Friday, July 6, 2012

JOHN 14: 1-3

Got some awful news today that my neighbors lost their son in a horrible car accident...he was only 26 years old..My heart just breaks for the family....I thank God each and everyday for his mercy in watching over me and my entire family...

I wanted to make a nice card for the family so I looked to a few online card challenges to help me out and I used the JOHN 14: 1-3 bible verse from the Cutting Cafe.
I played along with the following challenges to help me create this card:
ISSC23 (I spy sketches)
AND
CAS-ual Fridays
Make sure to join in on the sketches...the projects everyone does is just amazing...HUGS


11 comments:

Sandi said...

Regina, this is beautiful and I am sure will bring some comfort to your neighbor. Hugs

mickeydee said...

This card and the sentiment are both beautiful, and so are you for being such a thoughtful neighbor. I will keep this family in my prayers.

Krista's Paper Cafe said...

Regina, your card is stunningly beautiful! As I was scrolling, I thought "I like this recipe." It all flows perfectly.

Vickie Z said...

So sorry to hear about your neighbors' son. This will be a lovely card for them. Thanks for playing at I Spy!!

Jenny said...

Oh what a terrible tradegy, I'm sure your neighbours will apprecite your caring thoughts with this beautiful card :0)
So glad you joined us this week at CASual Fridays :0)
Jenny x

Lori said...

This is beautiful - that black pattern on the yellow stripe is really stunning!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Beautiful card -- So sorry at your neighbor's news, how devastating!

Vicki Dutcher said...

Oh yeah - Thanks for joining in at I Spy~

Suzanne D. said...

Beautiful, Regina! The patterns go so well together and I love the detail in the white dots. Thanks for playing along at CAS-ual Fridays!

Julie Day said...

So sad when a life is taken that way :( Beautiful card, love the color combo and banner verse. Hope this card brings a bit of peace to them. Thanks for playing this week at CAS-ual Fridays!

Kim Teasdale said...

What a beautiful card and I'm sure that it will bring them some comfort. Thanks for playing along this week over at iSpy Sketches!