Sunday, April 3, 2011

Well Wishes: Luke 18:17

I did not get a lot of other cards made this week. Some weeks are just busier than others. But I did get my card done for my favorite day of the week; Sunday's challenge at Stampin' Sisters in Christ.

This week it was my turn to choose the verse for this week's challenge. The verse I chose is from the book of Luke chapter 18 verse 17.

"Amen I say to you, whoever does not accept the kingdom of God like a child will not enter it."
About an hour before Mass tonight my phone rang. It was one of the ladies from church who was scheduled to do tonight's readings. She had broken a hip and after a somewhat lengthy recovery (at age 89) she was back in the rotation. Well, Martha asked me to cover for her saying that she felt a little uncertain, so I said I would. Normally when it is my turn to do the readings I practice several times during the week so I was a bit nervous myself. When we arrived at church I was surprised to see  Martha. She felt better and was still going to do the reading but wanted me to sit with her and take over if she could not finish. She just needed a little support - she did great too. Trust - she placed her trust in me and together we placed our trust in God.

Please see my full devotion at the home page of Stampin Sisters in Christ.

This week the challenge is to create a card or project for a child.

I made this card for my granddaughter who had to have her tonsils out this week. It is scary for an 8 year old to go through a surgery and I wanted to send her a little comfort. I stamped the image, colored it and cut it out. Then I used several pages from the BG Olivia DP. I found the charm in my stash and placed a few dew drops on it. The seam binding ribbon was a gift!

Our sponsor this week is Clear Dollar Stamps with a $15 gift certificate.

Be sure to stop by my SSIC design sisters to see what they have to share this week:


Grace Nywening: Th-INK-ing of You
Lisa Hjulberg: The Craft's Meow
Peggysue Turner: Roses By My Window
Rebekka Reed: Diamond in the Rough
Kristine Breach: Ink Something
MariLynn DeGroot - Mississippi McGyver
Sabrina Jackson - SJ Butterfly Dreams
Randi Barret: A New Creation (On break)

It is always great to see you, thanks for the comments!

Have a wonderful week filled with blessings.
 




Recipe:
Stamps: Better Get Better from My Favorite Things
Paper: GKD Pure Luxury White and black
Designer Paper: BG - Olivia
Other: Heart punch, charm, binding ribbon, dew drops, Copics to color

Challenges: 
Creative Card Crew - for a child
Aud Sentiments Challenge  -A sentiment/card for a child
One Stop Craft -  Spots and Dots   
Crafty Emma - Children
2 Sisters -  Get Well/Thinking of You

18 comments:

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Aw!! How sweet!! I just love this sweet image and you colored her to perfection Miesje!! Your grand daughter will love it!!

Great choice of scripture and devotional Miesje!!

Have a great Sunday!

hugs,
Chris

Grace said...

Hi Miesje! Oh wow... you have made the cutest card!!! I love every detail... the dp, the ribbon, the dew drops and your gorgeous coloring! Loved reading your thoughts today as well!!! Have a wonderful week my friend!
hugs,
Grace

Becky said...

What an adorable card for your granddaughter Miesje! God bless the 89 year old lady!
Have a blessed week.

Olga said...

beautiful card!

Wendy said...

Hope your granddaughter is feeling much better after getting her tonsils removed.

Lovely card. Love your message this week - simple faith and trust as a child... wish I could have a simple faith and trust in God many a time. Would make life so much easier.

Elizabeth, The Shepherdess said...

Miesje, this is a precious card and I'm sure yur granddaughter is very well aquainted with the love that inspired it. What a wonderful reminder to us all to keep our faith simple!

Audrey said...

What an adorable card! I love that image. Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments.

Peggysuez said...

That is a very sweet card to make for your little patient! Hope she recovers well from her surgery. I am so glad you chose this verse and I enjoyed reading your devotional. Great words for us to ponder this week!

Brenda said...

Adorable card Miesje!!! I hope you lovely granddaughter is feeling much better.

Kristine said...

Awww, this card is adorable!! Your 8 yr. old g-daughter will really appreciate this =) Hope she recovers soon. Love the li'l charm on there too! Have a great week!

Shell Shearer Swinscoe said...

Gorgeous card hun, just love the image, she is a sweetie!

Thank you for sharing with us at CES Challenge this week, good luck!
Hugs Shell xx

Kathy said...

I enjoyed your story and your card is beautiful :)
Thanks for playing along with us at Simon Says Stamp Challenge.

jillyscreations said...

Beautiful card. Thank you for joining us at creative card crew

Caroline said...

Awwwww!! So sweet and perfect for our challenge at the Creative Card Crew.
Caroline DT x

MariLynn said...

What a cute card. I love the ribbon and charm. I am sure it will bring your granddaughter comfort. It was funny to me about you being nervous to read. That would be me. I love reading out loud in small groups, but get tongue tied with big groups, but give my my keyboard and let me sing and I'm not the least bit nervous.

Zulma said...

This is so pretty! love that image and great color combo. Thanks for playing with us at 2SC this week, good luck!
Zulma DT

Pops x said...

Hi sweetie, this is just gorgeous, love the image and colours you have chosen, perfect for a childs card, hugs pops x x

Sheena said...

A very sweet card! I hope your granddaughter is on the mend. Thanks for joining us at CES this week! Sheena xx