Monday, March 3, 2014

This Hope



Today I'm back publishing on my Blissful Bits and Pieces blog.
 It's been a long time. I decided to link this to
 before the challenge  closes on Wednesday.

I saw this stamp set with coordinating dies by 
Verve Stamps and just had to have them! 

I love the scripture verses in this set, Strong Anchor and felt it went well with SU's new DSP, High Tide 132992
What do you think? Also, what's not to love 
about the matching die cuts? So cute.

Verve Stamp - Strong Anchor
Nautical Die Set - Verve Stamps

Stampin' Up! Product
 
High Tide DSP 132992
Summer Starfruit CS, Pacific Point CS
Whisper White CS

Ink: Island Indigo 126986

Framelits - Deco Labels 130102

FREE - Sweet Sorbet Accessory Pack
with any $50 purchase (133522)

I hope you have a wonderful and CRAFTY day!
I'm going back into my Studio to put together 
some cards and such for my GD. 

She is currently a US Marine stationed in Afghanistan. 
I'm hoping the "goodie box" will bring her some joy.
and she will be able to mail the cards to some 
her to friends and family to help her keep in touch.

BERNADETTE


 



 



5 comments:

Carole Robb Bisson said...

Daddy always played that on the piano and we sang it over and over again. Such memories you have stirred up with this card. The blues are just lovely and the focal point is timeless. Thank you for sharing this wonderful art with us at Word Art Wednesday today. Blessings, Carole DT

Bernadette Bliss said...

Thank you Carole. I didn't realize it was put to music. I really love the verse. It is such a comfort and I'm blessed it blessed you! B

Cindy Brumbaugh said...

Such a beautiful verse and card, Bernadette. I am sure your GD will love it, and God Bless her;)

Karen Letchworth said...

I just LOVE this, Bernadette. This is SO pretty, and I thank you so much for sharing with us. It's always a blessing to have you join us.
Blessings to you,
Karen
Word Art Wednesday

Lee-Anne said...

This is wonderful, Bernadette! Love that Verve set! Beautiful colors and wonderful message! Thanks for popping by the blog :)