Sunday, September 29, 2013

Our Daily Bread Designs Fall Card

The weather news this week displayed maps of the U.S. showing where trees were changing colors. I noticed some of the sites were places we've gone on fall photo trips. My memory is full of scenes with the beauty of God's creation in the fall. He designed our world as the Master Artist. This was a fall photo I took in the Wyoming Tetons when the trees started to turn red and gold.

 This year, I chose to make cards with fall colors instead of taking photo trips.  This card uses a Scripture from Our Daily Bread Designs that is perfect for seasonal cards. It's from their Scripture Collection 1. I typed the beautiful verse here for easy translation for those who use translations to read my blog post.

"To everything there is a season, A time for every purpose under heaven." Ecclesiastes 3:1

The current word for the challenge at Word Play Saturday is "Seasons." When I think of the way our four seasons are distinct where I live as well as "reliable," I think of the way God can be counted on to bring each of the four seasons, year after year. When I studied science in college I saw the beauty of God's design in the way our planets rotate around the sun to bring each season. Despite climatic variations, such as colder, warmer, drier, or wetter weather some years, we still get four different seasons, year after year. What a beautiful illustration of what some call the "immutability" or unchanging nature of God.  How great is the fact that God never changes! His love, His Word, and His nature never change. His promises never change. We can count on His love, mercy, and grace to be the same today as they were yesterday, to be the same for us as they were for the saints of old.

So here is my card representing "Seasons."

I embossed the background with Cuttlebug branch of leaves. A small strip of autumn leaves dp long retired from CTMH anchors the Spellbinders die cut, verse, organdy ribbon, leaves, and mocha pearls. I used a Martha Stewart leafy branch punch with New England Ivy cs and one leaf from Recollections. I sponged Cranberry ink on the embossed leaves and cocoa ink on the edges of the papers.

May God bless you  as you see the beauty in His creation and understand His unchangeable love for you!

I'm sharing this card with the following challenges:
Craftitude #49 - Anything Goes or Harvest
Crazy 4 Challenges #205 - use bows
Delightful Challenge - Happy Fall Y'all
Our Daily Bread Designs Shining the Light #172 - Anything goes with Our Daily Bread Designs
Simply Create Too #47 - Autumn
Word Art Wednesday #99 - anything goes with Scripture or uplifting, encouraging verse
Word Play Saturday - "Season"

Thursday, September 26, 2013

A Little Bit of Sunshine . . . Pumpkin Vase

I've been honored to be on the design team of CDS. At first I was a customer because they had so many Scripture digis and other faith-related sentiments. They were initially named Clear Dollar Stamps. Earlier this year the name was changed to Clearly Digi Stamps. You may have seen the announcement that they will be closing on the last day of this month.

In honor of their closing, I thought I'd highlight some of their digis and give you a chance to consider getting some of their digis for the last time.

From now until the 30th of September all digis and SVG files will be 25% off!  Enjoy!
Enter this code at checkout:  SEPT30CLOSING
Clearly Digi Stamps will be closing September 30th

Here's a card I made using one of the fall images by Austie Bost in a set called Decorative Flowers.
There is also a separate set of images that are all outline drawings for you to color here. I chose this because of the fall pumpkin holding the flowers.

I chose this verse for the inside on the left:
Here's a jpg file of the verse I typed in case you'd like to use it some time.
Here is the lovely photo from Basic Grey Challenges that I used for choosing fall colors:

I used this sketch from Papertake Weekly:

All of my designer papers are from Basic Grey (Origins and Nook & Pantry). The front sentiment is from a zip strip at the top of a retired CTMH Pemberly paper. I used Photoshop to lighten some of the colors on the colored image so that I could add colors with Copics: R01, R02, R21, R81; RV23; E00; Y13; G24, G85, N0, and the 0 blender.

Thank you for visiting. May you grow in God's grace and share your sunshine with the world around you!

I'm sharing this card with the following challenges:
Basic Grey Challenges - Autumn Colors
Crafty Little Fairies - Autumn Colors
Die Cuttin' Divas #134 - Fall Colors
Going Grey with Scrap-Creations - Fall
Papertake Weekly - sketch #83
Word Art Wednesday #99 - anything goes with Scripture or uplifting, encouraging verse


Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Perfect Sentiments Challenge #93 - Holiday Snowflakes

This week at The Perfect Sentiments Challenge the design team made cards with snowflakes. They can be stamped, die cut, embossed, or any way you can add them to your card. Remember to add a sentiment of your choice to the front of your card.  Earlier this week my hubby was in southwest Colorado where it was snowing already in the San Juan Mountains. I would rather see your lovely snowflake creations or see his snow photos than to actually have snow here where we live.  We hope you'll join our challenge with your own fun creations.

I chose the sentiment "Kisses from Heaven" because I remember the feeling of looking up during snowfall and having snowflakes alight on my face like a gentle kiss. Sound familiar?

I used three embossing folders for this card. The heart is included on the card and is embossed with hearts to represent the love God has for us, even when sending snow! Both the heart and the snowflake were cut using the Cricut Artiste cartridge at 2.5" and the Kraft border on the left is a remnant after cutting some frames using the Cricut Artbooking cartridge. (I'm trying to save my abundance of "scraps" and find good uses for them.) The Kraft border was stamped with a tiny CTMH snowflake.

I'm sharing this card with the following challenges:
Amusing Challenge - pearls and/or gems (pink sparkles and red glitter gems on the small snowflakes)
Card Mania #30 - use at least 1 button
Craft-Room Challenge - Use something wooden (the wooden button)
Creative Craft Challenge #19 - use ribbon
Christmas Stampin' All Year #34 - anything goes to spread Christmas cheer
Use It Tuesdays #64 - use 2 hoarded items (pink CTMH ribbon from 2005 and one of only a few wooden buttons from two years ago that I've been hoarding)


Twist of Faith #56 - Let's Get Sketchy

Twist of Faith Card Challenges

This week at Twist of Faith #56, we have a lovely sketch to share with you. Here's the encouraging verse that was shared this week:

Let them give thanks to the  Lord for his unfailing love and his wonderful deeds for men, for he satisfies the thirsty and fills the hungry with good things.
Psalm 107 8-9

This wonderful sketch was created by our very own Design Team member - Hillary!  Don't you just love it?  We love Hillary, but are sad today because this will be the last challenge that Hillary will be part of our Design Team.  We are excited about her future endeavors but will miss her!  Hillary, please come back and join us often!!!!

For our challenge this week you should use the above sketch as your "map".  Feel free to stretch it, flip it, as you see fit, as long as your end creation layout resembles this original basic sketchLet your Creations begin. We can't wait to see them.

Our gracious Sponsor this week is the fabulous Bugaboo Digi Stamps!  The challenge prize for our random winner is a wonderful prize of SEVEN DIGITAL IMAGES... winner's choice!

I used the Bugaboo digi called Right Beside You Silhouette for a card for friends. I love the sentiment that came with the digi. I've been so blessed in life to have many wonderful friends. The Bible has so much to say about friendship. It gives us Christ's example about sacrificial love and teaching throughout both old and new Testaments about love and friendship indicates how important it is. One of my favorite passages comes from John:

John 15:12-15 “This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends. You are my friends if you do what I command you. No longer do I call you servants, for the servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you friends, for all that I have heard from my Father I have made known to you.
Read more:

I sponged ink behind the image after printing it. I used three of those colors to also sponge the edges of the white embossed fishtail "banner/ribbon" shapes. I used CTMH inks on sponges: Pacifica, Hollyhock, Autumn Terracotta, Honey, and Olive.

Sunset Inspiration came from this Incy Wincy Designs photo:
I hope you'll join our sketch challenge at Twist of Faith this week. We look forward to seeing your interpretation of this fun sketch!
I'm sharing this card with the following challenges:

Creative Creations Challenge #19 - Photo inspiration of a GARDEN
Digi Makeover Challenge #107 - use a digi with Anything Goes
Get Inky! Challenge #13 - Song inspiration (I used tree and love/friendship)
Incy Wincy Designs Challenge - Photo Inspiration - Sunset
Make My Monday - Flowers or Trees
Word Art Wednesday #98 - Anything Goes with Scripture or uplifting/encouraging verse

Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Perfect Sentiment Challenge #92 - Find Me Some Fall

Where we live fall is a beautiful time of year, but not nearly as much as areas that have aspens or sugar maples turning bright yellow or red. Here the pumpkins are ready in the area farmer's markets.


Our sponsor is Pattie's Creations who is providing 3 free digis to our lucky winner.

I used her fall image with a pumpkin cut into a watering "can" with two mums, the fall flower I used to line the church railing at my wedding some years ago.
I used this sketch from A Die for a Sketch:

The inside verse is encouragement from a Plain Jane stamp from Verve:
Be strong and take heart all you who hope in the Lord. Psalm 31:24. 
The papers I used were retired Close To My Heart Colonial White cardstock, "Moonlight" and "Flirty." I used two dies from Spellbinders, Scalloped Circle and Foliage 2. The scalloped circle was sponged with CTMH whisper near the edge while it was still in the die. This is the way the dies are used like a stencil so that the edges stay white. The foliage was cut from the same green designer paper on the sides, but colored over with a darker Green G99 Copic marker. Because Copic inks are translucent, you can still slightly see the design of the paper on the leaves.   
Copics used: V04, V09, V15: YG03, G24, G99; Y17, Y32, E13 and W1 for the shadow.  I built up layers of color on the pumpkin trying to get what I wanted: YR02, YR04, YR61, YR68.
I'm sharing this card with the following challenges:
A Die for a Sketch -#16 - September sketch
Craft Your Passion #180 - Autumn/fall colors
Crafty Sentiments Designs - fall/autumn colors
Eureka Weekly Challenge #57 - color inspiration
Lexi's Creations - Autumn Colors
Oldie But a Goodie - Dies and Punches
(Pin)spirational Challenge #75 - photo inspiration - colors of autumn
The Crazy Challenge #154 - Color inspiration photo
Word Art Wednesday #97 - Anything Goes with Scripture or encouraging uplifting sentiment

Twist of Faith #55 - Buttons

There were so many lovely entries on the Twist of Faith challenge last week. It's a delight to see everyone's creations. My post will be brief thanks to back and hip problems today! I told a friend today that as different body parts "fall apart" I'm just reminded that this place on earth is not my real home.

Now onto our new challenge -       Challenge #55 theme is:  Buttons
             We want to see Buttons in your creations.  And we can't wait to see how you use them.

Our sponsor for the week is Robyn's Fetish Digital Stamps and More, who has generously offered the winner of this weeks challenge 5 digital images of your choice!  WOW!  And here is a little bit about our sponsor: 

Robyn's Fetish Digital Stamps And More is proud to sponsor this challenge. Robyn's Fetish Digital Stamps And More, a division of I Did It Creations, was created and is owned by Robyn Weinrib.  Robyn offers a wonderful variety of digital stamps and digital papers, designed to meet the needs of all digital paper crafting addicts for every occasion.

Robyn’s Fetish Digital Stamps And More is happy to award 5 digital stamps of the winner’s choice to this challenge.

At Twist of Faith this week we shared this encouragement from the Bible with you :

Let him have all your worries and cares,  for he is always thinking about you and watching everything that concerns you.  1 Peter 5:7
I chose the image of Apple Harvest from Robyn's Fetish so that I could add red buttons on the tree to represent apples. I used an embossing folder with apples to make the Holiday Red strip that I sanded, revealing the white core that CTMH cardstock always had.  With all this fruit, I couldn't help but think about the fruit of the Spirit mentioned in Galatians.
Here are the verses I printed on a 4" x 6" card to use on the inside and out. It's saved as a jpg file so that you can click on it to get the larger version, then right click to do a "Save as." When you're ready to print, you can size it to fit a 6" x 4" card like I did or any other size.
Just as I pray for myself, I'm also praying for you that God's Spirit will lead us and fill us with the fruit of the Spirit that others may see Jesus working in our lives.
I used this fun Sweet Sunday Sketch # 193:
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I'm sharing this card with the following challenges:
ABC45 - Fall  (apple season in the U.S.)
Crafty Boots Challenge - A is for Apple
One Stitch at a Time #181 - Autumn/Fall (apple season in the U.S.)
Word Art Wednesday #97 - Anything goes with Scripture, uplifting, or encouraging verse

Sunday, September 15, 2013

Artbooking Blog Hop - Stampers with an Attitude

Welcome to our fun Stampers with an Attitude Blog Hop. Today we are highlighting the fabulous Close To My Heart Cricut Artbooking cartridge. You may have come here from Angela Garcia's blog.

I made a Heritage Layout using the Frosted paper pack and several keys on the Artbooking cartridge. My brother was born on Christmas Eve. I used to feel that he might not feel special since we were all celebrating Christmas, too, but I had some photos of him that definitely showed his enjoyment.

I used the layout on page 86. I love the overlays, but this time for the background I just wanted to use the snowflake papers from Frosted Paper Pack cut at the same size. I really love the way that you can set the size dial at 11" and each of the elements will cut to fit the page without struggling to figure out what size it should be. Here are the elements from that page that I used:

Here are details about the left page:
---Another change I made was for the main photo on the left page. Instead of having a large horizontal 5" x 7" photo, I just made the Sorbet mat that size and a 5" x 3.5" vertical photo. My typed journaling strips fit beside that smaller photo. The Chocolate mat had a star and I used a small scrap of Crème Brulee cardstock to fit behind that star.
---I made a Juniper banner for the title. I made each of the words in the title "happy" and "Birthday" a different color and added "Christmas Eve" using the Keyboard Kraft Alphabet. I wanted the Cricut words to have shadows so I cut Chocolate words the same size and slightly offset them under the Sorbet and Ruby words.
---I cut the gifts in Chocolate. The background of the gifts were cut in four different colors, cut apart to adhered behind the specific gifts,  and the pieces I didn't use I filed for future use.
---I added two knotted retired ribbons above the title which seemed to tie everything together.

Details about the right page:
---My photos weren't 4" x 4," so I used the Real Dial Size to cut the two chocolate frames that were originally for 5" x 7" photos. I made my own Sorbet frames simply using my paper cutter, making them 1/4" thick. they were given ribbon "tabs" to match the ribbon on the left page.
---I also tied the photos together using the circular "December" piece from page 57 at Real Dial Size 3," with a 3" chocolate mat, from page  63, cutting the numbers "24" with Real Dial Size 3/4."

---The last detail from the right page is the colorful arrow-type shape I used to focus attention on the birthday cake photo of my little brother. Once again I used 4 different colors of cardstock and used mix and match to connect them together. These were cut from page 38, <1>.

If you've gone through the entire blog hop, I hope you've enjoyed seeing the possibilities of this great cartridge. I hope my layout also inspired you to consider using it for heritage photos. I recently made an album about the life of  my husband's 90 year old aunt. I made it in 3 days incorporating much of the Artbooking cartridge (but had no time for photos of pages). The layout designs and elements on each page of the Artbooking guide made it really quick to scrapbook!

If you don't have this cartridge, you should know that it comes with 3 stamp sets that match many of the elements on the cartridge and 3 sets of matching chipboard shapes. You can only get the cartridge set from a Close To My Heart consultant. I hope you'll consider getting this cartridge from me here. If you do, I will send you a thank you stamp set which you can choose from me after your order.

I hope you enjoyed our creations! I'm the last one on the blog hop. If you missed the beginning and you'd like to continue by going back to the first one, please go to Pamela O'Connor's blog.

I'm sharing this project with the following challenges:
4 Krafty Girlz Challenge #1 - Anything Goes
Alphabet Challenge  - P for Paper Piecing (gifts and arrows)
Charisma Cardz Challenge #36 - use Numbers on any papercraft
Creative Moments #25 - Birthday Anything Goes
Gingerloft Challenge - Anything But a Card
Inspire Me Fridays #120 - Anything Goes
Jellypark Challenges - All About the Kids
Oldie But A Goody - Spots and Stripes (gifts have both and old retired ribbon has red/brown stripes)
Penny's Paper-Crafty Challenge #144 - Anything Goes
Totally Papercrafts #184 - Birthday Boys

Clearly Digi Stamps Blog Hop using Christmas Card Sentiments

***Important Announcement***
Today will be the last Blog Hop for our Clearly iStamp Blog. As a home schooling mom, Lori McCroskey has decided to close the Clearly Digi Stamps store at the end of this month. I was both happy and sad for her, knowing how hard it can be when life changes affect the direction of our lives. I'm happy that she has been sensitive to the leading of the Lord and is obedient to what is best for her family.  You can find her touching post here at the Clearly iStamp Blog.  She announced a special sale before the end of the month:
From now until the 30th of September all digis and SVG files will be 25% off!  Enjoy!
Enter this code at checkout:  SEPT30CLOSING

She also mentioned that Laurie Wilson will be gradually moving her fun digi sets to her blog, Doodle Pantry. I will also be joining the Doodle Pantry Design Team!
If you came here from Dana's blog you're on the right track for the blog hop. Today I'm using Lori McCroskey's stamp set "Christmas Card Sentiments." This is a great set of sentiments for the inside as well as the outside of your Christmas cards. It also contains Christmas Scriptures. Be sure to check out all of them at the link above.

Here is my CAS type Christmas card using Christmas Card Sentiments, Cricut Artbooking, 2 shades of Green Glitter paper, and the Sizzix/Tim Holtz "Wood Grain" embossing folder, using the Mojo Monday Sketch for this week and the Merry Monday Christmas Card Club #74 to use green, white, and woodgrain.

.  My outside sentiment was printed first before embossing. I folded a piece of cardstock to fit over and behind the sentiment before I embossed it so it wasn't as deeply embossed as the rest.

 The tree and the background woodgrain were both cut using the <L> key of the Cricut Artbooking cartridge. I really like the way you can size this woodgrain to fit your card using Real Dial Size. The square woodgrain overlay was cut at 6.25, just smaller than my card and trimmed off the right side to fit the 5" width. The center sentiment panel is 4" x 4" with the Pear mat cut at 4.25" square. The tree was cut at 3.75" to fit the panel. The left side strips were cut at 5/8" and 3/8."

This inside sentiment is my favorite and goes with the sentiment printed on the front since they both talk about the JOY we have in Christ.  Printing your own inside sentiment allows you to add your own "signature" like I did using MS Word or Photoshop. My card is 6.5" x 5" so I printed my sentiment easily on a 6" x 4" card. That makes it easy to print a stack of the sentiments to use inside cards.

Here you can see all of the other sentiments in the set:

If you comment and leave your email address, I'll put your name in a drawing to receive this stamp set free! The Winner will be chosen by 5pm eastern daylight savings time on Wednesday, September 18th, so leave your comment before then. I will contact the winner on Thursday. (If you've already gotten that set, you may select another set.)
To continue on the Blog Hop, you're ready to go to Jennifer's blog.

I'm sharing this card with the following challenges:
Craft-Room Challenge - Trees and/or leaves
Craft Your Passion #179 - Glitter and/or Gloss (CTMH green glitter cardstock)
Creative Creations #18 - Early Christmas Makes
Digi Makeover #105 - Make your own background
Merry Monday Christmas Card Club #74 - green, white, and woodgrain
Mojo Monday #310 - sketch
Our Daily Bread Designs SLC #170 - Get Ready for Christmas
Simon Says Stamp - Embossing
Stamps + Fun = Creativity #168 - Wood
Word Art Wednesday #97 - Anything Goes with Scripture or uplifting verse

6.5" x 5" Christmas Card Recipe:
Digital Stamps - CDS Christmas Card Sentiments
Paper - all CTMH - White Daisy, Pear, and Green Glitter Cardstock, retired "Believe" patterned paper (green stars-strip under the banner strip)
Tools - printer;  CTMH Cricut Artbooking cartridge; Sizzix Tim Holtz "Wood Grain" embossing folder


Saturday, September 14, 2013

Clearly Digi Stamps Sheltering Light Cards


Lori McCrosky, owner of  Clearly Digi Stamps, just made the difficult announcement that her store will be closing September 30. You can see her post here. I will show cards using some of my favorite CDS stamps for the rest of this month so that you can see if there are any you must have before they close. Also, come back on Sunday morning to see our last BLOG HOP.

From now until the 30th of September all digis and SVG files will be 25% off!  Enjoy!
Enter this code at checkout:  SEPT30CLOSING

Looking through my card stash made me realize I need a lot more masculine cards. Here are two masculine cards I made with images from Clearly Digi Stamps using Laurie Wilson's set called "Sheltering Light." (Laurie will gradually be adding her CDS stamps to her store, "Doodle Pantry.")

I chose this week's challenge sketch and photo inspiration at Fusion for both cards. I rotated the sketch 90 degrees and used the octopus inspiration for a sea scene.

I also used this boat scene from Challenges and Candies for color inspiration emphasizing blue, green, red and white.

My first card uses two of the sentiments and one of the lighthouse stamps in this set. It's made using the Close To My Heart papers and canvas oar sticker from the "Tommy" collection and the CTMH black button brads and hemp. I used the pre-colored image, then re-colored parts of it for shadows on the lighthouse and grass and darker sky. I altered the image in Photoshop by using the ellipse tool to make it an oval for the sketch used. The sentiment was a one line row of words. I used Photoshop to copy and paste a new document with the words in two lines so I could punch it out with a 1.75" circle punch. The Outdoor Denim scalloped circle behind it was cut with the Spellbinder's Scalloped Circle Nestabilities.
The inside of the card uses a Scripture from the set:

I believe I shared another time about one of my friends who lived in Brazil with her husband and baby. One night when she was home alone with the baby, a man broke into her home with a machete. She had her baby in her arms when she saw him come into the hallway where she was standing. She cried out, "Dear Jesus, help me!" The man looked above her head and had a frightened look in his eyes. He turned and ran out. She and I were sure he must have seen God's angels protecting her.  His name IS A STRONG TOWER OF SAFETY.

My second card was inspired by the Card Crafters Challenge to use checks and tartan plaids. I used the same sketch and this time didn't shade the colored image from Clearly Digi Stamps.

The papers are from The Paper Studio and some very old blue plaid from Close To My Heart. The sentiment is a Scripture from Close To My Heart's new set called "Look to the Light."

Here's the list of challenges for these cards:
Card Crafters Challenge #92 - checks and tartans - for second card
Challenges and Candies #16 - photo of boats color inspiration

Chocolate Coffee and Cards #48 - Anything Goes
Crafty Catz #198 - cards for Men and Boys
Fusion #17 - octopus picture theme inspiration and sketch
Kitty Bee Designs #8 - Water
Polka Doodles #137 - One for the Boys
Ruby's Rainbow #62 - It's a Male Thing
The Sisterhood of Crafters - Use a digi
Word Art Wednesday #97 - Anything goes with Encouraging verse or Scripture


Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Perfect Sentiment Challenge #91 - Thank You Card

It's time for another challenge at The Perfect Sentiment. This week we're challenging you to


Our Sponsor this week is Stitchy Bear Digital Stamps that has an amazing number of digis. One lucky winner will get 3 free digis!

My card today uses the Stitchy Bear Image called, "Finch on Pine."
I used this fun sketch from Sweet Sunday Sketch  #192.
The finches where we live are yellow, so I used these Copic markers on the image: Y13, Y15, Y17(beak), N0, N2, N4 (for shading), YG16 (pine needles), E44 and a lighter one (on pine cone), and BG70, BG10, and B000 (on the sky). 
I'm sharing this card with the following challenges:
Clear it Out Challenge - Thank you card and stash item (retired stamp sentiment and wooden button)
Creative Card Crew #44 - Things with Wings
Cuttlebug Mania - Back to Nature (Cuttlebug embossing folder "Pinking Stitch" used on yellow strip)
Craft-room Challenge - Trees and/or leaves (pine branch)

MME Scripture Notecard #4

Here's another simple Scripture notecard that I'm making for sets of 10 notecards for the craft fairs in area churches this fall. This one has some bulkier embellishments.

I chose this color scheme from Inspired By:

I love this verse about God being a sun and shield for those of us who walk uprightly in Him. I think of the sun being a reference to the light, allowing us to see the direction we should take. The shield is a beautiful reference to the way He protects us. It has the promise, too, of God giving us His grace, which I know I need to get through each day - and to be able to walk uprightly as the verse says! Thanks to His grace and the salvation we have in Christ, we will be with Him someday in Glory.  The last promise is that He will give us what is good ("no good thing will He withhold") if we walk uprightly. We don't do this in our own strength or goodness, but by Christ's Spirit that lives in us as believers.

The verse is from Our Daily Bread Designs and the flower is from Verve's "Hope Blooms." I I stamped it with CTMH Sunset and colored it with Copics (YR61, YR68, RV14).  The card base is one of the My Mind's Eye "Bright Basics."

I'm sharing this card with the following challenges:
Aud Sentiments Challenge #88 - Any Sentiment
Going Grey with Scrap creations - polka dots
Inspired By #87 - color palette above
Loves Rubber Stamps #69 - Have a Sentiment on the Front
Word Art Wednesday #96 - Anything goes with Scripture or uplifting sentiment