Good Morning and Happy Friday! Today I promised to share some of my cards. (Before you leave, please be sure to read the last 2 paragraphs today.) These are a few of the cards that I made this week. You will notice that some of my cards do not have sentiments, or Scripture on them. I keep them that way, so that I can add that at the last moment, when I know why a card is needed. You will also notice that I am not an artist! I am a card-maker "wanna-be!" I do scrapbook, and I think I am more skilled in that area, but I haven't done it in years. Here you go:
I actually made 6 similar cards similar to this one for Rosh Hashanah--the Jewish New Year. Most of my family is still Jewish (for now). I love this peaceful image! I used similar paper for each one, and I paper pierced the paper on some. I stamped "Happy New Year" on the cards I sent out. I kept two without the sentiment for my "All Purpose" card stash. For those of you that may not know, Rosh Hashanah is a "High Holy Day" for Jews. That and Yom Kippur. Yom Kippur is the Day of Atonement...A Super Serious Day...the day when you ask for forgiveness...for the entire year! They are both serious holidays. Not at all like the celebrated January 1st Holiday.