The Lord Bless You Card

Recently I have been using a lot of whimsical stamps and papers, but for this Operation Write Home challenge to use a scripture verse or inspirational quote on a card, I pulled out some more elegant paper from my stash to match the calligraphy-style stamp that I had of Numbers 6:24-25.

Here is my 1st card:

The Lord Bless You Card, Stampendous Shine on You, K&Company Roam Mat Pad

From an angle

The Lord Bless You Card, Stampendous Shine on You, K&Company Roam Mat Pad

And a 2nd (I loved the paper so much , I just left it simple):

The Lord Bless You Card, Stampendous Shine on You, K&Company Roam Mat Pad

To learn more about Operation Write Home (OWH) check out their website here.  And thanks to ODBD for sponsoring this challenge and supporting OWH!

Stamp: Shine on You (Numbers 6:24-25) by Stampendous

Other: Roam Mat Pad (K&Company), Vintage Sepia Versafine Archival Dry Pigment Ink, and Border Punch (Martha Stewart)

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September 1, 2012. Card.

5 Comments

  1. Nancy F. replied:

    Very elegant indeed! Nice job!

  2. Bobbi's Treasure replied:

    Both versions are lovely. I like how you layered the border punched paper in the first one, and the beautiful paper in the second.

  3. Paula S. replied:

    Both of these are beautiful but I agree that the paper on the second is just stunning and makes a perfect CAS card just as you have it. Great job with this challenge!

    Paula S,
    OWH Blog Team

  4. Marilyn Leonard replied:

    Beautiful card! Love your talent.

  5. Angie Crockett replied:

    Oooh, they are both so gorgoeus! I love them both, but the paper on the 2nd really “flips my switch”! 🙂 Thanks so much for playing along in the ODBD/OWH Challenge! God bless!

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