Sep 14, 2016

Another Word Art Wednesday Card Using Vellum

Welcome!  It's time for Word Art Wednesday # 248-249!
You all know how much I love making pretty things for Word Art Wednesday.  It truly is one of the most rewarding design teams to be a part of.   Karen works so hard to keep this challenge blog going.  I don't know how she does it.  I can hardly find the time to keep this little blog going.   I'm really going to try to post more often.  I have so many ideas of things that I'd like to share with you all.  Hopefully soon, but until then, I'm going to keep enjoying Word Art Wednesday and I'm thankful for the fact that, at least for now, designing for Word Art Wednesday is what is getting me in my craft room! 
Here is the card I made for this week.

Misty D. Designs

I had a lot of fun with this card.  I used lots of textures on this card, between the burlap, vellum, lace and sequins, it's all there! 
Once again, my color palette was inspired by the fall colors right outside my window.  I just love this time of year. 

Misty D. Designs

I used the same Hiedi Swapp Vellum that I used on these two cards seen here.  I think vellum will be making a regular appearance around here, it's just so versatile.  I know I've only scratched the surface of what can be done with it.  I chose, this time, to use a border punch on the vellum, I then used dimensional foam tape to adhere the vellum to the card base.  (it's hiding under the flower stickers) . I also once again used my Nuvo Crystal drops only, this time, I used the color raspberry pink.  

Misty D. Designs

And once again, another precious verse from God's word.  Aren't they all precious?!  What an awesome thing to be reminded of, that even the mountains and the hills will not continue on as long as our God's promise of peace and mercy to His children.  That is just so encouraging to me as I sit and meditate on this verse!  
I'd love to have you join the challenge at Word Art Wednesday this week.  I enjoy seeing all of your creativity.  I don't always get a chance to comment on all the cards, but please know that I love to have you all play along.  
The Word Art is free to use, but you're not required to use it. 
Thank you for stopping by today and for your sweet words of encouragement.  I hope you've been inspired to go create for the King today!

Blessings,
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(my card has lots of texture)