Sunday, June 12, 2011

SSIC#93

Good Sunday morning stamping friends!  Wow, this week really has flown by. My oldest was in basketball camp and had a blast. It was organized by a local church and they were sure sneaking in some bible teaching and prayer as well....LOVE it!! I am already looking forward to VBS the beginning of July. All right, this week over at Stampin' Sisters in Christ none other than Lisa Hjulberg is the hostess and she has been challenging us to create a Father's Day card or card that honors God. Well, I went with a card to honor God. Not that hard, as I believe any time you use a scripture on your card, you are doing just that. Lisa has chosen this scripture


(Eph 6:2-4 NRSV) "Honor your father and mother"--this is the first commandment with a promise: {3} "so that it may be well with you and you may live long on the earth." {4} And, fathers, do not provoke your children to anger, but bring them up in the discipline and instruction of the Lord.


And here is what I came up with


Anchor






Recipe:

Paper: PTI Kraft, textured card stock from my stash, Basic Grey Lime Rickey, Life of the Party

Stamps: ODBD Anchor

Ink: VersaFne Onyx Black, Tim Holtz Distressing Ink Faded Jeans

Accessories: MayArts Twine, Basic Grey buttons, Spellbinders Eyelet Squares, Labels 12


What do you think? I know my cards are always a little more simple than the cards I usually make, but according to my husband, men don't like all of that stuff on their cards. ;D

If you would like to see what my Design Sisters have come up with make sure you'll head on over to

Chris, Grace, Kristine, Linda, Lisa, Marilynn, Miesje, PeggySue and Rebekka have come up with.

For all of the details for this awesome challenge make sure you head on over to the SSIC Blog.

Sponsor this week is

                                               Simon Says Stamp

and you can win a set called     "Elephant Love".

That is it for me for today! Thanks for stopping by and making my day a little brighter!

Have a wonderfully blessed Sunday and I hope you'll get to play along.

Hugs,

 

15 comments:

Becky said...

I think you did an awesome card...Just right for a man. :)
Have a wonderful week my sister.
Hugs :)

Crystal said...

OOOOO this is FANTASTIC, what a great masculine creation Sabrina, I LOVE that background paper just PERFECT for your sentiment!!!! AWESOME Creation sweetie, hope you are enjoying your weekend!!!!!!!

Lori said...

A fantastic card, Sabrina! I just love the way you stamped the sentiment over the anchor, beautiful. Hugs~Lori

Wendy M said...

Very classy card Sabrina... love it xx

Miesje said...

Love it Sabrina! That blue background is perfect for that image! Hope you have a wonderful week filled with blessings!

Grace said...

Sabrina this is fantastic! LOVE the dp and the texture you created! It's just the perfect amount of stuff for a guy card! Love the over stamping! Hope you are enjoying a wonderful weekend!
hugs,
Grace

MariLynn said...

Sabrina, love the embossing on your card. I like the three little buttons on the bottom. Great scripture! Hope you have a blessed week!

velta said...

Well, I love "all that stuff" that you put on your cards, but of course men probably do not...this is a perfect masculine card...and a great tribute to Him!!! Thanks for sharing Sabrina!

Chris Olsen, Glowbug said...

Hello my friend!! I just love your card!! YOur verse, your added texture and the dp is perfect!! Glad your dd had a good time at basketball camp. TTYS!
hugs,
Chris

Conniecrafter said...

Perfect guy card and I just love the stamping of the sentiment over the image!

Jennipher Lowery said...

I like the simpler style for a masculine card. Nice work.

Peggysuez said...

Sabrina what lovely colors and such a great idea, overstamping the sentiment. Looks marvelous!

Lovely Linda said...

Hello Sabrina - I am happy to be able to leave a comment! Finally the Blogger thing is fixed! Love this 'man card!' Your colours and details are perfect! Thank you for always inspiring Sabrina - you ROCK my friend! {{{hugs}}}

Joanne (jojot) said...

I think this is fabulous....and yes, I agree with your DH....gurs like less 'stuff'

Pat Wafer said...

Hi, your card are absolutely beautiful. This is the first time that I have visited your blog and love what I have seen. The So Blessed card is one what has beautiful color combinations. I will return for inspiration.