Saturday, April 19, 2014
~ What Our Lord Suffered ~
Welcome! And thank you so much for stopping by! This weekend marks one of the most holy in the Christian calendar. Yesterday, I had the distinct pleasure of looking back at Our Daily Bread Designs' April release. And the project featured a wonderful die cut cross. Today, I would like to focus on a quote that points directly to the impact of that cross. The stamp comes from ODBD's The Cross set.
I began with a simple kraft base and a white card stock mat. The DP is from Our Daily Bread Designs' Blooming Garden Collection. I stamped the sentiment on kraft paper with a dark brown ink and heavily distressed the paper. (In case you can't tell, I wrinkled, crinkled and practically ran over top the paper to get it to look this way...) I then curled back the top over a lead pencil (to mimic a scroll) and added some jute. I tied a bow and adhered the sentiment panel to the card. I added a white card stock die cut cross with dimensional foam. I really like this card for it's simplicity. I think it will make a great "man-card."
I hope you are enjoying a wonderful weekend. Blessings to you and yours!
Here's the products you see...
Paper - The Paper Studio, Georgia Pacific
Inks - Memento Rich Cocoa, Ranger Distress Ink - Vintage Photo
Misc. - Jute
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