Finally. The last card for this batch. I'm tired now, so as soon as I finish this and upload them to the challenge blogs, I am going to bed. Well, the recliner anyway.
The images I used are from my collection of digi stamps and I am just too tired to go and look them up right now. I will do that tomorrow and come back and update the blog. I did color it with my colored pencils and Oms, though.
When you think of Valentine's Day, what do you think of? Cupid? Hearts? Candy? The colors of red, pink or white? I think that it's much more than what most people think it is. I can't see just telling your significant other that you love them once a year. You should tell them every day how much you love them and how special they are to you. You never know when the last chance you will have will be.
For me, Valentine's Day is a day to take time to tell God how much you love Him and appreciate the sacrifice of His Son, Jesus. That, to me, shows real love. To lay down your life for a friend. To endure the pain, anguish and humiliation that Jesus did just for me and you.
So, with that being said, the card I made for one of the challenges represents Jesus to me. The theme was love so that's what I made. It's just a little different.
I used a white card base from SU. It's a 5.5" card. The DP is from my stash and I placed the image a little further down on the card so that you can see the two crowns at the top. Jesus is the King of Kings so I thought this was appropriate. I inked all the edges with DI Vintage Photo ink. The purple gems are from Queen and Co.
I hope you like this card. It is the final one in the batch, so I'm off to try and get some sleep. I hope y'all enjoy your day. God bless y'all.
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