Stampin’ Up! UK Trust God For What You Need
Whether you believe in God or not, or whether you believe in someone or something else, or your own destiny or fate, I always like to think that we put our trust and faith into something.
I put my faith in God and trust that he will provide me with all that I need, no more, no less. And I do my best to remember to thank him for what he’s already provided me with.
Sometimes it’s easy to forget to remember.
So I recently spent time reminding myself when I sat and made this card using vellum, silver heat embossing powder and a mixture of whisper white cardstock and the often overlooked Brushed Silver cardstock.
I used both the Trust God and Everything Eleanor stamp sets, but for the 2 different cards, I swapped their placement on/under the vellum.
I love them both.
I hope you do too!
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