Tuesday, June 19, 2012

The Inside of the Card!

 At Word Art Wednesday the challenge this week includes the Bible verse Phil. 4:6. I love that verse and the one that follows it also, so for my card I added verse 7 as well. I used the same format as the "freebie" this week. So, Thank You to Word Art Wednesday for the idea and the inspiration!
I am entering just the inside of this card in the challenge! The outside was posted a few weeks ago as my DT sample for Stampin' Sisters in Christ...but I never finished the inside. I want to give this card to my neighbor, a young lady who is fighting cancer. I almost feel flippant putting that verse in there that says "Be anxious for nothing..." when sending it to a cancer patient. I'm a little afraid she might say, "That's easy for you to say!" But the peace and comfort she needs (that we all need!) can ONLY come from God, so I hope she just sees this as a beautiful reminder to fix her eyes on Christ.

No list of ingredients right now...my son needs the computer!
I'll add that later!
So, quickly, the challenge being entered is: http://wordartwednesday.blogspot.com/ - #32 Phil. 4:6

Below is the front of the card that was previously posted on my blog.

Thanks for stopping by! Have a lovely evening!


Karen Letchworth said...

This is just beautiful, and the inside is just as pretty as the front. It really inspires me to be more creative, so thank you for that. We're so blessed to have you joining us in this week's challenge at Word Art Wednesday, and really hope that you will continue to come back each week to join us. We need and appreciate your participation, and we look forward to seeing more of the BEAUTIFUL art you make. Have a blessed week and thanks again for playing along. It really is a special treat to us!
Karen L
Word Art Wednesday

P.S. I have blog candy on my blog.

MariLynn said...

Sandie, I like how you carried the pearl theme into the inside of the card. As I was looking at your card I was thinking about how pearls are made. They don't come because everything is ok. They start out as an irritant to the oyster. I think we can be like those oysters. When things go wrong in our lives, like the cancer of your neighbor,we give it to God and He takes that trial and turns it into something beautiful that glorifies him. You and Michelle are inspiring me. I rarely ever do anything on the inside or backsides of my cards.