Wednesday, January 14, 2009

The Lord Prayer

I just love this stamp from Our Daily Bread Designs called The Lord Prayer!! I stamp the sheep image from the Lord is my Shepherd (also from ODBD) on white card stock and then The Lords Prayer on vellum, then layer the vellum on top on the image. I really like the way this looks. My flower is made with pink pirouette CS following Kim's tutorial she had a while back.

Here is a closer look at the image!!

Card Recipe:
Stamps: Our Daily Bread Designs -
The Lord Prayer & The Lord is my Shepherd
Paper: White, Pink Pirouette, Chocolate Chip, Old Olive, So Saffron, & DP
Ink: Black
Tools & Accessories: Clear EP, Hemp Twine, Brads, Handmade Flowers, Sewing Machine


  1. Sita, this is absolutely gorgeous!!!! Love the layout and the corner of flowers with the little touch in the other is a fabulous look. Beautifully done!!!!

  2. Ooooooh - this is just gorgeous!!!! I love the soft, delicate feel of it with the vellum and those beautiful flowers, a truly stunning card!!!!

  3. Gorgeous!! I love the vellum over that image, it's so soft. And that flower/thread treatment is amazing!!!
    hugs, Jami

  4. Very creative layering over the image. Are the ODB stamps wood mounted or clear (the ones that you use)? What specific type of ink do you use? I'm sorry to ask so many questions. I'm very impressed with you work, and would like to learn to improve my own cards.

  5. Sita, I am back!!!! LOL!!! Left you an award on my blog!!!!

  6. I'd love to know how long it takes you to make all these! A masterpiece in paper, just beautiful and inspirational.

  7. Another gorgeous card, Sita! Love your flowers and the soft colors!

  8. OMGoodness---my father was stationed at KADENA AIR FORCE BASE in teh Okinawa when i was about 7 years old---we lived there for about 3 years then came to USA---how rare it is to find someone who lives in a country you use to run and play in---i do remember they were building an OMNI hotel across from KADENA AFB before we left--is it still there???--contact me when you can--i want to kn ow more about this great place---remain blessed!!


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