It’s that time again!! Time for the Divine Design Challenge which is a Bible Verse Challenge where many stampers have made a commitment to offer a card or project on the 8th of each month that includes scripture holding special meaning to them. You can read more about the challenge on Lori Craig’s blog here. Like me, anyone can participate, and the cards are also being posted on Splitcoaststampers under the keyword BVC08. Although it doesn’t resemble what I had in my mind, this card was a pure pleasure to work on.
I had the opportunity to use another of my new Cuttlebug embossing folders. This one was the Lace Tree which is a solitary triangle shaped Christmas Tree. What, you don’t see it? It’s there . . . I embossed the bottom of the tree, upside down, onto each corner of my card panel. In other words the curly que that is the very bottom of the tree falls toward the center of my card, it’s just mostly covered (this time). Here’s what the whole embossing folder looks like.
I’m addicted to those to those fun, fun medallions and used this corner punch this time. If you want to see the video on how to do this easily, just check HERE.
Stamps: Sentiment – Stampabilities
Paper: Coredinations, Bazzill
Ink: Martha Steward – Dusk Blue
Accessories: Cuttlebug Embossing Folder – Lace Tree, Nestabilities, EK Success Victorian Lace Corner Punch, Ribbon, Gold Pearls