I have wanted to use this set for the longest time, and I actually enjoyed it! This is my last masculine birthday card for the fall. This is for our middle son who is a pastor. I love this Scripture verse and know it will encourage him! (Since sending this off to him, a teen-ager in his church passed away after a long battle with cancer the day before our son’s birthday. Chris became very close to him and the family and conducted the funeral services. Please pray for Chris and this young boy’s family.)
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Thu, Nov 14, 2013 @ 1:36 PM
OMGosh Cheryl, you made me cry! I will pray for your son and that poor boy's family!... I was going to tell you how beautiful your card was before I read what you said...Well, of course it is still beautiful, I love it but even more now and I LOVE the scripture too!
Love you sweet sister!!
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Sun, Nov 17, 2013 @ 4:44 PM
Cheryl, this is one of the most amazing cards I have ever seen! If you weren't a Sistah Stick, this would be on the ODBD Blog for Customer Card of the Day for sure!!! The colors and shading and details are all perfection! Your son will cherish this birthday card!! Sending prayers for him and the boy's family....very sad....
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Thu, Nov 28, 2013 @ 6:06 PM
I am so sorry, Cheryl. I am praying for your son. Your work, as always, is gorgeous. Love the warmth and depth you achieved with your sponging and your color combination is fantastic. I have this set as well, and these are not colors I thought of. An inspirational and encouraging card for sure, and you have inspired me to look at it a different way. Hugs! Lee Ann