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SSiC142 - Everything in the Heavens

“Lift up your eyes and look to the heavens: Who created all these? He who brings out the starry host one by one and calls forth each of them by name. Because of his great power and mighty strength, not one of them is missing.” Isaiah 40:26

Card Challenge: 
Create a card that depicts any element of heaven—
angels, music, clouds, sun, stars, blue, glitter, bling, etc."

(INSIDE)

As you can see, I went with STARS… including my paper, the 2 li’l stick pins in the button, and my 2 images!  The image is from Pollycraft Digital Stamps.   

Thanks for looking ~ Have a blessed week!

Comments

Glenda Atkins said…
Super wonderful baby card, Kris, love the two images,both adorable!
These images are just so cute - love he way you have used them to create a fabulous card.
Blessings
Maxine
Diane Noble said…
Kris, what a sweet card and perfect images for the challenge. May your week be blessed by a heavenly perspective. Hope it sparkles!
Kathy W. said…
So cute Kris! Love the stars and the stick pins too..great design and love that you decorated the inside too.
Jerusha Borden said…
So pretty Kris! I printed both these yesterday after Helen mentioned the sale. :) This card is so pretty and so cute. I have a thing for baby cards!
Becky said…
This is just darling Chris..Love how you did this on kraft.
Wendy @ E-1-A said…
Just love your cards Kris! They are always so beautifully made and photographed. Enjoyed your post re: how helpful for paper crafters indeed.

Thank you for linking up to Scripture Sunday on ECTaS this week... it's a joy to host a link to your blog :D

Wendy
Wendy @ E-1-A said…
Just love your cards Kris! They are always so beautifully made and photographed. Enjoyed your post re: how helpful for paper crafters indeed.

Thank you for linking up to Scripture Sunday on ECTaS this week... it's a joy to host a link to your blog :D

Wendy
Michelle said…
LOVE how you did the image on kraft paper! The image just 'pops' on there and especially with those gorgeous colors!
AmethystCat said…
cute - love the inside too!
ScrappySandie said…
Hi Kris! What an adorable card...love the cute baby images! And the bright colors...especially how you made the booties lime green to match the cardstock background! Perfect! Have a great week!
Sandie
ScrappySandie said…
Hi Kris! What an adorable card...love the cute baby images! And the bright colors...especially how you made the booties lime green to match the cardstock background! Perfect! Have a great week!
Sandie
Unknown said…
Those little images are so sweet! Love how you used the monochrome to stamp inside the card too, just the outline. Great paper choice as well, another crisp (or crips if your fingers are trippin') creation!
MariLynn said…
Kris, when I saw the outside of your card I thought that the little guy was just so cute, but when I saw the one on the inside, I fell in love with him. Just adorable!!!!! I hope you are having a wonderful blessed week! hugs!
Candace said…
Hi, Kris! LOVE your card! It is adorable!! Love all the stars! Hope you are having a great week! Hugs!!! :)
Helen said…
Cute card! That little guy is adorable! I love how you colored him straight on the kraft cs. That turned out really cool. I'm gald everyone liked those stamps! I love them! Have a blessed week-end! ~H

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