stamping in time with Betty, sketch...

Once again I am privileged to be able to make a sample for the Stamping in Time challenge with Betty Wright.  Her guest host this week is Silke Ledlow and she is challenging us with a sketch you will find below.  It is a high and low card or tall and thin.  Your choice!  However, it is not an A2 card or a square card sketch.  Good luck and have fun with it. 

I couldn't quite manage to make my card as long and tall as I would have like due to lack of way to cut an oval as long as I would have liked.  Guess what just got added my Nesties' wish list, ya you guessed right, the long oval.  This is a great sketch to highlight a piece of scripture with so I chose to use this verse from Our Daily Bread Designs Scripture Collection 2.

our sketch
What I used:
Our Daily Bread Designs Scripture Collection 2
SU soft suede, baja breeze, kraft card stock
BoBunny designer paper
Versafine black
Tim Holtz brushed corduroy, vintage photo distress ink
Victoria cuttlebug embossing folder
clear embossing powder
Spellbinder oval Nestabitlity
American Craft mini brads


Kathy Jones said…
Beautiful Debi!!! Love the rich Cocoa colours and the texture on the panels!!!
Betty Wright said…
Debi, this is fantastic! Love the warm tones and the touches of the blue! Wonderful scripture card!
Becky said…
Lovely card, gorgeous colors.
Silke Ledlow said…
Beautiful card Debi!!! Love the warm colors and the embossed panels!!! Hugs ~S~
Francie G. said…
Beautiful, Debi! Wonderful colors and texture! Love the effect the dark panels has against the light background!
Grace said…
I love itDebi! the warmth of the colors and vivid verse makes this so beautiful! You should enter it in CPC Bible Verse Thursday... to use a Scripture about a path!
This is my all time fave verse Debi!! You framed it so beautifully. Love the texture and warm tones. Awesome take on the sketch!
Karen W said…
Very nice, I love the colors on this also.
Awesome sketch, Debi!!! Love the colors!!

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