Vicki, I had to come back to your gallery at least once more, and this card touched my heart. I kept your layout and colors, changing only the images, and size.
This encouragement card is for another SCS'r, and I smiled to use the Kokirose wandering stitch, because she taught me how to do this on her first visit here, and I thought it was rather fitting with this Scripture. To think of all the twists and turns we face each day, and yet God is in them all, just as this Scripture promises.
Vicki, it's been quite a day, eh? Hope your lil commenting fingers are well, and I know your heart is full! Thanks for the encouragement you share in this place. Hugs...
Thanks for looking.
Date: Sunday, September 30, 2012 GMT Views: 1505
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Sun, Sep 30, 2012 @ 8:06 PM
Pat you are so sweet and please know that you have really touched my heart with these masterpieces... This card is sooo pretty and I love all the details that you have taken the time to include... From the touch of velvet to the beautiful sentiment... You have definitely made my day and I am so appreciative of all of you..... Thank you so much....
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Sun, Sep 30, 2012 @ 10:09 PM
God's word reaches through time and space to encourage and bring comfort to one who is in need through this beautiful card. I'm so thankful for all the wonderful women on SCS who take the time to bring beauty and a smile to the lives of others. Count yourself on that list, Pat. May you be blessed and may God touch Gabby with His healing words. His word never returns void.
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Mon, Oct 01, 2012 @ 4:07 AM
Gorgeous card! The layers and colors and all the design details are beautiful. Nice scripture reference as well. I have admired and commented on Kokirose's awesome wandering stitches, wishing I could do that. Considering, on the rare occasions I have stitched on a card, that I consider it "good" if I can just keep a straight stitch or zigzag on my card ... heehee! I think we SCS's should dub an official name for KR's stitching ... hmmm ... how about "Koki-stitches?"
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Mon, Oct 01, 2012 @ 11:46 AM
Pure comfort from the One who delivers--always!!
Your soft pastel card is exquisitely feminine in every way, and a perfect spot to place this comforting Scripture. Love the soft tendrils winding away from your flower and the hug from the wandering stitch (God bless Kokirose!) A real work of your heart, Sis!! LYMI
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Bless the LORD, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless His Holy Name! Psalm 103:1