Thursday, June 3, 2010

It is Thursday.......

and time for another Stamping in Time Challenge with Betty. Today marks # 11 and oh my goodness, is it going to be fun. Since some of the Bread Sticks have been playing faithfully, Betty has asked if anyone of us would want to host a challenge and Angie Crockett said "Yes"!!!! Angie has come up with this awesome challenge to "Make a Scene"!!!!

Now, you can use any of ODBD scene stamps or combine other ODBD images and scriptures with designer papers and create your own scene! Important thing is to have fun "making a scene!" We would love to see what scene you create!

I had this awesome idea but had to change it totally as I just could not find my chipboard birds. See when you have two girls ages 5 and 8 y.o. you just can't hide anything. My girls decided to uses my stuff and not theirs, to create and now they can't remember who put what where. So, my plans were changed to something very different and very CAS. Yep, I've said it very Clean And Simple......emphasis on simple ;D;D.

I believe this is one of the first stamps that Kelley came out with...the box says 2008, so I am using just the right stamps as we are supposed to use the more seasoned stamps for this challenge anyhow,hehe!!!

Are you is my

I am the Good Shepherd;


Paper:PTI Rustic Cream, Dark Chocolate, Memory Box Frond

Ink: Memento Rich Cocoa, Tim Holtz Distressing Ink Vintage Photo and Shabby Shutters

Accessories: Ginger Dew Drops, foam tape, Tim Holtz Distressing Tool

See, I told you, it was CAS!! :D:D:D

But I think that this awesome stamp set does not need much more.

What do you think?

Well, if you want to see more totally awesome scene cards head on over to

(this weeks ever so talented Host)

(June/July Guest Designer)

To find out all of the details about this cool challenge head on over to the ODBD Blog.

Thanks so much for stopping by, I truly appreciate each and every one of you and your comments make my day a brighter day.

Hugs and blessings,


Betty Wright said...

Sabrina, this is wonderful! Love the colors and the layered torn scripture detailing! Fantastic scene!

Bridgett Owens said...

I really like CAS cards! What a fun challenge! I like the torn edges on the scripture layer and mat. The distressing is so nice, as well.

Crystal said...

SOOOOO Beautiful Sabrina, I LOVE the distressing on this...Perfect color choice for this image!! Beautiful work as always sweetie!! Enjoy your Thursday!

Anonymous said...

Hi Sabrina~

What a wonderful card! I wouldn't change a thing about it! I wish I knew what you did under the sentiment to build it up so beautifully! I really like this card. And, CAS cards are wonderful. Although, this card would have taken me 1/2 a day to make! LOL


He IS Able,
Traci S.

Angella D. Crockett said...

Sabrina, your card may be CAS, but it is packed FULL of gorgeous-ness!!!! I love it!!! Thanks so much for creating a sample for the challenge! Oh, I love your outside staging!! It was so awesome to talk to you on the phone today!!! Maybe one day we'll meet in person!! Blessings, GF!!

Mary said...

CAS cards are my favorite to make. :) Yours came out awesome Sabrina. You make a CAS look beautiful.

As for your girls finding your things.....looks like you need a new hiding place. ha-ha.


Velta said...

Sabrina~ All I know is that this is just stunning. I love how you have distressed the papers around the verse. Great thinking girl!!

Wendy @ E-1-A said...

I love this text and your card design is perfectly matched :D

Pati said...

I like clean & simple! I love yours, the browns, the distressing, and the stamps used. CAS is easy on the eyes, and brain. Seeing yours is inspiring me to go make a CAS card, well soon. : )