Double challenge fun!!

This week I have been working like a crazy lady on wedding invitations!! Last Sunday the final decisions were made by the Bride and Groom and I need to have them wrapped and ready for This Sunday.  Sounds crazy but we love this couple and honestly I feel honored that they would have me do them.  I am uber happy with the results!  I can't even give you a sneak peak until I know they are in the mail, but they are beautiful.  The theme was a challenge as well as the colors!!  So stay tuned for these!
Today In between working on the invitations and everything else here at 'maxam making'
I whipped up three cards for challenges!  Two I can show you now and then one on Monday, have to wait it is a design team card!
For the wonderful blog Word Art Wednesday - Here :  The Challenge verse was :

As a teacher of young adults and having been one sometime after the Flood, I can appreciate the need for a credible reputation,  acting on this verse is a sure way of achieving it!
Here is my card:
The next blog challenge was for Mojo Monday,  it is here:
These challenges are really fun  and not only do you get to stretch yourself, in the end you have more great cards!!
Here is my card:
The stamp is from Our Daily Bread designs and the paper is DCWV.  The butterfly is a fussy cut from the paper with a little liquid pearl.
Both of these cards are 5x7
I favor the second one because of the strong contrasts and I like the Mojo layout very much.
I hope you all have a great weekend and find so time to create!
Ginny M


Davi said…
Such beautiful cards, a very wise choice of scripture! A gorgeous butterfly on the second one ;)
Lagene said…
Wow! Gorgeous cards!
A compass, with the stripes and zig zags really send a message, Add that great sentiment and you have a really winner.
Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful artwork with us at WAW. We appreciate your participation and love seeing the diverse gifts and talents.
Carole Robb Bisson

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