Thursday, June 23, 2011

Hebrews 11:1 WORDart


I kept this card very simple keeping the scripture the focal point.   I printed the WORDart onto a piece of 5 1/8” x 3 7/8” white cardstock.  I then scored three lines under the scripture (hard to see in this photo) keeping the top two lines wide enough to frame my ribbon.  I wrapped my ribbon around it then attached the bow I made with my Bow-Easy using Scor-tape.  I attached this t0 my white card base that I had embossed using the Cane Print impression plate and added some little gems for some sparkle.


You can download this WORDart here.


Thank you to those of you who have taken the time to share your creations with my WORDart.  I LOVE seeing what you create with it.  You inspire me!!!!


My craft room-to-be is has had several different paint swatches painted on the walls the past few weeks and I think I have finally made a decision.  I am so excited about it, but I wish I could just wave a wand and it would be done.  The journey from here to having what I picture in my mind is long. haha  I guess all good things take time and it will be an adventure.  I am putting the finishing touches on the kid’s school portfolios and then I can really get started.  Yeah!!

Have a wonderful day!



MariLynn said...

This is gorgeous and elegant! I love this scripture. It was the one I chose for this week's Stampin' Sisters in Christ challenge. A neat blessing (because I don't believe in coincidences) that you made this card the same week. I hope you have a wonderful blessed day.

Unknown said...

Karen, thank you so much for the WORDart! I hope to use some of those you've so generously offered as downloads in the near future. Your Hebrews card is so very elegant and special! Thanks for sharing!

Esther Asbury said...

Thanks so much for sharing! I love the Clean and Simple approach to this card ---- very pretty!

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

Clean, crisp and powerful. Very nicely done.

JazzyH said...


Jan Marie said...

Just beautiful! Love the simple elegance and of course the wonderful scripture! Blessings!

Denise said...

TFS Karen. I like the use of the 2 different fonts. Simple, elegant and easy to focus on the scripture. Dee =)