Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Praise the Lord

Recipe for this card ~ Thank you for dropping by today ~ have a blessed week ~ Gail~

Cardstock - White, Yellow, Polk-a-Dot - Pink
Behind the Dragonfly - water colored on watercolor cardstock using  Distress Inks - cut off a strip for behind the cut out dragonfly and trail
SVG by Lori W - Portrait Die Cutting Machine
Poppy Stamps Bird die cuts from Serendipity Bird Frame - Cuttlebug Machine
Verve Scripture Stamp - Versafine Black Ink - Misti
Lawn Fawn Stitched Rectangle Dies - 2 sizes to create the frame - Cuttlebug Machine
Scotch White Glue - ATG

Inspired to create by:

April CHN Patterned Paper Challenge
April Verve Inspiration Challenge Yellow 

 WAW AG with Sentiment

Stamplorations April Challenge - Sentiment is the Focus UE

April Poppy Stamps FRAMED use at least one Poppy Stamps product - birds from Serendipity Bird #1

Sunny Day Crafting Bug's and Insects 1E


  1. Cute! Thanks for sharing at Sunny Day Crafting.
    Pause Dream Enjoy

  2. Such a sweet card!
    Thanks for joining us in the Poppystamps Framed Challenge!
    :) Rebecca

  3. Another delightful yellow card! Love those sweet tulips and the wonderful verse. Thanks for playing along!

  4. Love how you "Framed" your sentiment! Thank you so much for participating in Poppystamps "Framed" Challenge!

  5. Gorgeous card design, beautiful details and colours.
    Thank you for joining us over on Poppystamps challenge blog.
    Pam x

  6. Lovely card with the fab florals.

  7. Wonderful card with a lovely verse. Thanks for joining us at CHNC Patterned Paper Challenge this month.

  8. Hi Gail! Love your happy card, especially the way you used the dotty paper to frame one of my favorite scriptures! Beautiful! So glad you joined us at Poppystamps Challenge this month!

  9. Hi Gail! I love the sentiment on this card and the pretty tulips and butterfly!

  10. A lovely Spring-y card. Great job at embellishing around the sentiment that is the focus! Thanks for joining us at STAMPlorations this month.



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