Wednesday, May 3, 2017

God Bless You

Hello & Happy Wednesday!

The week is just zipping right along!

Yesterday was a beautiful day here in south central Pennsylvania!
There was a nice breeze, almost a chill in the air after a few days of 80 degrees and humid.
It was refreshing with lots of sunshine.
I spent most of the day in my craft room stamping just for fun!

The cards I have to share today were another customer request for children at her church that were going to be confirmed soon. These confirmation cards were refreshing to make and I did not want to load them up with embellishments or tons of layers.

Audrey is my customer whom is a huge part of her church and knows many people. This is why she is always needing cards and certainly keeps me busy most days! She is a very caring and most thoughtful person and has such a wonderful family! Always has a big smile for anyone she meets and is a blessing to many!

This is the second time she has asked me to make confirmation cards. I never posted the first one because I was really unsure of it but as always, she was thrilled with it.

God Bless You Cards:

Stamps: Crosses of Hope (retired)
Ink: Pretty in Pink, Bordering Blue
Cardstock: Thick Whisper White, Pretty in Pink, Bordering Blue
Accessories: Swiss Dots EF, Circle & Scallop Circle Nestibilities, Stamp A Ma Jig, Rhinestones, Dimensionals, Tombow Multipurpose Liquid Glue

I will probably make more of these up to keep on hand for her for future requests.
I liked these with a simple design!

My thoughts today...

Yes, please!
It helps to get my day started!

That's all for now!
Thanks for stopping by & as always.....have a wonderful day!


Carol L said...

These are so pretty Wendy! CAS and perfectly created with that cross and a simple gemstone in the center. You are fortunate to have such a caring customer to make cards for all the time, but I understand why. Your cards are just beautiful! Enjoy the sunshine today - it looks like a good one is in store :)

Mary Anne / MA54K said...

They are just enough... beautiful work! She is so lucky to have talented you!

Janice M said...

These are so elegant! I'm sure she loved them. She sure does keep you in the card making business!