Deb & Vicki

Wooden Crosses with Deb & Vicki

Hidy Ho Teaspoon Fans,

I love this Bible Journaling Stamp called Wooden Crosses.  Today is the first day of Lent and got it out to make a card for a dear friend.  (Those are the Rosary Beads I received when I made my First Holy Communion)!

Wooden Crosses for the beginning of Lent

Wooden Cross

The background is one of my Favorites! – Farmhouse Shiplap

and it has to be inked up with the PERFECT ink color – Weathered Wood

Wooden Crosses for this Lenton Season I added some Love

Added a little Love – How you ask?

Sending All My Love on the Wooden Crosses

I used the word Love from the Sentiment XV Set.

The Sentiment Set XV not only has the sentiment

but you can back it with the coordinating die as seen to the right! Oh Yah!!!!

Sentiment XX Die Set

Sentiments XX

I love how today’s card came out and how it can be used for so many occasions.  I think my sweet sweet friend will appreicate it.  How about using it for a Christening or for a Sympathy Card.  So many possibilities.  I watercolored it to make it very simple and elegant.

Wooden Crosses for this Lenton Season I added some Love

Added to the word LOVE for a little dimension is Crystal Glaze!

We hope you liked today’s post, it can be a very powerful card for whatever occasion you would like to celebrate.  We hope you give it a try!  Thank you for stopping by today, it’s always a pleasure when we can get to share time with our crafty friends!  Hope you have a very blessed day!

~With a dollop and dash of fun and sass…

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