Sunday, February 3, 2013

Be Still: Psalm 46:10

I was at a meeting at work this past week as part of a committee planning a day of recollection for the faculty and staff for during lent. I was reminded once again of how different we all are in how we live our our faith. We can learn so much from each other - I was reminded of how I should be still and listen. That is why I chose to make this card, to remind me of that. 

I made this card using Daydream Designs Scripture Set 2. There are 3 sets in all where each of us on the Dream Team chose our favorite verse. This particular verse was chosen by Marlou. I used some wonderful BG patterned paper and just a ribbon and a few pearls. I like the way this turned out. 

I also made this for the following challenges:
God Bless You - have a wonderful week!


Debbie said...

Beautiful card!! The verse is the main focal point! As it should be in our lives!!

Carole Robb Bisson said...

I also, very much, like the way it looks. The small pearls flanking the sentiment are exquisit.
We need to as you say learn from each other and occassionaly "being still" would be a great idea.
Thank you for joining us at Word Art Wednesday; we love seeing your wonderful art work and we really appreciate you taking time to join our challenge.
Carole Robb Bisson
The Blessing of the LORD be Upon You!

Beth said...

gorgeous Miesje,

Karen Letchworth said...

It's always a treat to see your sweet cards, and this DD image is perfect for this. You showcased it beautifully. Thanks for stopping by to share with us this week. I hope that you're doing well. It's so nice to stop by, and I'm wishing you a blessed week!
Word Art Wednesday

Sarah J. Moerman said...

What a beautiful card! I need the reminder to slow down and spend more time with God. So thank you! Thanks for joining us for the Simon Says Stamp Challenge!

Judy said...

What a striking card! The colors are fab, and the design is just lovely to use with this amazing scripture.


Diane said...

Beautiful card, Miesje! Love all the browns and the way you framed the image. In our busy, busy world, we need constant reminders to quiet our spirits so we can experience God each moment. Lovely post and beautiful artwork!