23 September 2017

Inspired by words.

Hi there!

Happy Saturday to you! Our long weekend here in the UAE will soon be something of the past ... so let me show you what I created over the weekend!

A closer look :

The supplies:

I used :

  • Bird cutting file from Silhouette store : Design ID #133715
  • Background stamps from Stamperia.
  • Distress inks Peacock feathers & Seedless Preserves.
  • My own sentiment/ scripture from the Bible Psalms 91:4 ( NLT) designed in the Silhouette studio.
  • Silhouette cameo .

You are welcome to use the word art I created :

Psalm 91:4

Entering the following challenges:

Time out challenges  ~ Inspired by words : I used the words bird and feathers as my inspiration.

Simon says stamp Wednesday challenge ~ Pop it up !

Clean and simple on Friday ~ Use a die on your card.

Thanks for visiting me today!



Luci said...

Wow! How much do I love those colors and how you blended and created a beautiful die cut! This is a lovely card - everything about it is beautiful!

Luci said...

Wow! How much do I love those colors and how you blended and created a beautiful die cut! This is a lovely card - everything about it is beautiful!

- Bellule - said...

Absolutely gorgeous !!

Bises ♥

Virginia L. said...

Love your inking!! This is so gorgeous! Thanks so much for joining the fun over Simon Says Stamp Wednesday "Pop It Up" Challenge! Well done as always! xo

Nonni said...

Stunning card, Hannelie! I love the color palette and all the supplies you used. So many beautiful details! Thanks for joining us at TIME OUT!

Happy Dance said...

What a beautiful reminder to "...trust God in all things." This made me smile the second I read that wonderful Psalm. An absolutely gorgeous card. Hope you have a wonderful weekend. Bev

nancy littrell said...

Beautiful psalm and so beautifully designed with your different fonts. Love your pretty bird and strip border. TFS Hannelie. Hugs

3kidmama said...

Thank you so very much, Hannelie! I was just online tonight searching for sentiment stamps for cards that could be used for our church to send out as a means of encouragement. I wasn't finding very much - this Psalm is perfect and it your design is so lovely! Just know that your art will be used by Him to encourage people around the world! Thank you for sharing your talents! You are such a blessing!

Bobby said...

Stunning, Hannelie. The colors are fabulous and who can go wrong with a Bible verse for a sentiment. Thanks for sharing.

Kristie Goulet said...

This is so gorgeous, Hannelie! I love the verse and the colors you used! Amazing!

Lynn said...

Oh how wonderful is this Verse! Absolutely fabulous card!

Thanks so much for playing with us at Time Out!

Anita in France said...

I smiled, Hannelie ... yep, it is such a beautiful verse ... and you've showcased it so wonderfully ... lovely fonts, perfectly nestled into the tail feathers of that gorgeous, flourishy bird! Delighted to have you playing along with us at Time Out! Hugs, Anita :)

RitaR said...

What a beautiful card, Hannelie ... and your scripture design is precious and such an encouragement! Thank you so much for sharing your sentiment design with all of us; I plan to use your verse in the cards I make for cancer patients! God bless you!

Krista's Paper Cafe said...

This is gorgeous!! Just what I was looking to do. I wanted this same bible verse with a bird. Thank you for creating and sharing the sentiment.

Kara Lynne said...

I love your word art on that wonderful verse! Your bird is gorgeous and I love how the tail frames the verse! So beautiful, Hannelie!

Zw@@n said...

Stunning card, Hannelie. Love the bird and the colours. Thank you for joining us at CAS on Friday. Luv, Wilma

Shona Chambers said...

What a beautiful card Hannelie and love those colours together, especially along that left edge. And the font on your sentiment flows along with the bird itself. Always wonderful seeing your designs at TIME OUT!

Cheryl W. said...

Beautiful card and sentiment! The Silhouette bird image is really lovely. I haven't shopped at the online store in a long time, so it seems a little browsing is in order. he he