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Monday, April 23, 2012

What a Friend.

Good Morning.. Just a quick post.
 This is for Stampin Sisters In Christ. Use soft pastels. I used lavender white and green. The stamp is from Blue Ridge Impressions. The ribbon is from The stamp simply ribbon store which I won..:)

Their verse is from Ps. 119:105, Your word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path.
How blessed we are to have God's Word, the Bible, how even more blessed when we are doers of the word and not hearers only. It is then that we become light to the world.

Have a Blessed Day


29 comments:

lin_ka1 said...

Rebbeka
I am very happy that I visit and leave your comment. You're very nice. I also look into you. Often, I find your work as a very interesting and inspiring.
I'm glad you liked what you did. This is a gift for a friend. I hope that it will be too pleased. Regards
Halina (lin_ka1)

Becky said...

Becky, this is so beautiful! The verse has so much meaning....I love the way you have put it all together.

Becky said...

Becky, this is so beautiful! The verse has so much meaning....I love the way you have put it all together.

Betty Benton said...

What a fabulous idea, to use a hymn for your focal point! Will have to file that one away in my not so retentive brain and hope that I remember it!!

GCgirl said...

Beautiful card and I loved singing this song growing up :0)

Nancy said...

This card is absolutely lovely! I love the flowers and the soft pastel colors.

jimlynn said...

A beautiful verse and gorgeous card, Becky.
Love the scallops on the bottom too. So pretty.
Lynn

Gina Lindsay said...

This is so very pretty. that song has a special place in my heart because it was one of my grandmother's favorites. She hummed a lot, but didn't sing too much outside of church. I heard her sing these one on many occasions though. Thanks for the smile today.

Olga said...

Love that song and love your card too!

Patti J said...

Beautiful card, Becky! The colors are so soft and pretty, and I just love that stamp! Well, done, my friend, as always! Hugs...

Tammy said...

Beautiful, beautiful card and one of my favorite hymns!

Danie May said...

Becky the verse, the colors the ric rac strip and layered scallops are all beautiful!

Kathy and Lucky said...

Becky this is so pretty, I just love everything about this, especially how you did the border on the bottom, always such beauty here.

Rea said...

Lovely card, nice addition with the rickrack.

Cindy Haffner said...

Just BEAUTIFUL Becky!!~

Lynn McAuley said...

Gorgeous framing of this wonderful hymn with your beautiful blossoms and scalloped edging!! So pretty, Rebekka!

MiamiKel said...

Rebekkah, this is beautiful ~ so elegant and lovely. This has always been one of my favorite scriptures and so meaningful in many ways - TFS! Blessings to you x0x0

Cheryl said...

Hi Becky, Beautiful card! Love your big, double scallop.

MaxineD said...

Rebekka this is stunning - love the scallops across the bottom, they look like swag curtains and are so elegant.
Blessings
Maxine.

Emkay said...

Beautiful!

Janeen said...

i love your coloring on this Becky, and what a great die.

Rhonda Langley said...

One of my favorite hymns! Great ribbon!

Lovely Linda said...

Hello Rebekka - it is lovely to see you - we miss you here at SSIC! This is beautiful, I love the pastel colours - perfect for this weeks challenge! Thank you for joining us at Stampin' Sisters in Christ this week - we appreciate your support! {{{hugs}}}
Linda SSIC Design Team

Scrubbybubbles(sue) said...

Fabulous Rebekka! and congrats on the win! I love the ribbon!

Julie Short said...

What a beautiful card Rebekka. It would be so suitable for many occasions.

Gemiel said...

What a beautiful card!!! This is one of my favorite childhood hymns. Your card brought back fond memories.

Dawn Mercedes said...

Beautiful boarders!!

Betty Wright said...

Becky, this is wonderful! I remember singing this hymn in church growing up....when churches had hymn books that is. Beautifully done!

Donna Heber said...

Becky,

Beautiful phrase and love your scalloped bottom. How come I never think of these things when I'm creating? I'll have to check out Blue Ridge Impressions.