Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Glory to God

     I'm back....finally!!  My Mom had been in the hospital and then rehab.  Thankfully she is home and doing fine.  My sister came to visit.  My mother-in-law turned 90 so we had more family company.  She is still in great health and is such a wonderful mother-in-law. So it was one thing after another and stamping took a backseat.  I had Thanksgiving stamps that didn't see ink....horrors!
     I saw this nativity die cut at Taylored Expressions and loved it!  It can be used in whole or in part.  The verse is by Our Daily Bread Designs.
     The card was hard to photograph because the embossed background is gold metallic card stock. The verse was embossed with gold powder.  I kept it CAS to keep the nativity the focus.
      Hope all is well at your home and your mojo is flowing for the Christmas season!!

Flourishes - use gold or silver
Stampin' Sisters in Christ - Christmas card
Word Art Wednesday - anything goes



  1. Beautiful Linda, love the added embossing with the die cut!

  2. Such a beautiful card! You did a great job on it!

  3. Beautiful card, that die but is fantastic. Thanks for sharing this with Flourishes and best of luck!

  4. Beautiful, I love that embossed background with that die, lovely verse to go with it too!!
    Glad to hear your mom is home and doing well.

  5. This is so gorgeous, Linda! I LOVE the blue and silver!!

  6. Hi Linda! I am SO super glad that you were able to come by this week and play along with us at Word Art Wednesday. I absolutely LOVE your card, because...after all, the nativity is where Christmas began. This really puts the heart into Christmas, and the card itself is absolutely gorgeous. Thanks so much for blessing us by creating and sharing this with us. Hope you're having a great week, and if you make any other cards this week, we would LOVE to have you share them. Wednesday starts a new double prize challenge. Hope that you can play along. Blessings to you always, and thanks again.
    Karen L
    Word Art Wednesday


Thanks for such encouraging comments!