Sunday, March 8, 2009

He Who Created the Heavens

This is my 6x6 page that I made for the 5th His Holy Name Challenge - this past week God's Attribute was Creator. You can see Patter's challenges in the forums on Split Coast hereThe Challenge is to find a passage in the Bible that uses the given attribute of God (Creator this time) I found several passages that spoke to me and thought about them during the week to try and figure out which verse I would use on my page.

I finally decided on this one from Isaiah describing how God made the heavens and the earth and didn't want it to be empty but rather full of his animal and human creations! I thought the Basic Grey Mr. Campy paper, rub-ons and stickers were perfect to illustrate this verse.

You can join the challenge at any time - maybe the idea of them is speaking to you today??? You can also find a link to Patter's blog in the right hand column - click on the blinky that says His Holy Name Challenges. You can see the Split Coast gallery with all the challenge projects here.

You can see all of my pages here.

Thanks so much for coming by!

Stamps: Karen Foster Snap Stamps
Paper: Choc Chip: SU, DP: Basic Grey Mr. Campy, stickers and die cuts
Ink: Onyx Black Versafine, Close to Cocoa
Accessories: sponge, distresser: Heidi Snapp, ribbon tag trio Spellbinders, green dew drops, computer generated verse, avery mailing label, word window punch: SU, oval punch: SU, brown gingham ribbon : Michaels

6 comments:

Pat (mspfd) said...

Julia, you did a wonderful job! Perfect embellishments for the verse.

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

What a sweet idea!! This is so cute!! TFS! :)

Lynn Mercurio said...

This is a truly wonderful card, full of inspiration!

One4Joy said...

totally awesome, Julia! love how you created the water and sky scene and that verse speaks to me also. I've got to catch up on your other artful works!

Happy New Week

My lifes inky escape and more said...

I love this! So so cute and a good idea!

dpkennedy said...

Very nice card! I love the Mr. Campy paper you used!