This week's card for the shut ins at my church features another design I saw on Iced Images. You can see the video here: Triple Floating Diamond Card - Bing video. It's called a Floating Triple Diamond Card, and I used the video and the measurements given there to design a cut file in Silhouette Studio. If anyone is interested in the files I've created in Silhouette Studio, you can check them out in the Silhouette Card Making and Papercrafts FB group where I've uploaded the files for free. There are lots of great free files available in that group thanks to the generosity of designers much more talented than I am!
The verse on these cards is from Psalm 95:3. I can't find a version with the exact wording used in the word art I purchased, so I'm thinking it's a paraphrase of the verse. In the NIV, it's written: For the LORD is the great God, and the great King above all gods. This verse really has a double meaning to me. Truly God is above all things and all authorities in the sense that He is sovereign over all creation, and no one can challenge His power and authority. But He also deserves to be worshiped and loved above all things in my life. With the help of the Holy Spirit, we can strive to love and serve Him above all other things.
I also used this card design for a sympathy card this week when a friend's husband died unexpectedly. The floral paper was so pretty that I thought it would make a lovely sympathy card. If you change up the paper and add the appropriate sentiment, it could be used for any occasion really.
The finished card folds to fit in a 6X6 envelope. Warning: this cost me $1.23 to mail as it needs to be mailed at the non-machinable rate and is also over an ounce in weight.
Craftyhazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge (craftyhazelnutspatternedpaper.blogspot.com):ATG with patterned paper
Creations in Pink: ATG with mostly pink color palette
Love To Scrap Challenge Blog: ATG with stamp or digi (I hope the scripture word art digi stamp counts)
Rabisco Challenge: ATG
Your Scrapbook Place: ATG