When I got the first idea I went to my stamp drawer for a certain stamp, and then I remembered that it was one of my designs that hasn't been produced yet. Idea number two sent me looking for another stamp I that I thought I had, but I believe now that I never actually bought it because I can't find it.
By now you must think I'm loony, ( and I probably am ) but I have all these stamp and card ideas in my head, jumbled up with all my every day stuff and sometimes things get lost in there. (LOL)
Anyway, all that brings up to this card. When I was at the stamp convention last weekend, I saw that Melissa from the Stamping Studio had this stamp set (from one of my doodles) on display and the lightbulb went off. I could use that set! The words stamps repeately in the background say, " His tender mercies are new every morning"
Finished Card size: 4.25" x 5.5"
Stamps: Background words and Sunrise from Peaceful Landscape (The Stamping Studio), On my mind... (SU)
Ink: Close to Cocoa and Basic Brown (SU)
Other: Ticket Corner Punch (SU), Circle Punches, brads
Colored with Prismacolor Pencils
When I think of Grace, I remember the phrase we often hear and sing about -- unmerited favor. Grace is undeserved goodness, forgiveness, and blessings. This verse in Lamentations reminds me that it's not just a one shot deal. God continuously gives us grace. His mercies are new each morning.
Yet this I call to mind and therefore I have hope: Because of the LORD's great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. Lamentations 3:21
Now that's grace!ETA: Click here go to the Salt Blog and read the post about Grace and to see the beautiful projects completed by the participants there.
I'm working on my C challenge next. And thanks to all your comments and suggestions C is for a lot of things. C is for chocolate, chalk ink, and maybe even a challenge to do the technique with crayons. You don't have to pick them all if you are playing with me.
Another heads up: D is for Dye Cuts and E is for eyelets. I thought I would mention that I'm going to try to do one of these a week, just in case you might be looking for some consistency.