Monday, June 1, 2009

It is He who will save us. Isaiah 33:22

I'm a lesson behind on Patter's His Holy Name challenges - but I'm catching up with this 6x6 page for Lesson 10 - God's attribute was LORD.
I chose this wonderful verse from Isaiah where we learn that God is pretty much it - our judge, our lawgiver and our king - and in exchange for accepting all that - it is he who will save us. I say let's go for that deal!
I used Karen Giron's Sweet Sunday Sketch for the design of my page. The crown is grunge board by Tim Holtz that I colored with a copic and then went over with a gold Spica pen for shimmer (IRL it really sparkles!). The verse is computer generated.

This also covers last Tuesdays Double Dog Dare that I do with some SCS friends. Michelle (sf9erfan) was the hostess and her challenge was a 1,2,3 one - we were to use 1)a metal embellishment, 2) a ribbon and 3) sponging. We'd love to have you join in on our DDC challenges - just put DDC in the keywords when you load your card on split coast. You can see all the DDC challenge cards here.
Stamps: Karen Foster Snap Stamps (no longer available)
Paper: white: PTI, Basic Black: SU, DP Basic Grey - Marakech/Sencha
Ink: memento tuxedo black, Pacific Point - SU
Accessories: glue dots, brass circle: from an antique shop, black lace, metal frame: SU, rectangle nestabilities, grungeboard crown: Tim Holtz, spica gold pen, Copic Y38, computer generated verse, blue foil trim- Unknown RAK from One4 Joy, rhinestone stickers: Michael
I also wanted to share a couple of pictures with you today - Sunday we had a beautiful warm sunny day - but towards early evening the sky darkened and we had a brief thunder storm - suddenly the sun was shining brightly even though it was still raining heavily and I just knew there would be a rainbow in the sky. I grabbed my camera (and umbrella!) and ran around the house looking for it and there it was - a double rainbow over my neighbors house. Can you see the hazy 2nd one above the flag?

And these giant bearded Iris beauties are blooming profusely in my garden right now - each stem has so many blossoms on it that they are bending down to the ground. So I cut a bunch and have them in vases around the house - they have the most delicious soft scent! This is one blossom!
And - I'd like to alert you to a super sale going on at H&M Stamps - Heather is selling all her stamp sets for $8 or less per set for the month of June! That is a super deal in these hard economic times! So hurry over and check them out - while supplies last! If you'd like some ideas - you can see cards I've made with H&M Stamps here.


Thanks so much for stopping by!

7 comments:

tennesseejoy said...

Love your card- beautiful job on the sketch, wonderful verse and great crown! Also, thanks for the beautiful photos and yes I can see the second rainbow. Just so lovely. Blessings, Diane/Planted in Joy/Lost in the 60's

Christina said...

Gorgeous pics wow amazing the beauty we see if we just take time to look. Love the page. It is wonderful. I love that you used royal blue.

Karambol said...

Great! Bravo!

dpkennedy said...

Lovely card Julia! The rainbows are awesome! Good for you running for your camera! The iris' are lovely too...I have a bunch that I think I will bring in too. I didn't know they had a scent! Have a great day!

Vicki (basement stamper) said...

WOWZER!! Gorgeous card!! I really love the bling and crown!! Fabulous pictures too! :) TFS!!

Jane ... said...

Awesome card--love the Scripture! Your double rainbow photo and iris photo are gorgeous! I've enjoyed browsing your blog seeing all your beautiful art and will visit often. :D

Anne said...

Thanks for sharing the wonderful pics!! I miss iris'. They used to grow almost uncontrollably where I lived in NM in every wonderful color under the sun. The purple one is gorgeous!!

I bet your His Holy Name project stand is really getting full! I'd love to see a pic of what it looks like now... :)