Sunday, September 25, 2011

Such a Blessing to Me

Do you have someone in your life who is just "such a blessing to you"?  I know I sure do.  When I made this card last night, there were several people who came to my mind.  I am blessed by people who bless others (including me).  I know I can put this card to good use.

I used the following supplies:  October Afternoon Five & Dime patterned papers, Bazzill cardstock, October Afternoon stickers, Recollections flowers, a Cheery Lynn Designs template to cut the doily, vintage lace and pom-pom trim, and a rub-on sentiment that says, "such a blessing to me".

I am entering this card in two challebges.  I hope you will check out this week's lovely and inspirational post over at because the blog will also be a BLESSING to you in so many ways.  Their challenge was to create something with the word "BLESSING" or a verse with this idea.  I hope you will visit their inspiring blog and read the post.  You can use the link below to read all about it. - Stampin' Sisters in Christ Challenge - Blessings - #183 Sketch Time

The blog over at posts an exciting and fun new challenge each Thursday.  There are some beautiful creations entered that you will most definitely want to see.  Stop by for a peek.  My card is based on the cute sketch for their challenge this week.  Give it a try.

Thanks for stopping by my blog to take a look.  Don't forget to click on the Floral Frog Give-Away photo at the upper right hand side of my blog and enter to win.  There's still plenty of time.  Have a blessed Lord's Day today, and a great week.




  1. beautiful card Karen, I love those papers you used, so pretty!
    Many thanks for joining in the Card Thursday Challenge this week!
    Hope you are having a great weekend,
    happy crafting, Debxx

  2. Oh my, this is gorgeous!!! I love this cheery dp and the sketch is sooo pretty! Thanks so much for coming alongside us at Stampin Sisters in Christ! We certainly appreciate seeing your fabulous work!!!

  3. What a fabulous card. Love the details. Thank you for joining us at Stampin Sisters in Christ.

  4. Karen, this is a very sweet card! It will be a lovely blessing returned to someone!

  5. Very nice card, and I love the sentiment. My mother is definitly a BLESSING to me! Thanks for sharing...

  6. Oh how beautiful!! I just love your colors, the patterned paper and your design. Thanks for joining the SSIC challenge this week!

  7. This is just gorgeous Karen!! Fabulous!!


  8. Very, very cute card! I love the light blue and red together!

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