Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Church mouse is too adorable from Clear Dollar Stamps

So I belong to a challenge group how uses Christian Scripture with the challenge. Its called Twist of Faith. I really enjoy the group and the women.
Well this week the sponsor it Clear Dollar Stamp and I chose the Church Mouse for my image – hes too cute- The challenge this week is “thinking of you” with a scripture of the same thing. I chose:
1 Peter 5:7
Let Him have all your worries and cares, for He is always thinking about you and watching everything that concerns you.
Just like God thinks of you, I do too. I like how you come and visit and leave nice comments, I like visiting your blogs too. I love seeing all the talent that is out in this world and how the different regions of it have similar and yet different ideas. I love all the friends I have made thru scraping and making cards. You all are awesome!
 
Here is my card.
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I used color pencils, oms, sponged ink, embossing folder, and my computer for senti, using the chaucer font. (my fav).
I hope you decide to play along with us this week at Twist of Faith.





4 comments:

Jenée said...

Helen, little Church Mouse IS a darling image, but your card made me smile with the sentiment you used. The card is lovely with the embossed background and your coloring of the little image is wonderful. I especially like the way you've popped the upper layer (with image) above the bottom layer. Beautiful little card!!

Pauline said...

Hi Helen! You are awesome. A creative blessing indeed! I love this carn... the wee mousie is leaping right out to greet! And that sentiment... makes me laugh... I can hear him squeak it right now! Thanks for being such a wonderful part of the tem at Twist of Faith!
hugs and blessings,
Pauline

Anne-Marie said...

Helen, I agree with with our teamies....I think this little card is a great expression of your humour and outlook on life....it cracks me up! Beautifully done, and so sweet!

grandmabonnie said...

Helen, i really like this card..he is so adorable and how he is peeking out and smiling!

Okay, where do I start? I truly truly have been a busy girl. This is a wreath I made and placed on my parents grave.