Sunday, October 9, 2011

Peace: Mark 10:27

Hello Sunday - I love this day of the week, the chores are done and it is a day to relax. Many of you will be attending services this morning at your places of worship, we attended and participated last night. As always it is good to see you, I am so glad you could join us at Stampin' Sisters in Christ for another challenge based on scripture!



This week the every Lovely Linda is the hostess and the verse she chose is Mark 10:27. Be sure to stop by our home page to read wonderful testimony. 

"Jesus looked at them and said, "For human beings it is impossible, but not for God. All things are possible for God."
All things are possible for God - yes indeed. I think of this verse a lot, even recite it on a regular basis, especially when a tough choice or obstacle is in my path. "Through Him all things are possible" (Matthew 19:26) is another one that is always on my mind. So many verses give us the same encouragement or sometimes it is the kick in the pants that I need to move forward. Right now it is the encouragement that I seek - and find in Him. 

The challenge this week is anything goes!

Sometimes I hit a dry spell and when I do I look through different challenges and try to use my newest stamp(s). So I came upon the "black magic" technique challenge over on JUGS. Looked like fun so I decided to try it with the newest stamps from Layers of Color. So that is what I did. 

Our sponsor this week is Simon Says Stamp with an adorable stamp set!

Be sure to stop by my SSIC design sisters (listed on the sidebar) to see what they have to share this week:

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






Recipe: 
Stamps: LOC - Glad Tidings
Paper: SU Black and Garden Green
Designer Paper: None
Other: Spellbinders Die - ribbon - jewels - cuttlebug folder - gel pen

Challenges:


Marks Finest Papers -No designer Paper
JUGS - Technique - black magic
Midnight Madness - Sketch

24 comments:

JaniceAileen said...

Absolutely beautiful, Miesje! I'll have to look up that technique--super cool!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Oh how beautiful Miesje!! I just love your card with the black magic!! Gorgeous with the dove and colors!!

How comforting Miesje! It is a real comfort that God can heal or do anything regardless of the mistakes we make. Praying that God heals your husband and life becomes a little less difficult for you!!
hugs,
Chris

Becky said...

This is beautiful Meisje..Gorgeous colors and love the ribbon and embossing. Still holding you and your husband up in prayer my sister
love & hugs :)

Jessica said...

GORGEOUS, Meisje!! I love the white ink on black! What a beautiful card!

Gloria Sauve said...

Hi, Miesje,

Your card is just beautiful! It's very unique and so well done. I love the sentiment you've used, too.
I'm so glad you took the Midnight Madness challenge!
Gloria
:)

Keri Lee Sereika said...

This is beautiful! The black magic technique is perfect for this image!

Betty Benton said...

Love Layers of Colors stamps and you've used this one perfectly with the black magic technique! Beautiful card.

Lagene said...

Beautiful! You did such a great job with this technique!

Peggysuez said...

Great job on the black magic card, that is a fun technique and it looks striking iwth the red and green paper to accent it. This is lovely. Still praying!

Pat Garvin said...

I like how you crossed the ribbon. Thanks for playing with Speedy the Cats Friends.

Carol (Gingerbeary8) said...

Just beautiful. I love how you did the ribbon and the beautiful embossing on this lovely card. Thank you so much for playing along with Speedy the Cat's Friends Challenge this week.

Bear Hugs,
Carol

Traci M said...

What a beautiful card, Miesje...I am so drawn to the black and the way it draws attention to the pretty dove!! Very creative use of this technique! I am happy to see you are stamping again and am praying for your husband's healing and your continued rest in Him!! Have a wonderful week!

Kristine said...

That's a great technique ~ and so beautiful for Christmas!! Love the doves *Ü* Hope you have a peaceful week. Hugs!

Ravengirl said...

Fabulous! I love the crossed ribbons, they remind me of packages. And I really love the image stamped on black!

Lynn said...

Wow! Wow! Wow! This is a beauty. Love what you did with the black magic technique and the embossed background panel. All around gorgeous. Thanks for playing with us at JUGS!

Janeen said...

Gorgeous, i don't even miss the design paper. it's so pretty as is. Thanks for playing in the challenge with Friends of Speedy the cat to not use designer paper. We appreciate you. Good luck.

Vicki Dutcher said...

Beautiful job with the technique~~ Thanks for joining is with JUGS!

Mynnette said...

What a super duper fabulous stunning Christmas greeting! LOVE IT. :)

Andrea M said...

Absolutely AMAZING! I love your take on the Black Magic Technique plus I love the ribbon treatment! Awesome job! Thanks for joining us at Just Us Girls!

Grace said...

Hi Miesje! Oh I can't tell you how beautiful I think your card is!!! LOVE the black majic technique here and the colors are just popping!!! Still lifting you and your dear hubby up in prayer and trusting that better days are ahead! It's so good to know that HE is in control and that with HIM, all things are possible!!!! Sending big hugs,
Grace

Winnie and Patty said...

What a wonderful card! Great no designer paper challenge! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Speedy the Cat's Friends challenge!

Kathryn B said...

Beautiful job with the black magic technique! I love the doves!

Thanks so much for playing along with Just us Girls this week!

Elise said...

*Clunk!*

THIS is stunning! Thanks for sharing this FABULOUS piece with Just Us Girls! Truly stunning!!!

Designing with Debbie said...

Oh how pretty. I love the chalk look to the card. Thanks for playing along with us here at Speedy the Cat's Friends challenge this week. We hope to see you again next week. Check out our new design team at SpeedyTV http://mfpspeedytv.ning.com/forum/topics/friends-of-speedytv-challenge-week-2