Psalm 119-18 Close To My Heart Card

Hello crafty friends,

I hope you are having a terrific Tuesday! I wanted to drop a note really quick for those that are following along with the counting of the Omer and reading through with me. First, here is today’s reading portion.

17 Deal bountifully with Your servant, 
That I may live and keep Your word. 
18 Open my eyes, that I may see 
Wondrous things from Your law. 
19 I am a stranger in the earth; 
Do not hide Your commandments from me. 
20 My soul breaks with longing 
For Your judgments at all times. 
21 You rebuke the proud—the cursed, 
Who stray from Your commandments. 
22 Remove from me reproach and contempt, 
For I have kept Your testimonies. 
23 Princes also sit and speak against me, 
But Your servant meditates on Your statutes. 
24 Your testimonies also are my delight 
And my counselors. 
Psalm 119: 17-24

I love this passage of scripture. It really speaks to my heart these days as I strive to learn more about the Hebrew roots of my Christian faith. Here is a shot of my computer’s background.
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Unfortunately, many Christians have been taught that the Torah is Law and that it should be done away with. It really is more accurately identified as “teaching and instruction” I won’t get into a big theological discussion as my intent is to share with you the beauty in allowing the Lord to show you how the Old and New testament really do come together and that there is light and love in honoring the Words of the Tanakh.

So here is my project for today.
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This is a pretty simple A2 card. I started with a white cardstock base. I cut a black and then purple mat.

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Next, I cut one of the border cuts I created for this stamp set.

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I stamped the border image in Pansy Purple(retired color).

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Next I used some plain white cardstock and stamped the border image into a pattern. I simply flipped the stamp for every layer. Once I was done stamping, I trimmed down that layer to create the background mat.

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Then I stamped the heart and the flourished border stamps. Again, I stamped onto pre-cut pieces that I had cut from the cut file set I created.

Here are the products used for this project

blush-200 hollyhock-200
CTMH-D1591-skylark sb wog-200

clack cardstock-200 white cardstock-200
ivy lane paper pack
Ivy Lane Paper Pack

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The colored lines are the cut file lines I created. The file formats are: AI, DXF, EPS, GSD, KNK, STUDIO, SVG and WPC. They will work with most electronic die cut machines. You can get this set free if you purchase a minimum of $10 through my online gathering link or if you choose to take advantage of the great promotion and sign up to be a consultant under me. Also, this Workshop on the go is part of the wonderful product you receive in your consultant kit if you choose to sign up!

This is good only through the end of this month, so please don’t delay and sign up today. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to drop me a note: my email address is: melinda {@} scrapbookeden {dot} com. If you are wondering what comes in the kit, I created a quick video showing you. You can view this video: HERE

On top of all the fabulous product, I will be sending you any of the cut files that I create for the stamp sets. Here is what I have created so far

CTMH a1153-hpe-200
CTMH c1574-Believe in Yourself-200

CTMH-D1591-skylark sb wog-200

CTMH-C1575-True to life-200

CTMH-b1398 just for you-200

As always, thank you so much for sharing your crafty time with me. Please be sure to come back again tomorrow as I share another fun and hopefully inspiring project. Until then,
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