To Everything There Is A Season
In a time of uncertainty, it's comforting to know that in all things, God is in control. My heart and prayers go out to the City of Lights, all the people in Paris who've been affected by such a tragedy. With that said, I'll share this card that I made a couple of weeks ago and never got around to posting. It's a reminder that it all has purpose under heaven.
I used PTI's Songbird to create this. I did some ink blending on white cardstock and cut the leaves and flowers. I went chalkboard style with the sentiment.
I'll be adding this to the following challenges:
Word Art Wednesday
The Card Concept
Classy Cards N' Such
Please remember to keep Paris in your prayers.
Thanks so much for stopping by. Blessings~ Birgit
A very pretty card and scripture. Even though we do not understand, we know it is in God's plan. This is one of my favorite scriptures and I use it in Sympathy cards a lot.ReplyDelete
Thank you, for joining the Classy Card Challenge.
Beautiful card, and one of my favorite passages too! I would LOVE it if you could make one for me to hang on my office inspiration board! Wonderful colors, and your message to the citizens of France is touching too.ReplyDelete
This is such a wonderful message! And you have framed it beautifully with the flowers!ReplyDelete
Thanks for joining us at The Card Concept!
Beautiful, beautiful card to go along with those wonderful words of hope that we so desperately need and cling to during times like these. SO comforting to know we aren't alone!! Thanks for sharing Birgit!! :0)ReplyDelete
I echo all the other comments. Thanks for sharing your lovely card and playing with us at The Card Concept!ReplyDelete
Hello! Just wanted to say a big thank you for visiting my blog and leaving me a lovely comment... I am now one of your followers and I love your creations!ReplyDelete
How beautiful your card is! the verse is amazing and encouraging. Thank you for sharing it!ReplyDelete
A beautiful card-well laid out and a great sentiment and very thoughtful to place this card with this post about ParisReplyDelete