Saturday, September 22, 2012

Dear God.....Thank You for all that I have

This week Let's Scrap features a new sketch designed by our talented Debby de Wilde. What I love about the sketch is the chevrons! I flipped the sketch 360 degrees just for the fun of it and started designing my example card. On second thoughts, I think I will frame it up and display in my living room...
 

The sketch:

Materials used: acid free drawing block, Kaisercraft ink pad, Heidi Grace stamp, Tattered Angel Glimmer Mist, Ginger's House sentiment
 
 
 
For the first time I have never felt so relief after I finished a card but this one almost brings me teary eyes. Why? Because from nothing much I can still able to create something unique, something special and something of its kind. I don't have all the fancy and newest crafty tools to work with (I don't even own a die-cut machine...okay either Spellbinders or Sizzix is on my wish list...and still wishing...wish me luck!!)...nevertheless I'm thankful God bless me with a talent I developed and upgraded simply by loving it and never give up for crafting is a never dull moment! The sentiment is my very favorite and will always be.
 
 I would also like to enter this card into the following challenges:
Make It Monday ~ Challenge 108 Anything Goes
Totally Gorjuss ~ Thank You
 
I'm so glad you visit me today...thank you...truly appreciated.
Hugs and smiles,


8 comments:

  1. So true dear. Sometimes it's not having the fancy tools to deliver something special (although it is a bonus to have them); it's how we deliver them creatively that matters. Love your card and the time it takes for you to make it. If it is of any help, I don't have those fancy gadgets myself. Not yet. If I can't win them, hopefully my savings will be enough for my next trip to buy them.

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  2. What a lovely post, Asmah! So heartfelt... But you never told us how you made those perfect chevrons! Did you hand-cut them? Was the pattern already on the paper, or did you sketch it on? Love the spraying & the inking, too!

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  3. What a lovely post...so heartfelt! I do wish you would tell us how you made those beautiful chevrons without a die-cutting tool! love your inking & your spraying, too.

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  4. Love it I would also frame it.

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  5. Beatiful creations. thanks for joining us at Love to Create. xxx

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  6. That is a beautiful sentiment,and such a lovely, clever designed card.


    Thanks for sharing with us at ‘Make it Monday’
    Luv CHRISSYxx

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  7. A beautiful card and sentiment. Thank you for joining our challenge at TG this week, hugs Sharon

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  8. Gorgeous card!!! Thanks for participating in LOVE TO CREATE challenge!! Hope to see you again!
    ~DEANNE~

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Hi! I honestly appreciate your time and value your sweet comments! Have a nice day!
Hugs-n-smiles,
Asmah