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Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Pretty Papers, Butterflies, and Flowers!


Welcome to my blog,

The Diamond Dragonfly!
 
We are having another friendly fun AG card challenge here at Word Art Wednesday. Congratulations to last week’s winners.
 
This art carries a wonderful scripture reminding us that God is faithful to keep His part of the Covenant up to one thousand generations.

The Shabby Cottage is sponsoring this week’s challenge. But WAIT, we have two sponsors. Your Next Stamp is also a sponsor. There are some beautiful things on both their sites.

I saw a challenge that called for pretty papers and it stuck in my head. So I found this sweet plaid DSP in soft colors and matted them on Kraft paper. Some days when I clean up craft table I make little flowers just to relax. For some reason I am quite fond of this card.

http://wordartwednesday.blogspot.ca/2013/07/challenge-90-anything-goes.html
Word Art Wednesday……#90 with an uplifting family friendly sentiment

Psalm 23 Blessings,
Carole Robb Bisson
 


7 comments:

Susan M said...

It's a beautiful card Carole ! Love the soft plaid papers and the lovely flowers. The scripture is wonderful !

MaxineD said...

Love the way you have used the papers Carole - and those plaid butterflies are gorgeous.
Blessings
Maxine

CanadianScraps43 said...

Carol love how you have layered everything on this and so love the flourishes that you are around the scripture verse. So happy that I had the opportunity to share my card with you lovely ladies at Word Art Wednesday today. Hugs.

vicki said...

hi carole, wow such a pretty card the colours are beautiful and I just love the butterflies :)

have a lovely week and weekend,

hugs

vic

Rea said...

Pretty card, I love gingham and those cute little butterflies. Lovely scripture this week too.

Kailash said...

Such a pretty card Carole, love those sweet papers and flourish around that lovely sentiment!!
Thank You for always leaving such encouraging and meaningful comments on my cards, I so appreciate them:-)

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

I LOVE all the pattern mixing you did in this card, Carole. Blessings!