That I posted my April Scripture page without posting my March page for you to see.
I have had a crazy start to the new year. Here I am in April and still trying to play catch up. So much going on here – I am sorry to have forgotten to show you March's page.
With out any further delay here it is ~
This month I did not use Scripture that followed my theme (God's Promises) because I felt I needed to be reminded this month to be faithful in prayer. The start of the 2009 as really been a bit crazy and hectic for me and I know that the only way for me to get through each day with joy in my heart is by prayer and spending time with God. I just felt like I needed to remind myself of Romans 12:12. When I look through my Scripture album of God's Promises and come across this page I will be reminded that I need to be faithful in prayer as I continue to walk with God.
As you can see it is done on Stampin' Up!'s Carousel Notes. It is actually form their retired set (using a retired In Color).
The inside Scallop Circle was created using the Big Shot – Bigz Die – Scallop Circle #113468 – $19.95.
I created the floral arrangement on the inside using the Sizzlits Decorative Strip die – Swirly #113456 – $19.95, SIzzlits Die – Daisy Flower – #113442 – $4.95, and the Sizzlits 4-pack die – Stampin' Up! Birds & Blooms – #113485 – $21.95.
Before adhering the different pieces to the project I stamped my sentiment then layed out the floral arrangement to make sure where I wanted everything.
Once I was happy with the arrangement I started adhering everything. As you can see I used a small flower form Stampin' Up!'s 4-pack die set and the larger leaf.
When everything was adhered I adhered two half pearls form Stampin' Up!'s Pretties Kit to the center of the flowers.
I love the added dimension it gives to the project.
Note: The paper piercing around the Carousel Note was done using the needle adn mat tool from the Crafters' Tool Kit – #104310 – $39.95 and a regular hole punch.
Again I am sorry that I forgot to post this page. I hope you enjoy it.
I would love to hear from you.