Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Twist of Faith Challenge #23

This week  our challenge for you is:

Your Favourite Scripture/ Inspirational Words

(your creation must include a scripture, inspirational verse or positive words of healing, encouragement, or support)

We are happy to introduce a new sponsor this week at Twist of Faith ... Digi Darla's Designs! Our random prize winner will receive their choice of  FIVE images! DigiDarla is the brain child of Kim Eskola and her daughter Emilea, and I know you will find their images wonderful.

Since this week's challenge is scripture/inspirational words, I have used one of Digi Darla's word images. I don't have a "favorite" scripture as they ALL speak to me. It always amazes me that no matter what my need, I can find the right scripture/words (not necessarily the ones I "want" but the ones I "need") in the Bible. The lovely verse from Romans that I used is a wonderful "motto" for all times. It isn't always easy, but if we can adopt those three principles into our life, our days will be so much easier.

I used a white base card and have kept the design simple, keeping the focus on my verse. I cut a white strip which I embossed using a The Paper Studio embossing folder. I matted the embossed piece with blue card. I then cut a frame using Spellbinder's Fleur de Les squares die from the blue card and put my digital image on it. I made the roses using a 5-petal flower hand punch, and the leaves are from Spellbinder's rolled roses and leaves die. My three pink pearls are from Michael's Crafts.

Please take a few minutes and go over to the Twist of Faith blog and have a look at the cards the other design team members have created for your inspiration. They are all lovely!

1 comment:

  1. Jenee, I totally agree about ALL scripture being favourites.....I find it depends on what I need to be taught or reminded about at the time, lol.
    Your card has a sweet simplicity that befits the beautiful scripture and it is finished so well with those perfect blooms. I'm so glad you shared this, my friend.