Sunday, April 24, 2011

He is Risen!


He is risen!  Hallelujah!
Oh what a wonderful feeling it is to know that I am free, because of what Christ did for me.  I still marvel, after all these years, that He died FOR ME.  It feels so personal and brings me a hint of sadness thinking of His suffering, knowing that I did not, nor will I ever deserve this kind of love.  A love that is so great that He suffered on the cross, was buried and rose again, FOR ME ...  so that my sins could be forgiven and I could be reconciled with God  ...  so that I could live a life of peace and joy in knowing that when I die, I will spend eternity with God.  What a wonderful feeling that I do not have to earn it.  The price has been paid.  If you would like more information on how you can have this kind of peace and joy, this assurance, this kind of love, then please feel free to email me - melisa.waldorf@yahoo.com.

"For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him shall not perish but have everlasting life" John 3:16
Hallelujah!

If you missed the wonderful Easter post over on the Layers of Color blog this week, please take a moment to check it out HERE.

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Project Description

Trim patterned paper 3 1/8” x 4 ¼” Trim white card stock 2 ½” x 4 ¼” and emboss with Cuttlebug embossing folder. Distress with yellow ink.  Ink edges of both panels with black ink. Adhere white panel first then patterned paper panel over lapping to front of card. Adhere lace as shown. I use white wet glue along edges of lace/card and let dry before trimming. It prevents fraying once you cut it. Stamp sentiment on front of card. Stamp base of cross on yellow cardstock and front on white cardstock with black ink and trim. Trim / emboss white cardstock with Labels Eight Nestibilities  using Grand Calibur. Distress edges with yellow ink. Adhere to front of card as shown and add cross images. Embellish with yellow pearls.

Stamps : Layers of Color Gothic Crosses, sentiment Impression Obssession
Ink : Tsukineko VersaMagic Thatched Straw and VersaFine Onyx Black
Patterned paper : Lilybee Designs “This and That” 6x6 paper pad
Embossing Folder : Cuttlebug
Spellbinders Labels Eight Nestibilities and Grand Calibur
Lace : local craft store

4 comments:

Shirley said...

A really beautiful card, Melisa!

Diana Queen said...

Ahhh...beautiful card Melisa! Happy Easter to you my friend! ;D

MaxineD said...

Simple and stunning! Your card and notes say it all. What hope we have!!
Easter Blessings
Maxine

Lovely Linda said...

Hello Melisa - what a simply elegant card Melisa - you capture the cross so beautifully! I love the way you have used both crosses - this is very effective! Thank you for sharing your art and fro your heart - both are inspiring my friend! Happy Easter to you and your family! {{{hugs}}}

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