Sunday, 2 April 2017

Mustard Seed Faith Challenge - Easter

Sunday Blessings to you, my friends!

It's time for a new challenge over at Mustard Seed Faith Challenge Blog

However, before we get into the details of the new challenge,
I just want to say a great big THANKS to all of you that linked up for our first challenge.
I was beyond thrilled to see so many of my sweet friend participate! :o)

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Okay...on to the new challenge:


What is Easter all about? 
The bunnies and chicks and eggs are all so much fun, right?
Don't forget the chocolate...oh...the chocolate! ;o)
That's all fun stuff! 

But what is Easter REALLY all about?
My card depicts my truth of Easter!
It is the celebration of my RISEN Saviour! 

I just want to share the first verse and chorus of one of my favorite Easter songs. 
It's "Because He Lives" by Bill and Gloria Gaither.

God sent His son, they called him Jesus
He came to love, heal, and forgive.
He lived and died to buy my pardon,
An empty grave is there to prove my Savior lives.

Because He lives, I can face tomorrow.
Because He lives, All fear is gone.
Because I know He holds the future,
And life is worth the living just because He lives.

Isn't that beautiful? :o)

Just a couple of words about my card.
I had a picture in my head of what I wanted to create.
Then I happened upon this cut file that was exactly right! 

Materials Used:
Papers: Recollections - Cardstock, Yellow Polka Dot Scrap;
Cut File: My Scrap Chick - Cross of Easter Card;
Tool: Cricut Explore Air Machine.

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So head on over to the

There you can meet the rest of the Design Team
and see what they've created for the challenge this week. 

Then check out the simple rules, make something,
and link it up!

I can't wait to see what you make! :o)


Diane Noble said...

Such a sweet and precious card with a powerful message. Your card is beautiful as is your post. Have a blessed week!

Eek Eek said...

More mustard. :) No cats :(

Annabel - Knitty Kitty Digis

Daffodil Cards said...

BEAUTIFUL card, love the heart on the cross and the unusual design, but love the modern take on it.