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Sunday, April 5, 2009

Two Challenges in One card

Hi!

Happy Palm Sunday. We started the day at church and heard a wonderful message on the first Palm Sunday (Luke 19:24-44). It was such a wonderful message to hear and really made me think about how Jesus was welcomed into Jerusalem by the people. Then 5 short days later these same people would be calling for him to be crucified. I'm going to be thinking and praying a lot this week in preparation for Resurrection Sunday.
As for today's card, I combined both Beate's weekend sketch challenge (hosted by Mary Jo Albright this week) and Kristina Werner's color challenge. I decided the Upsy Daisy set needes some love, so I broke it out for the challenge. I hope you like it.
Supplies:
Stamps: SU Upsy Daisy. Paper: SU Baja Breeze, Designer paper, Shimmery white, Chocolate chip, Kiwi Kiss. Accessories: SU Kiwi Kiss ribbon, button and DMC floss.
Thanks for stopping by.
Lynnette

11 comments:

Lisa said...

Beautiful card. I love the paper choices on this and the floral stamp is beautiful. Great job!

cori fraser said...

I love this - and I may just CASE it tonight...LOVELY!!!

Brit Swiderski said...

This is gorgeous- everything works so well together! Great job!

mjalbright said...

Beautiful card! Thanks for participating in the challenge.

Terri E. said...

LOVE IT!!! Love the dsp, button and ribbon. Love your stiching accent. Way to rock out the color combo.

It's a good life!
Terri E.

LeAnne said...

Beautiful card and thanks for sharing about your church service. I don't hear many people call Easter "Resurrection Sunday" but that is exactly what it is!
LeAnne

Courtney Baker said...

Really cute girl. I love what you did with the ribbon and button!

Butternut Sage Designs said...

the designer series paper really punched this card up a notch..I love it!

~kelly marie~ said...

love the card!!! That green paper is gorgeous!

Winter said...

Cute card! Love that stamp! My husband is a pastor and he also talked at church on Sunday that the same people who praised Jesus on Sunday who crucify Him on Friday, and that we don't need to be like the people who say they love Him and don't show Him or act like they do! Because in a way that is crucifing Him too! Have a Blessed day!

AmyB said...

Your work is beautiful! I'm anxious to see more of it!