Scripture Card Set

Hi friends!  I'm back with another card set using the Viva la Verve December One Sheet Wonder template.  This card set was a gift for my mom's birthday earlier this year and is the set that inspired the challenge.  I'm loving seeing every one's take on the challenge and have posted my weekly picks for the Viva la Viewfinder over on the VLV Sketches blog today.



For the card set, I went a little shabby chic, using verses from the Scripture Medley 2 set, some gorgeous My Mind's Eye papers, a bit of lace trim, and some butterflies made with the  Flutterby Die and some chocolate pearls.




The base panel is cream cardstock that was embossed with an embossing folder, then I distressed the edges with ink and a paper distresser. For the Joy card, I used the banner piece as a sash, but didn't really like the way it kind of looked a bit like I was slashing out joy, so changed up the template when I made the challenge to move the banner above.


The butterfly embellishments are made by die cutting two of the  Flutterby Die from so saffron cardstock that had been embossed with the same embossing folder as the main panel.  I inked up the edges and then layered them together, adhering only in the center, then folding the wings on the top butterfly up and embellishing with some dark chocolate pearls.



On this final card, I loved the whimsical look to slightly skewing the verse.  I also turned the square as well to balance things out, Then finished off with a flower from my stash.


Well, that's all from me.  I hope you have a fabulous weekend!  We've got extended family gatherings Saturday and Sunday, as well as our 17th wedding anniversary tomorrow!


Enabler's List
Stamps:  Scripture Medley 2 (Verve Stamps)
Paper: My Mind's Eye, so saffron (SU!) cream (Neenah)
Ink: Early Espresso (SU!), vintage photo (Ranger Distress)
Accessories:  Flutterby Die (A Cut Above by VERVE), Flowers & Flourish embossing folder 2 pk. (Sizzix), paper flower, dark chocolate pearls (Pizzazz Aplenty)

12 comments

  1. Beautiful. Love your shabby chic scripture cards.

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  2. Also, Happy Anniversary. Have a wonderful weekend with family.

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  3. Julee, these are SO gorgeous! I'll bet your mom loved them. I gave away my set yesterday to an older lady who is a dear friend and thought thankful thoughts of you for designing such beautiful Scripture stamps. Thank you! Have a wonderful anniversary! ~ Tricia

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  4. First, Happy Anniversary! Second, these cards are so lovely. And I really like that they are not too frou-frou for the menfolk.

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  5. A beautiful set of cards Julee. Happy Anniversary!

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  6. HAPPY 17th ANNIVERSARY. Hope it is filled with lots of love, hugs and laughter.
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Thanks for sharing your GOREGEOUS cards. I LOVE your embossed butterflies.
    Crafty hugs,
    D~
    DesignsByDragonfly.blogspot

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  7. first happy anniversary late. thank you for your lovely comment on my blog and I want to wish you a very merry and Blessed Christmas and New Year. your cards are beautiful.

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  8. Happy Anniversary! Love these cards. Was wondering what embossing folder you used? It's really unique, would love to find it.

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    1. The embossing folder is from the Flower & Flourish 2 pack by Sizzix.

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    2. Thank you! Going to see if I can find it to buy.

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  9. This is such a fun sketch challenge, and your gorgeous samples this whole month. LOVE the paper and embossing folder combo with this set.

    Merry Christmas!

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  10. Julee, these cards are so fabulous! I can't wait to use my set and LOVE that so many Verve sets feature Scripture verses. I posted my card with Weary World today and I am so thankful to be able to share the real meaning of Christmas with your products.

    I so appreciate your comments, your work, and YOU!

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