Friday, December 13, 2013

His Love Endures Forever

I decided today would be a great day to enter the "Our daily Bread" challenge over at the Our Daily Bread Blog.  One of the requisites of the challenge is to use one of their stamps ( you don't absolutely have too) The ODB stamps are made of high quality purple rubber and they stamp up beautifully. Best of all, they have a vast amount of   wonderful scripture stamps to make beautiful cards and gifts with!! They also have lots of images and dies.
 
 
 For this challenge you need to make the card with a nontraditional fold, I chose a petal card:
 
 
Inside
 

The inside Scripture is Psalm 100:5
 
For the Lord is Good and His Love Endures Forever! 
His faithfulness continues through all generations.
 
What a wonderful verse!!  No matter what His Love Endures Forever!!
 
 
I made a few more cards for a little shop I sell to, these cards sell for 2.00 each.
 
 
 
 
 
I got to get last night with a few stampy friends and I received this card from Crystal AKA Super Stamp  Girl, She won a Featured Artesian spot with this cute card!
 
 
I'm having a great deal of fun making my Use it up Scraps , I've lost count for theweek, I'll post the cards on Monday .
here is one pile and then I just found another box of parts!!  I had said originally 500 cards, I bet now it is up to 600, anyone want to take a guess?  I think I'll have a contest next WOYWW, stay tuned ...
 
 
 
 
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend, We promised a foot of snow here!!
I'm looking forward to a cozy home weekend!
Thanks for stopping by
Ginny M

4 comments:

  1. Oh, Ginny, what a beautiful petal-fold card! I am in awe of its beauty and just love the papers you've used! And of course, there's a wonderful Scripture verse inside that says it all! His love endures forever! So glad you joined us this week for the ODBD Shining the Light challenge! Hugs!

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  2. Will be interesting to see how many cards you make with the scraps!!!! I give my scraps, card swaps, and extra cards to a lady at church to repurpose and send out to shut ins, etc. Soooo pleased, and thus do not have much in the way of left overs! Your idea is a wonderful way to go too,
    Hugs,
    Jan

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  3. Hi Ginny, thanks for the blog mention! And I'm very curious as to how many cards you will get from scraps too! Stay warm tonight and hunker down!!

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  4. Wow Ginny!! I just love your fold on your red and white card as well as the papers!! The sentiment in the inside is so full of promise and says it all!! Thanks so much for joining us at ODBD this week!!

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