Tuesday, April 5, 2011

The Greatest Treasures

I'm doing something a little different today. A dear friend of mine recently had a stamp party at my house. Can you believe people do that? Oh my, I definitely need a twelve step program! :-) I had the opportunity to purchase a few sets. Naturally I couldn't wait to put them to good use! This particular sentiment really spoke to me.

The Bible says what we say reflects what our heart holds. The strongest Christians I have known in my life have had beautiful hearts. They care for people around them. They take time out of a hectic day to put someone at ease. They go out of their way to be kind to others. When they speak, you feel a sense of comfort and peace. This card is delightfully simple but complex all at the same time. It reflects the essence of those wonderful people. The greatest treasure we can give truly comes from the heart. Blessings to you! Give of your heart and it is bound to come back to you!


Card Recipe

Card Stock - Bazzill
Stamps - Close to My Heart - Heartfelt Treasures
Ink - CTMH - Garden Green, Indian Corn Blue, Moonstruck
Embossing Folder - Provocraft
Nestabilities - Lacey Circles, Standard Circles Large, Labels One
Embellies - Dew Drops Tundra by SMH
Fiber - Unknown


Dianne said...

Very elegant and beautiful card. Love the sentiment and embossing.


Sabrina aka okimom2girlz said...

Hi there my sweet friend!! I love this fun and fresh card! You are not the only one that needs that program ;D;D. Never had a stamp party at my house :D.
Thanks for sharing this beauty! Hugs, Sabrina

Tam said...

Very nice! I love the blue and white!

Anonymous said...

I am inspired to minister to others the way you do. I'm glad I found your blog, it is the essence of what I wanted mine to be. I'm sure I will receive much inspiration from your example. Thank you!

Anonymous said...

By the way, the card is beautiful! I love the sentiment and the simplicity of it.

Happy 10th Anniversary to Our Daily Bread Designs!

Good morning!  This week marks a very special milestone for Our Daily Bread Designs .  Many years ago, when I first encountered ODBD, I wa...