Thursday, June 6, 2013

Be Joyful in Hope


This stamp was one of a wonderful set of stamps called "all about Hope" by Unity Stamp Co.

I think this is the perfect bible verse for those dealing with cancer. 

Although, being "patient in affliction" can be very hard at times, which is why we should be faithful in prayer!!! :)






Supplies used: card stock - white, recycled white; patterned paper Cheerful and Sweet in Delightful by Authentique; stamp from all about Hope by Unity; ink - Tuxedo Black by Memento; die, Labels, Fancy #4 by Sizzix; rhinestones - Frosting by Glitz; ribbon - Michaels; roses - Yolie.

Remember ladies, Take Care of Your Girls!!!

Get Your Mammograms!!!!





19 comments:

Lisa said...

This is gorgeous!! I love the colors and the rhinestones!! The sentiment is fabulous!!

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts

CraftyGirl said...

Ester this is such a wonderful creation. You could not have made a more beautiful bow. :)

TTFN,

CraftyGirl

Anita Kejriwal said...

such a pretty card!! Beautiful enough to lift up depressed moods

JennyKozar said...

love the verse - and your card is beautiful.

Linda said...

how pretty and love this is. I love it great card.

Ruby said...

Love both of the cards. I am a cancer survivor so I find these cards so inspirational. TFS

Tracy said...

Beautiful,heartfelt creation Esther!
Hugs
Tracy
xoxo

Martha said...

What a BEAUTIFUL card with a fabulous scripture!

Michelle said...

Beautiful! Love the bow!!!

Michelle said...

Beautiful! Love the bow!!!

Julie Odil said...

This is beautiful! Love that Bible verse.

JPScraps said...

The card is GORGEOUS!!

Angeline said...

What a sweet encouragement card!

Kary said...

This is Gorgeous, Esther!! Love the scripture sentiment and the lovely bow and rosettes.

Miwa said...

How very pretty and inspiring! Love the touch of bling!

Cynthia said...

Great design, Esther.

libbym said...

Ester this is Gorgeous!!!!

Corrie said...

What a stunning card, great job

Jessi Fogan said...

So gorgeous, Esther! I love the pretty papers & perfect roses & ribbon to go with. (How much did you love the new 'cancer sucks sentiments'?!!)