Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Give Thanks Fall Card

I found out that a "church camp group" formed from several of our areas local churches were just awarded the bid to purchase Wilderness Camp near our home. A couple of families in our church were very instrumental in getting this camp when it went up for sale. It meant a lot to me because I was blessed to have gone to church camp nearly every summer from age 8 to 16. I think it's a great experience to draw young people closer to God, to each other, and to His creation.


Here's a card I made for the couple who will be able to continue living at the camp.  I simply used scraps and embellishments I had on my table to put away. The front of the card uses the scripture word art from Word Art Wednesday last week. It fit the space as well as the intended message.


Here's the inside message:


Both of  the stamped sentiments, "Give Thanks" and "May the Lord bless you" come from a CTMH Hostess Rewards stamp set, Blessings of Autumn. The other materials are retired CTMH, Recollections glittery leaves from Michaels, and brown velvet corduroy ribbon from my stash. The frame diecut was cut using Cricut Art Philosophy. It was in my stack to put away, too, because when I cut it a couple of weeks ago it didn't work out. I don't know about you, but I enjoy making something useful out of a stack of unrelated items instead of tossing them.

Thank you for visiting and may the Lord also bless you!

I'm sharing this card with the following challenges;
Crafty Cardmakers #150 - autumn colors
Crafty Gals Corner #43 - anything goes
House of Cards -  I chose Add texture (burlap, leaves, brass button, velvet corduroy ribbon)
Are you one of our...
Stampavie and More #248 - Autumn Leaves
Suzie Bee's Bloomin' Challenge #103 - anything with twist-add leaves
The Sisterhood of Crafters - Fall
The Crafty Addicts #3 - anything goes and this autumn colored palette
Use Your Stuff #197 - Diecuts and/or punches
Word Art Wednesday #207 - anything uplifting

12 comments:

Anne H. said...

Your card is wonderful!
Beautiful colors and lovely details.
Thanks for joining us at Stampavie and More.
Anne

Lori said...

This is such a pretty card! Love the pretty colors. Thanks so much for joining our die cut/punch challenge this week at Use Your Stuff!

Darlene said...

WOW! Fabulous design and awesome sentiments! Well done! Thanks so much for joining us at The Sisterhood’s ‘FALL’ challenge and please come back again soon!
Darlene
one of the 'Sistahs'
The Sisterhood of Crafters
DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS

Diane said...

Beautiful and lovely layers!! Thank you for joining us at The Sisterhood for our "FALL" challenge...and congrats on the church camp being re-organized!
Diane TSH DT

Elizabeth Hart said...

The layering on your card is beautiful and really fits the season so very well - love it. Thanks so much for joining us this time at the Suzy Bee's Bloomin Challenge, Elizabeth (DT)

Mynn Kitchen said...

WOW, Vickie! I LOVE the fabulous fall colors, the beautiful texture, and the perfect layering! Gorgeous card! Thank you SO MUCH for joining us at House of Cards! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

Sally Dodger said...

A beautiful card with great textures and dimension. Thanks for sharing with us at Crafty Cardmakers and more. Sally.x.

Rebecca said...

Such a lovely card I love the burlap trim. Thanks for joining us at Crafty Cardmakers and More.

Bec

J said...

What a lovely card! Thank you for joining in with my challenge at Crafty Cardmakers & More

Jackie

Toni said...

A simply beautiful card. I love it!

Toni
HOC DT

Rae Ann said...

Love all of the elements you used in this card. Isn't great when you can put those scraps to good use?! The patterned paper you used is gorgeous!

Thank you for joining us at Crafty Gals Corner for our Anything Goes challenge.

Charity Chamberlain said...

Fabulous card! Awesome way to use up those scraps! Thank you for playing along in the Word Art Wednesday Challenge! Have a blessed day!

Charity - DT Member - Word Art Wednesday
http://wordartwednesday.blogspot.com
http://collectivecreativity.blogspot.com (my personal blog)