May 25, 2009

Oh Mercy! {Splitcoast Featured Stamper}



One of my favorite bloggers has been selected as this week's featured stamper at Splitcoast Stampers!

Congratulations to Mercy Kerin from Lord Have Mercy!

When I saw that Mercy was chosen, I was doing the happy dance for her! I've always admired her fabulous creations and her blog is a great source of inspiration!

To see Mercy's card that I cased, click on this link. You'll notice that I've used the same Stampin Up set ~ Thoughts and Prayers ~ and the same basic layout, but I've changed the colors and, instead of paper piercing all around the layers like Mercy did, I decided to zigzag stitch with my Janome Sew Mini.

If you want to view Mercy's incredible creations at Splitcoaststampers, her ID is mkstampin74. Or, be sure to stop by her fantastic blog ~ Lord Have Mercy! You'll be so glad you did!

This has been such a nice relaxing weekend for me and I hope for all of you as well. The weather was much better than expected with plenty of sunshine today! Hubby and our son, Andy, planted a "celebration maple" tree in the front yard and DIL Jami and I planted onions and potatoes in our little garden.

Have a wonderful week dear friends and thanks so much for stopping by. Have I told you lately how much I enjoy your coMments? They really brighten my day and make me SMILE!



Quote for Today ~

I believe in prayer. It's the best way we have to draw strength from Heaven. ~Josephine Baker

11 comments:

Mercy said...

OMG Pam! This is so stunningly beautiful! I love those papers, and the way you stitched the layers instead of piercing them...you did an absolutely gorgeous job!

You sure do know how to make a girl feel good, sistah! All of the props and saccarine lovin'...pour it on me! LOL! It sure has been fun seeing everyone's creations...I feel like such a lucky girl!

{{{Hugs}}}
Mercy

Tenia Nelson said...

OMGoodness...this card is super gorgeous!!!! tfs!!

Gayle@Mountain Moma said...

This is so pretty. I adore this stamp and have wanted to purchase it. It is nice to see it made up into a card giving me ideas for a card to go with a prayer shawl for our church's ministry that I make the cards for. Thanks Pam!

LeAnne said...

Just gorgeous! I hope this set doesn't retire--I am wanting it!

Stamp and Smile said...

WOW Pam.. you are making me SMILE!! Such a FABALICIOUS CARD!! First the stitching and ribbon is done so well... the colors are perfect!! I'm done "stalking" you now... such sweet eye candy to take in! I enjoyed my visit... SMILES PAM!! :)

Mona L. Pendleton said...

This card is absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for sharing & for sharing Mercy's gallery! :)

chelemom said...

Wow! This is absolutely gorgeous! Off to check out her work!

Charmaine (CharmWarm) said...

Just gorgeous Pam! Absolutely! And thank you for the ADORABLE card you sent. . .I absolutely LOVED it and it made my day! Thank you for being so thoughtful!

Kim said...

Oh wow this is fabulous!!! Love the layout, the stitching and the little piercing in the corner. Such a pretty card. Thanks for the sweet comment on my blog today. I hope you enjoy the recipe :)

Creative Mish said...

What a beautiful card! I've contemplated buying that tree several times...

I belong to http://www.cpcmag.com/

Which is a Christian paper crafting site. Nina at http://ninabdesigns.blogspot.com/2009/05/christian-paper-crafts-magazine-and.html does the signature for a donation to her Croation Christian Missionary fund. Look at her blog for ideas. You email her your scripture and what you want and she'll email it to you with instructions in a day or two :)

I love mine!

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