Thursday, 26 March 2015

Glory Art no 6 - Follower

The theme this time for the Glory Art scripture challenge was 'Follower'.   Jesus calls us to be His disciples, or followers.   He wants us to put Him at the centre of our lives, to have a living relationship with Him and live our lives in the way that He calls us to live them.  How do we do this?  By spending time with Jesus in prayer, going to church and doing the things He calls us to do.  When we do this we carry His very life within us and that means we have His love for those around us and just as Jesus loves us and died to save us we too love those around us and try and serve and help where needed.  We don't live our way any more, but His Way.

I made some more scripture cards:


 I sponged the backrounds with distress inks and misted with water:


 Then I stamped the white spots:


Added a little more stamping.  I remembered I had this footprints stamp which was a freebie with Craft Stamper magazine.  Footprints seemed very appropriate for the Follower theme!


I just had to use my sweet sheep stamp on the last card :)


I love my sheep stamp, they look carefree and like they are all going in the right direction!  I think my sheep really illustrate the blessing and joy there is in following Jesus :)

I'm linking up at
Triple the Scraps - Glory Art scripture challenge
Create With Joy Friendship Friday
Creative Every Day

7 comments:

  1. Loving that footprints stamp, and so appropriate!

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  2. Another set of wonderful cards!!! Love those colors together!!!

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  3. Really enjoy viewing these Glory Art projects that you make Susan. They are always so beautifully made, and have such uplifting Scriptures and meanings to them.
    I absolutely love your sheep stamp!

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  4. These are so sweet! I love the footprint stamps. Your layers are lovely...

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  5. These are so nice and bright. I do like the foot steps.

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  6. Your Scripture cards are beautiful, Susan! The colour combination is so full of promise! The footsteps and sheep are ideal for the cards! :o)

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