SU Crosses of HOPE

As I mentioned earlier this week, I was given the SU Crosses of Hope as a timely gift;) The CASology # 37 cue word is HOPE this week. This set not only has HOPE in the name but also offers HOPE  to all we believe in the Cross. I chose the specific colors to represent how the cross offers HOPE. The black signifies the sin we all have in our heart, the red stands for the blood of Christ that cleanses the black sin, and the abundant white space is the total and complete forgiveness of the black sin in our lives if we allow Christ in…

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Card Recipe:
STAMPS: SU Crosses of Hope, PTI Fresh Alphabet
INK: SU Real Red, SU Basic Black
PAPER: SU Basic Black, SU Whisper White
ACCESSORIES: SU Stampin’ Dimensionals
TOOLS: Sizzix Birds & Wreath Set Embossing Folder

 Embossing Folder

Week 37 - Hope

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21 comments

  1. This is PERFECT in every way Cindy! I was wishing I had this set for this weeks cue word. It is moving on up to the top of my wish list though. I love the embossing on your card too! So pretty!

  2. Beautiful – so much fresh white really emphasizes the depth of colour on your cross and the clean font of the message! Thanks so much for playing along with us at CASology this week!

  3. Gorgeous, gorgeous card, Cindy! Love the bold color of the cross against the white and the embossed frame! Thanks so much for playing along with CASology! Happy Easter!

  4. Cindy, this is stunning…the beautiful embossed frame, the bold red cross and the crisp, precise message of hope! Thanks for playing along at CASology this week…and happy Easter to you and yours!

    1. Darnell, you are so sweet;) Got to spend the whole weekend with my daughter home from junior year at college- girl time was awesome;)) Hope yours was wonderful as well!

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