Good morning to all of you that have popped in for a peek.
Today, as promised, I am showing you another card that I did for a challenge between a group of very dear friends at home. It helps to keep me connected with them while I am away.
We each take turns finding or creating a layout for us to make a card from, then we see how many different cards we can make using this layout.
Last weeks layout was a quick and easy one and fun to work with. I don't know where Karen got it from, it could have been her own design or something she had seen out there on the web. It was 3 squares across the bottom with a strip just above these and then a circle or square at the top.
This is the second card I came up with. You can see the first card by clicking here.
For this card I used a white card base then embossed a mat of Pacific Point from Stampin Up using their tulip folder. Instead of a ribbon or plain strip of card stock I punched a pretty decorative edge of white. The 3 squares across the bottom are from an old discontinued package of Stampin Up that matched the Pacific Point colour very well.
I love the verse on this one. I happened to pick it up at a garage sale down here this winter.
I hope you all have a wonderful day and come back soon for a visit.