Thursday, October 29, 2009

Holy and Tongue

I use Black Chancery as the font, printed on copy paper, inked the edges in blue. The tab is cut from the Accent Essential Cartridge in blackout and the edges are inked in blue. "Holy" is punched from dark blue paper. The butterflies are punched using the Martha Stewart butterfly punch once in dark blue paper than again in a blue patterned paper.

Week 25: Holy (front Scripture)
Holy, Holy, Holy is the
Lord Almighty, The Whole Earth is Filled with his Glory.

- Isiah 6:30

Holy (back definition)
1: worthy of complete devotion and trust
2: divine
3: set apart to the service of God
4: respected as sacred
5: complete, utter

I used Ck Curly for the font this time, printed on copy paper and inked the edges in red. The tab was created with Design Studio and the George cartridge. This portion was actually left over from another project, so the full circle only shows on the front of the card. I inked the edges in red. I punched "tongue" in green and glued the letters on the circles of the tab. Using a flower punch I punched flowers out of a different pink and a red card stock and sandwiched them together. One flower I cut in half for a tab on the front of the card and placed the other half on the back of the card at the bottom of the card.

Week 26: Tongue (front Scripture)
With the tongue we praise our Lord
and Father, and with it we curse men
who have been made in Gods likeness.

- James 3:9

Tongue (back definition)
1: the power of communication

Recipe: Paper: Scraps of white, dark blue, blue pattered, pink two colors, red, green, Ink: blue, red and background papers Ink: blue, red, Punches: Scrap Essential Alphabet set Fonts, Martha Stewart butterfly, flower punch Cricut Cartridge: Accent Essentials Font: Black Chancery, CK Curly

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