Thursday, January 10, 2013

My Card is Up & New Blog Design

Tuesday I shared a tip on how to cut thin paper using intricate dies. If you missed that tip, please click here. Well, my card has now been revealed on the Memory Box DT blog. I will share a picture here but be sure to jump over to the DT blog to see the details on how I made this card and to be entered to win some of the new 2013 Memory Box dies! I always love it when one of my blog readers is a winner! Click here to head to the DT blog, and here is my card:

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And if you didn't notice, I have a new blog design. Instead of doing it myself this time, I hired Kristine Davidson to do it for me. Isn't it gorgeous? It shares some of my passions--pink, birds, things in 3's, and scripture! Yeah! Thank you Kristine for an amazing overhaul to my blog!

Thanks for stopping by everyone, and if I could ask for prayers for my mom that will have surgery tomorrow for skin cancer and my daughter who just lost her job today. It's been a hard one but God is good because my daughter's devotion this morning before heading off to work was trusting the Lord. He knew what was coming, and that has already been a comfort to her! Many blessings to each of you!

15 comments:

Lori Reinholz said...

Hi Patter, our card is stunning and I just adore your new blog design. I will keep your Mother for blessings of healing & Daughter for a fabulous new job in my prayers. He is our Father who can move mountains and loves his children. In Jesus name I pray.
Hugs Lori

KellyRae said...

Sending prayers your way for both your mom and your daughter. The card is fabulous! Love how the textures and rich colors (and thanks so much for that tip about diecutting thin paper)!

Jonia said...

Patter, what a beautiful card and thanks so much for the tip. I will pray for your mom and for your daughter. Yes God is always getting us ready for what will be even better and I am sure your daughter knows that. Blessings dear friend.

Anonymous said...

This is lovely, Patter! You used the diecut leaves and stems beautifully (I was wondering how you'd combine them with the printing on them).
I am praying for your mother and daughter, and giving thanks for you. I also enjoy your new website design. Take care--Jennifer in Ohio

maryrose said...

The new blog is lovely, Patter!Prayers for your family!

Erin Blegen said...

What a beautiful card! And the blog looks great- Kristine designed my blog for me when I first started it and I have always been impressed with her work :)!
Sorry to hear of the family troubles- they will be in my prayers :).

xErin

Katherine (sutty) said...

Beautiful card I love the rich colours and the dies you've used....and I'm sure your daughter will be on the track to something new, will pray for your Mum hope it all went well.

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

Beautiful card! The burlap adds such nice texture. Prayers for your mom and daughter. My husband was unexpectedly laid off this morning. :( Love your new blog design. Pretty, pretty!

TLady said...

FABULOUS JOB PATTER!!!!!!!!!! SOOOO PRETTY!!!!!!!! :) AND I ALSO LOVE the look of your blog!!!!!!!!!!! :)

Izzy Anderson said...

Your card is so pretty. Love all the texture. Your blog looks wonderful. I really love the background too. Not sure if Kristine did that as well but it looks great.

Bunnyfreak said...

Lifting your mom and daughter up in prayers.

Kimberly Russell said...

I may have missed it, but I was wondering if you have posted any photos of your craft space since you moved?

Susan M said...

A beautiful card, love the die cuts and colours. Adding my prayers for your mum and daughter.The Lord will give them His peace! Your blog looks lovely inspired me to try to chamge mine!

Sage Aumick said...

I’m sorry I didn’t know how your blog looked like before this design. But I do appreciate the neat layout of this one. I didn’t have a hard time browsing through at all. ;]

Kristofer Mcginty said...

I don't know the former look of your blog, but I can say that the new design is beautiful. Not only were the things you like and what would describe you were incorporated, but it's also easy and pleasant to the eyes. The site is neat-looking and is easy to navigate as well. I wish you'll keep it this way. Kristofer Mcginty

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