Thursday, September 16, 2010

Card Challenge - #56

Today I managed to make a card for Stampin' Sisters challenge #56.  The challenge was to "Use real or faux stitching somewhere on a card or project".

Here's my card:

Lately, I bought several stamp sets on books, because I love books & reading challenges me to think.  When I was young, John 10:10 was one of the memory verses which made an impact on my life.  Even at a young age, I wanted the life Jesus promised - to experience life in all its fullness, and to live it right.  Growing up in a small town, in a developing country where Christians are a minority is rather challenging.  But God is good & his promises are true - this is what we ought to cling onto.

Stamps : MFT Well Read WTG
Paper : Imaginisce Apple Cider, Gina K PLC Pumpkin Spice
Faux stitching : White gel pen, Sakura
Others : MFT die-namics, MS border punch (modern garland), colourpencils, PTI twill, i-rock glam rocks


Becky said...

Kary this is fabulous..Love the details of the ribbon and gorgeous design paper. Thank you for joining us at Stampin Sisters in Christ. Hope to see you next week. :)

Lovely Linda said...

Hello Kary - I just want to come and sit on that sofa - it is fabulous! I love your take on the challenge this week - delish colours too! What a delightful scene you have created ! Love it! Thank you for joining us at the Stampin Sisters in Christ Challenge this week - we love having you play along and would love to see you again next week! {{{hugs}}}
Linda SSIC Design Team

Grace said...

Oh Kary, I love this! Your ribbon treatment is fabulous and love that sofa! You've done a great job and we thank you so much for joining us at Stampin Sisters in Christ!!!

Patti J said...

Kary, your card is outstanding! I love that you have created a scene, and girl, that ribbon rocks! Beautiful job - it's so cozy that it looks real! Thank you for joining us this week at Stampin' Sisters in Christ! Hope to see you back again next week!

Kit said...

hi kary, yet another gr8 looking card wif gr8 meaning behind it ... now when can i imitate her .. :) how r u holding up ovr there?

{Lynn - that's me!} said...

This is a beautifully designed card. Love your ribbon treatment...what a great addition!