Saturday, April 7, 2012

{everlasting} life

This week was rather busy around here, but fortunately my schedule freed up enough that I was able to make an Easter card for my sweet hubby.  My inspiration was this week's Mojo Monday sketch...again. ;P  If you look closely, you may notice that some more of those luscious Linen Closet papers found their way to my crafting table --thanks again, Mom!  ;)


I wanted the beauty and simplicity of the cross to be the focus, so I didn't color it in...just used some pastel green glitter pen to give it a subtle shimmer and sponged on some blue in the background.  The one-line sentiment was broken up to make it fit the small panel.  I'm sure my hubby will appreciate the {relative -lol!} un-fussiness of this one...so much so that I probably should've restrained myself and saved the pearls for another card {oops}.

ETA:  Not sure what's up with the right side of the card being cut off, but trust me, it's there...and balanced. ;P

So much more than bunnies, baskets, and candy, Easter is a time to celebrate what Christ did for us on the cross over 2,000 years ago...the very reason we can have hope and the promise of everlasting life.  What an unfathomable gift --Happy Easter weekend! ;D

Thanks so much for the visit, and I hope you'll stop by again soon.  Until then, many Easter blessings to you!


Supplies shown some lovin':

Everlasting Life

Cardstock:  Colonial White, Desert Sand (Close To My Heart)
Patterned Paper:  Linen Closet mat stack (DCWV)
Stamps:  Everlasting Life (Verve)
Ink:  Smoky Gray VersaFine (Tsukineko), Antiniue Linen Distress Ink (Ranger), Heavenly Blue (Close To My Heart)
Other:  Classic Circle Small die, Pinking Circle Large die (Spellbinders), Rickrack border die (Papertrey Ink), Cuttlebug (Provo Craft), sponge, Liquid Glass (Close To My Heart), Mint Spica glitter pen (Too Marker), Opaline half pearls (BasicGrey), sewing machine, thread, foam dimensional adhesive

1 comment:

Barb said...

What a beautiful Easter card! I love the fact that you didn't color the cross...good choice. I love the patterned papers you've used. I know your sweet hubby loved it! :)