Monday, November 17, 2008

Taylor's Sketch

I had a little bit of time to stamp this weekend since Kevin had weekend duty. I don't usually stamp on the weekends since I try to spend time with hubby when he's home and not be holed up in my stamp room. (It makes for a much happier marriage.)
I had already stamped and embossed this Psalm on several different papers so when the time came to use it I'd just have to put the card together. Seeing Taylor's sketch for this weekend I figured it fit my Psalm 23 from ODBD pretty well.

What do you think of the Amen at the end? For some reason, I just wanted an Amen there!

Hope you're all having a great start to your week. Thank you for stopping by!

Card Recipe~
ODBD Psalm 23, Inque Boutique French Quarter
Ink: Versamark
Paper: Unknown DP, Black CS
Accessories: May Arts Black Swirl Organdy, Dimensionals. SU Oval Punches, Doodlebug Black mini Brads, Cuttlebug Vintage Corner Die & Textile Texture Folder, SU Black EP, Computer Generated Amen


Rose Ann said...

Your card is so beautiful, and I love the verse!! Lovely card, Angel!!

Megan said...

Very pretty!

Taylor VanBruggen said...

So pretty, Angel! That verse really pops with the black embossing! Thanks for playing the sketch challenge!

Jami {sgtStamper} said...

Gorgeous!! Love all that embossing!!! And I think the Amen is perfect! :)
Hugs, Jami

silkeledlow said...

Simply beautiful - Angel!!! I like the *Amen* at the end!!!

nancy morgan said...

This is gorgeous Angel! I just love your elegant style and attention to the smallest detail. I LOVE the's perfect. I left a little award for you at my blog today :) !!! hugs, nancy

Leslie Miller said...

Beautiful use of this sketch and the "amen" is perfect at the end. I completely agree about spending time with your husband. You know that old saying, "the family that plays together stays together"... Sometimes it's hard to fit in the stamping, but stamps don't have feelings and they can't give you a hug when you need it.

Deborah said...

Such a familiar verse to me, as I recite it each day. Your card is just lovely Angel! I love the layered Amen at the bottom! Deb said...

Angel, I love the boldness of your card - it is striking! And the Amen is a special, special touch!!

Jane Wetzel said...

This is soooo pretty Angel! tfs!

Cheryl Lynn Hirzel said...

Beautiful card - and I love your 'Amen' at the end. The word itself means "So be it" or "Be it so" and it punctuates the whole chapter and makes it personally yours.