Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Psalm 3:3 WORDart

Psalm 3_3 WORDart

I am so  glad that when I am feeling down and discouraged that the Lord lifts my head.  He is my encourager and my shield from harm.

I printed the WORDart onto kraft cardstock, then brushed some ink around the edges to distress it a little.  I cut some burgandy felt with the medium scallop border die and adhered it with Scor Tape.  My gingham “ribbon” is some fabric that I had.  I just ripped it into strips and pulled off some strings around the edges to give it that worn, distressed look.  Then I just added some buttons tied with twine. 

You can download the WORDart here if you would like to use it.

Thanks for stopping by today.  Have a blessed day.



Bernadette Bliss said...

Karen: Thank you AGAIN for another beautiful Word Art verse. This is certainly a promise we can stand on. We serve a wonderful Lord. Our church used to sing this verse many years ago. You brought back many fond memories!

Oh by the way, the card is beautiful also!!!

Blessings, Bernadette

Unknown said...

I like the way you used the buttons and ribbon to set the theme with the verse. Hope you are having a good day.

Cindy (Stamp With Me Cindy G/Stamping Therapy) said...

Truly Lovely Karen. Such a great ay to showcase that psalm. It as a very warm feel to it.

Gina Lindsay said...

Very nice. I love this verse. Love all the buttons too!

Veronica Z said...

Karen this is a beauty! I love the brown checkered ribbon, and the matching buttons!

Traci S. said...

Hi Karen~

I just found your blog through Abby's Little Birdie Blessings Blog! I love what you are doing to spread His Word.

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Traci S.