Palm Sunday: Glory Be!

It’s a beautiful Palm Sunday here in Missouri, and I have a fun CPS Sketch sample to share with you. Sketch 259 looks a little intimidating, at first, but, I flipped it and it came together very quickly. I did double duty with a Creative Scrap from Crafty Secrets to go vintage for the very first Crafty Friends Challenge hosted by Beate. Prizes with either challenge, so if you get inky this week, check them out.

I started the day off here, on my porch swing with a cup of coffee. It’s supposed to be in the low 90s today. Palm Sunday is special regardless the weather, but I’ll take it today with a smile and a heart of gratitude. Thank you, Lord.

P.S. I may live in Missouri, but I’m a Kansas girl, and our Jayhawks are still in it! March Madness extends to April! NO FOOLIN’ …. ROCK CHALK!

  • Main image: Creative Scraps – Crafty Secrets dusted with Smooch Glitz from Clearsnap
  • Ink: Clearsnap
  • Paper: Simple Stories & kraft cardstock
  • Accs: bling – Want2Scrap, colored with Copic Marker (YR18)

6 Responses to Palm Sunday: Glory Be!

  1. Girl, I love your card. It’s beautiful. So is the few off your porch. I LOVE it.
    Have a great Sunday!
    Hugs and smiles

  2. This is beautiful, Lori, and what a pretty porch, too. We went below freezing again here, but at least the sun was shining!

  3. This is just GORGEOUS, Lori!

  4. What a beautiful view … and beautiful card! Hugs!

  5. Hi Lori, long time no talk to! I got a facebook message it’s your birthday this week but I’m ‘facebook impaired’ and just use the business side of it – so I’m coming to say Happy Birthday (I also sent an email) but I wanted to thank you for making such a pretty sample with one of our vintage birdies. Great job!
    Have a fantastic birthday!
    Sandy

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