Tuesday, April 18, 2017

Wait upon God - TMS #399

Happy Tuesday to you!  It's time for Tuesday Morning Sketches!!

I've got a Scripture card to share today...

My sentiment/image is Ps 62:5 is word art from Word Art Wednesday.  It's cut out using Spellbinders Petite Ovals and Petite Scalloped Ovals.  My paper is one of the last pages from 7 Gypsies Journey.  My butterflies are Sizzix Butterflies #3 Stamp and Die set.  I embossed them with MS gold EP.  So pretty IRL!

Here's our sketch for this week...


Tuesday Morning Sketches is sponsoring this week with this fun stamp set by Pink and Main. 

Jo's Scrap Shack FFF #184 - anything goes
Crafting with Friends #41 - anything goes
Word Art Wednesday #278-279 - anything goes- must be family friendly w/ uplifting sentiment

Thanks for stopping by!  Be sure to go check out the creations from the TMS DT...


We'd love to have you play along with us this week at Tuesday Morning Sketches!


Christine said...

Such a pretty card! I am drawn to ovals as a focal shape, and the scripture you placed there was a blessing to read. Thank you for joining the challenge at Jo's Scrap Shack this week.
DT Member

Heidi MyLittleStampingBlog said...

Just beautiful with those sparkley butterflies in gold. TFS!

Donna said...

Beautiful card Debbie! LOve the sentiment and the lovely butterflies. Hope you had a wonderful Easter.

Sue's Paper Crafts said...

Beautiful card, great butterflies. Thank you for joining us at Jo's Scrap Shack.

Sue - Jo's Scrap Shack DT

Carol L said...

The encouraging sentiment is enhanced with all that beautiful gold which really gives an elegant look! Love the butterflies!

Joyce Tompkins said...

Such an inspiring and beautiful card. Thanks for joining Fun~day Friday at Jo's Scrap Shack.
Joyce, DT

Melissa Craig said...

Beautiful card! I love the gold embossing and the sentiment is beautiful (and needed).

Patti said...

I just LOVE that verse Debbie and your black & gold combo is beautiful!

Janice M said...

So pretty Debbie! Love those embossed butterflies that go really well with the paper you used too.