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These 2 cards along with the other one all have the same theme...COMFORT..I hope... supplies: memory box papers..brandywine..MS punches..sewing..dew drops..
Thanks for looking and have a great weekend!! My daughter is on the upwards mend and the sun is shining here...what more could anyone want?? :)
Jane.. I just caught up and read the post about your daughter.. OH.. I am SO glad she had her seatbelt on and is okay! I tell my boys..every single time they drive away..and always have.
Your creations are all so beautiful .. as always!!
These are both beautiful!
Love these!! The distressed edges and stitching on the first one remind me of a comfortable warm quilt - think you totally nailed that comfort theme here!!!
Glad to hear your daughter is on the mend - still have you guys in my prayers!
All three cards are fabulous Jane!! I love the colours you've chosen and all the little accents you've used. What great news that your daughter is healing, I will continue to keep you all in my prayers!
Fabulous, Jane!!! Love the colors!!!! Both are wonderful!!!! Great scripture cards!!!! I need to get this set!!!!
Awesome cards, Jane!! Love the paper also!!
Love the colours on these cards!They work beautifully!
They are both so pretty Jane!!
Such beautiful scripture, and both cards are designed with such neat color and details!
happy your daughter is better each day!!
Both of your cards are so lovely. They are comforting just to look at- what a blessing for the recipent.
I love your cards! What a glorious stamp set!
The lambs are so sweet. Perfect for this verse. I like how you used the stem punch.
WoW these cards are just beautiful. Love the colors and embellishments.
Beautiful cards, Jane. Wonderful stamp set. Phyllis M.
Wonderful cards, Jane - your stitching is always such a cool addition!
These cards are beautiful! Love the color scheme and the stitching!
These are absolutely beautiful Jane!!!! Love the colors, stiching and all the details!! I am glad your daughter is on the mend!! She is in my prayers!!
I really like how you use the sheep on your second card as a background for the verse. Very beautiful!
Beautiful cards! I love your cards.
I am fairly new to your blog - and I will return often to see ALL of your incredible cards. So beautiful and inspiratonal today.
Well, I am back again! It seems that by visiting you THEN visiting Judy AGAIN, I will have 2 chances to win "The Cross of Christ" set! Here I go AGAIN!
So glad your daughter is doing better. I will continue to keep all of you in my prayers.
Oh how I wish I could get my stitching to look like yours! It adds so much character to your cards! These are some of the best scripture stamps I've seen. Gorgeous fonts!
I recently discovered you blog & am really enjoying it - thanks for sharing!
Love the sewing on your terriffic card! Such the right touch!
so glad to hear about your daughter, the picture of the car was enough to make my knees weak, she must have had a guardian angel with her!
the cards featured today are from one of my favorite sets, thanks for sharing how you did them! Beee u te ful!!!
Oh , love how you showcased this set . This is a must have !
Your artwork is beautiful! I keep looking at that MS leaf punch and think "how would I use it. . . " I love how you used the dew drops to anchor them!
These really are beautiful and comforting! Such pretty work Jane!
You make beautiful cards. I'm glad your daughter is doing better.
Beautiful cards. This is one of the many sets on my ODB wish list.
Beautiful card! The sheep stamped as a watermark give your card a nice touch.
As a spinner and weaver this theme always touches my heart.
Thanks for sharing - Jean
Wow, Jane! Your cards are so gorgeous!!! I love the colors and papers you chose, plus all of your little details are awesome!!
God Bless, Angella
Jane these are gorgeous! Love all the stitching and distressing! They add such a wonderful rustic charm! Bravo!!
Beautiful cards. Love all the details. Thanks for sharing!
Chris R. from Iowa
Your cards are beautiful. I am thankful your daughter is ok and had her seatbelt on. The youth minister at our church was recently involved in an awful crash and he also was wearing his seatbelt. The place where he was sitting was the only part of the car you could still recognize. Praise God!
Fabulous artwork! You've given me an inspiration for another ODB set! So glad to hear your daughter's better! The Lord is good!
Jane, your cards are beautiful, I love this week of fun I get to visit blogs Ive never been to . ODB stamps are awesome!!!
The other Judy Rozema
Jane - thanks for the chance to win! I love the card on this post - it's beautiful!! Lisa
First let me say I'm so glad your daughter is mending well and she is in my prayers. Secondly the scriptures you used on those beautiful cards is exactly what I needed for comfort as my hubby is in Iraq and I miss him very much. Those scriptures are just wonderful reminders :)
I hope your daughter is doing well. I love this set - the artist got such great expression into the faces of these sheep! I love how your use of punched elements adds so much interest and texture to these cards.
Love your cards. They are so pretty and colored so nice. Nice blog also...
Very pretty cards!
Praise God your daughter made it out of that car!!! It is amazing to see the photo of the wreck and hear how well she came out!
Gorgeous....such talent you are blessed with..
Beautiful.....love both, but the lamb one....a must have set for me....TFS...!
What a beautiful job with details. I really want to add that set for my card ministry at our church.I'm going to start a change collection jar to help me save faster.
I love your sheep too and just joined your blog. Thanks for sharing.
Both cards are beautiful. I love the stitching on the first
I love the embellishments used on both of these beautiful cards!
The combination of the colors are wonderful. Thanks for sharing!
Another cutie Irishman!!!
Very nice cards! Keep up the good work (er...play). :)
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