Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Trust in the Lord...

This is another card for the Stampin' Sisters in Christ challenge to make a blue and green card to remind us of the 23 Psalm. With all the sparkle and shine on this card it was so hard to photo. The panel on the left was dry embossed using my cuttlebug and the music embossing folder. It has silver ep heat embossed over the top of the dry embossing. The flowers, blue ribbon and stamp were all gifts from my good friend Grace as part of her blog candy.
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  1. Gorgeous! I love how you sewed across the ribbon. That lace is to die for! And the layout is awesome!

  2. Another beautiful creation - love your attention to detail, and that row of beautiful wee pearls is typical of that.

  3. Very pretty, Marilynn! I love the softness of the colors and how well it's made.

  4. Oh this is soooo pretty MariLynn!!! I'm so thrilled to see what beauty you are creating with some of the goodies!!! It's gorgeous!!! Love the shimmer to it! Wish I could see it in person as I just know it's even more beautiful up close! As always... thanks for your continued support of Stampin Sisters in Christ! God bless you my friend!

  5. Dear Marilynn,
    My name is Janna, and I am a senior at Haverford College. I found your lovely blog through the QF forum on splitcoaststampers.

    I am a political science major with an interest in social movements, and I think that something really dynamic and interesting is happening with communities of faith in America. In the coming weeks, I will be putting together a survey (about 10-15 questions) for Quiverfull couples trying to understand how people find the Quiverfull movement, why they join, and why they stay invested in the Quiverfull community. I would love for you and your husband to participate. The identities of all participants will remain confidential, and I have no plans to publish my findings, but if you wanted to see the finished product, I would be happy to send you a copy.

    If your family would be interested in participating in my research, I would be deeply grateful, and very happy to have your input. If you know other families that might be interested in participating, feel free to pass on my contact information. Please don't hesitate to email me with any questions you might have.

    All the best,
    Janna Frieman
    Haverford College Class of 2011