition to posting on Christian Card Maker, this will appear on Karle's Passion, Stamp Junkies, and Not Just Scraps.  



Monday, June 19, 2017

Happy Father's Day Tool You!

Nothing makes a my Dad happier than new Tools! 

So for Father's Day of course his card had to be a Tool Card ~ 


The card base is black, the next layer is the silver metallic tool box designed embossing folder, which made it very difficult to photograph.  For the top layer I used the dotted Swiss embossing folder  to give the effect of his peg board.  The tool are from a set by Ellentia Cutting Dies ( DCT001-005) and are attached with silver mini brads. 

Thanks for stopping by to enjoy my Dad's card today - 
Serving a Risen Savior, Pam

This posting will appear on the following sites:
Not Just Scraps, Stamp Junkies, Karle's Passion,