I promised to show you the beautiful cards of both of the people who chose to make a card showing or telling of one of the miracles in the Exodus with Moses and the Slaves. We had 2 people get 10 entries each towards our recent Blog Candy Extravaganza! Take a look at Janaria and Natalie's wonderful cards! Thank you for participating in this fun part of the Challenge!
|This card was made by Natalie.|
|This card was made for the challenge by Janaria.|
Saturday was World Card Making Day! I took full of advantage of this most important holiday! I made cards all day, and it is 10:18 now, and I am starting
to post some of this week's cards here in the blog. I hope that you had a great time celebrating, too!
I made this card for the Our Daily Bread Designs challenge to use all white on the card, except to use color for the stamped image. I used cuttle bug Swiss Dots for the back ground. A plain white cs from SU! for the large oval, which I paper pierced, and the third oval is made of a string of faux pearls. The image is from Clear Dollar Stamps. I love it! It is my favorite card I have made.
This card was also made for the CCC10 over at SCS. This was such a fun and easy card to make! I have never used this SU! Patterned Pines stamp before. I will use it a lot now. I made 10 of these for the month of September. We each set a goal of how many cards we would need a month to be ready to have them in the mail the first week or so in December. I chose 10 a month.With the Navy background, the red trees and ribbon and the white layer, (Red, White, and Blue), I thought I may donate these to Operation Write Home. Let me know if you would like details on this organization.
I loved making this card! Chances are, if you are going to receive a Thank You note from me any time soon, it may look similar to this one! I love this leaf stamp from Botanicals SU! I was surprised that I liked the So Saffron, ochre & navy together. I think I am really in a navy blue mood lately! LOL We don't get any real autumn here. I enjoyed thinking of playing in the leaves when I made this card! One more...