An Encouraging, CAS Card | Isaiah 28:29

Hello hello hello everyone… Nowadays, electronic email and sending message on Social Media platforms becoming easy ways to communicate, but sending a card is one of the ways to send someone’s love, encourage, and it can lift their spirit up, especially in times that they need it.

My card today is a clean and simple card that I created with a Bible verse from Isaiah 28:29. You can grab this free digital stamp from Word Art Wednesday Challenge #388 – #389. And this week challenge sponsor is Joy Clair.

I open the digital stamp sentiment with image with Silhouette Studio Software. I divided the page into 4 section and each section is in 4.25 inch x 5.5 inch. They fit perfectly on a front A2 card. I printed the sentiments on a letter size white cardstock, and then trimmed them into 4 panels.

I stamped one of the flower cluster images from the Martha’s Flowers Stamp Set on the top of the panel with VersaFine Clair Nocturne Ink Pad and MISTI. After that, I dried the stamped image with craft heater.

I colored the flower cluster image with Pearlescent Water Color Paint and water brush. I dried the watercolor paint and then I cut it with one of the Elegant Stitched Dot Edge Dies.

I trimmed Bazzill Dotted Swiss Cardstock into 4.25 inch x 5.5 inch and I added it on an A2 white card base with Tombow Mono Permanent Adhesive. Then, I added the sentiment panel on top of the card with the same adhesive. I embellished the card with some natural twine ribbon on top of the card.

Anything Goes #388 – #389

I hope you all can play along with this Word Art Wednesday Challenge #388 – #389. Thank you so much for stopping by my blog today.

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3 thoughts on “An Encouraging, CAS Card | Isaiah 28:29

  1. Your card is so gorgeous and I love that verse used for it. Wonderful floral design and colors as well.