Thursday, December 9, 2010

Bible Verse Thursday Challenge

Happy Thursday, everyone! Time for another Bible Verse Thursday Challenge over at Christian Paper Crafts! This week's challenge theme is "Bless The Little Children".....the challenge rules are this: your theme is anything to do with children, plus use any scripture verse on your card, layout, or altered item. Think outside the box....you don't just have to use a child image or a verse speaking of children, but....perhaps advice you would give to a child or teenager....or something they would like to have or like to do.....you can twist this theme any way you like!

I have made a "Stampin Up Only" or SUO card, for once! It's been a while since I've given my SU stamps or papers some love, so I broke out an old fave, "Elegant Inspirations", plus a set I had not used before, "Itty Bitty Buds". I love this verse because it is not only great advice to give to a child or young adult, but it's great advice for anyone. I remind myself of this verse often, whenever fear, doubt, or worry find their way into my mind.....the key words here are "ALL THINGS"! With Christ, there is absolutely NOTHING we can't do!!! Amen!!




Along with Bible Verse Thursday, I have also used the following challenges in the making of this card:
The layout is from the Mojo Sketch #168...isn't it great?!;
Craft Your Passion: Anything Goes;
Crafty Pad Challenge 100: Anything Goes;
Color Throwdown: Riding Hood Red, Pear, chocolate/kraft;
Color Dare: Riding Hood Red, Olive, Neutral;
Flutter By Wednesdays: Open challenge (butterfly);
Little Red Wagon: Die cut;
Stamp Something: Use Christmas colors;
Delightful challenges: Embossing.


Thanks so much for stopping by today! God Bless!!!


11 comments:

Tammy Hershberger said...

Beautiful card! Great use of the Mojo sketch and the Throwdown colors! LOVE the die you used to cut out the sentiment panel!

Glenda said...

Great take on the sketch and I love the paper piercing! Thanks for playing along with the Color Dare.

Lauretta See said...

wow.. elegant card! and you did a great take on that sketch! Thank you for joining us this week on our Anything Goes Challenge at Craft Your Passion. Best of luck!

Avril Tanner said...

Such a beautiful card! Thanks for playing along with LRW!

Traci S. said...

Hi Angie~

Great challenge! What is Christmas without children? It started with a little baby!

I read your introduction to the Card of the Day recipient and I
have been wondering how to show cards for consideration of this wonderful honor. Thanks for explaining it! Perhaps it could be posted on one of the ODBD sidebars.

I love your card. All of that paper piercing...I think that may be your "Trademark!"

That Scripture has brought me through so many scary things...into His light...out of the dark. Sounds like a Gloria Estefan song. That song reminds me of Him everytime...and about me being Saved.

He IS Able,
Traci S.

p.s. New email...ck the blog for it.

Joan said...

What a gorgeous card - love the layers and ribbon. Thanks for playing along with the Color Dare.

Debbie said...

Beautiful card and just love your ribbon. :) Thanks for sharing it with us at The Crafty Pad Challenge this week. :)
Don't forget to be eligible for the prize draw you need to display our 100th badge on your blog, leave a comment to guess the amount. Only one entry per person ;)
Pop over to the other DT blogs and join in with their mini challenges too. :)
Debbie The Crafty Pad

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

This is such a beautiful card. Love the lacey trim behind your ribbon and all your piercing accents. Thanks for playing Mojo Monday!

Marisa said...

Fabulous challenge card. That is one of my favorite verses adn you have framed it wonderfully. Lovely touch of sponging too. Thanks for playing the Color Dare this week!

Karyn said...

Such an elegant card. Love the stitch border. Thanks for playing along with us at Craft Your Passion this week. x x

rosalien said...

This is such a beautiful and elegant and stylish card. i love it, just like the verse. :)
Thanks for joining Delightful Challenges.

Hugs, Rosalien