Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Freshly Made Sketches #393

It's Wednesday and time for a new sketch at Freshly Made Sketches! Lee Ann is our hostess for this week's sketch. 

I am sending this card to my son. He preached an amazing sermon on heaven a couple of Sundays ago ("Good Heavens"), and I loved his points about "wonder" (the series' title). You can find his sermon video HERE. Definitely worth a listen.

I made my card using a watercolor piece I had "doodled" in a sunny yellow. I used gold washi tape and black cardstock for the under layers. The stamp is from Unity Stamp Co. I thought it was a perfect fit to reiterate what he was saying in his sermon, and to thank him for his message! He mentions some answers to prayer for our family, and for me personally, and I am so thankful for the power of prayer.
I hope you will join us! Our challenge is open until 3 PM EDT on Monday! Click on the links on the FMS blog by each photo to see what my teammates have created on their blogs!


  1. I love this! It caught my eye right off because I love creating backgrounds like this! What a wonderful sentiment! We had a message series on heaven last year and it was so uplifting to be reminded that the struggles will one day come to an end. I know that while we are here we can enjoy the presence of God but there are still tough days. So good to be reminded not to lose our sense of wonder!!

  2. Oh that splashy yellow is fabulous! Love this!

  3. The simplicity of this is crazy! And I love it! And I bet you put this together on Tuesday night, lol. Seriously beautiful, friend!

  4. What a gorgeous card Judy! I just love those yellow splotches! They are so fun! Your son is totally going to love it! Such a great mom you are!

  5. I love your purpose for this card - it has such meaning! (I'll be listening to your son's sermon. I won't be at church this weekend, so I need a message!)

  6. Terrific sentiment to go with a bright & sunny splash of color!


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