Created these onesie's for a very special little girl!! All onesies are $10 except the Fla. Gators one is $12, contact me at email@example.com to order yours. These make GREAT Baby Shower, Christmas Gift ideas!!
Application Steps:Commit to “pray to.” Pray the “pray to” prayer until you begin to experience Him every day. Journal the changes God is makes in you life.
Reflections:What is the Lord teaching me through today’s devotion?
How will I respond to this “pray to” challenge?
The Prayer that Changed My Life
Wendy Pope “Now to him who is able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine, according to his power that is at work within us…” Ephesians 3:20 (NIV)
Twenty-two thousand women sat on the edge of their seats as the teacher standing center stage asked, “Do you want to have an insatiable love for Jesus?” Her words hung in the air. Then she answered, “Pray to. If you want an insatiable love for Jesus, then pray to.”
Scrambling to find my pen and struggling to spell the word insatiable, I wrote these simple yet powerful words in my conference notebook. The words stung my heart. As they fell from her lips, I knew this was a love for Jesus I did not have.
What I did have was church membership, a lot of church service, and some love. While Jesus was my Savior, something was missing.
I realized I had asked Jesus to be my Savior but not allowed Him to be my Lord. I loved Him for what He did but not for who He was. At age 34, I wanted to cry out this “pray to” prayer. But I wondered, “What must God think of me?”
Service to Him had been my life. Dedication to my church was paramount. But love? How could I not really love Jesus? Certainly He would be disinclined to hear such an elementary prayer from a grown woman who’d been a Christian much of her life.
My thoughts were misguided. It was a prayer God wanted to answer immeasurably more than I could think or imagine. He wanted me to have an insatiable love for Him!
The speaker’s challenge that day became a lifestyle of prayer for me. Over time the emptiness in my heart was filled with a love for Jesus I had never known. My heart not only praised Him for what He had done in my life, but now loved Him for who He was: my Lord.
My obedience and service started to flow from a heart of love instead of duty. Lies that once shaped my life and negative feelings about myself where shattered by the honesty and power of His Word. The security of knowing Him as Lord gave me what I had been looking for my whole life. I found freedom in knowing who I am and courage to live like it’s true.
The promise and power of today’s key verse proved faithful in my life, changing me forever. Today, I want to challenge and invite you the same. Do you want to love Jesus with an insatiable love?
If you want to, then pray to.
Humble yourself before the Lord and ask Him to help you love Him. He will give you immeasurably more than you can imagine. Over time the emptiness in your heart will be filled with a love for Jesus you have never known. Your heart will praise Him for what He has done and for who He is—your Lord. If you want to, pray to.
Dear Lord, I want to love You with an insatiable love. Answer my prayer immeasurably more than I can think of or imagine. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
Created these items for my daughter's upcoming Baby Shower, I love the way they turned out. Although I have to say right now I have a LOVE/HATE relationship going on with Vinyl!! But I do like the way they turned out and hope she will.
I used my Fairy Cut Software for the Curlz font which my daughter loves.
Monogrammed Piggy Bank Found these little frames at M's and knew what I wanted to do with them. Love the little black bow on the frames!
Name Plate, this is where my love/hate relationship came in!!! But I LOVE IT!
I am working on a banner, circle mobile, diaper cake, and tin cans this weekend. Once I am done I will share pictures of it all put together.
Thanks for stopping by! Have a Blessed Day! Charlotte
Created these Wedding Invitations and RSVP cards for my son's upcoming wedding. They wanted a Nautical theme, she loved the anchor and he loved the old world map so we compromised. I love the way they turned out.
Thanks for stopping by and as always I love to read your comments. Charlotte
Welcome to this weekend's Cancer Support Blog Hop that Erica over at http://mycricutcraftroom.blogspot.com/ is hosting! If you did not start at her site please head over there now. You should have come from Emily's blog if you are on the right track. For this blog hop I created a "Hope" Wordbook for a very dear friend, loved the way it turned out!
Cricut Cartridges Used: George and Basic Shapes, Don Juan, Indie Art, Stand and Salute, Home Accents, and Serenade
The paper I used was some left over glitter white and pink paper from DCWV, breast cancer paper was some I had left over, I believe it is from Karen Foster. Used some small embellishments I had sitting around.
Word book squares and letters were cut out at 6.41 inches high. Once I had all the words cut out, I adhered the paper to it, added the embellsihments, VOILA! It doesn't take that long to create one of these. Hope you enjoyed my creation today, I know the lady receiving it will love it.
Thanks for stopping by today, I love to read your comments and
would love to have you become a follower if you would like.
Good morning Everyone!! Today is "Theme Day Thursday" and this week's theme is DISNEY!!! I had so much fun creating the following 3 layouts! Sorry about the one picture but no matter what I do it turns this way... : (
Disney Hands layout
Cricut Cartridge Used: Mickey Font
Supplies Used: Reminisce Magic House Paper, White & Black Colorbok Cardstock
"Disney" cut out at 3.24"
Hands cut out at 3.12" in both regular and shadow
Swirls cut out at 1.24" & 1.12"
Stars cut out at 1.24"
Disney Ears cut out at 1.82"
"Disney Cruise" layout
Cricut Cartridge Used: Mickey Font & Summer Vacation Supplies Used: Reminisce Magic House paper, White & Black Colorbok Cardstock
Disney Cruise cut out at 2"
Boat cut out at 2 1/2"
Mickey Ears cut out at 1.82" & 1.43"
Photo mats are 4.5"x6.5"
Cricut Cartridge Used: Mickey Font & Don Juan Supplies Used: Reminisce Magic House paper, White Colorbok Cardstock
"our place" cut out at .65" "happy" cut out at 1.12" Mickey Ears cut out at 3.5" Photo mats - white: 4.5"x6.5" & disney 4 1/4"x6 1/4"
Hope you enjoyed looking at my Disney layouts, funny little fact is that I have Never been to Disney! Would love to go but just can't afford it. Thank you for stopping by today, hopefully you came from http://mycricutcraftroom.blogspot.com/ if not then head over there and become a follower. As always I really do love reading all of your comments and I would be honored if you would like to become a follower. Stop back by tomorrow for"Festive Friday" I will have a layout and card to show you. : )
Blessings to you all and remember to be a Blessing to someone today! Charlotte
For this Tuesday's card I didn't like the Over the Hill one I created so instead I saw this idea on Etsy and knew I wanted to try to recreate it!
These are cute Happy "29th, 39th, & 49th" Birthday cards, inside of the card reads "AGAIN".
Supplies Used: Recollections Animal Print Paper and Bazzill Cardstock
Cricut Cartridge Used: George Basic Shapes
Card size is 5.5in x 4.25 (A2 card)
Cut out 29, 39, & 49 at 1 1/2 inches, each square is 3 3/4x3 3/4.
Cut out a 2x2 white square of cardstock to attach to the back.
Hand wrote "th, Happy, & Birthday", i need to get some stamps!
So easy to do and they are adorable!
Please be sure to stop back by on Thursday for "Theme Day Thursdays", this weeks theme is Disney and I created 3 projects! As always I love reading your comments and if you would like to become a follower I would be honored!
I have been busy this week making items for Erica's Design Team over at My Cricut Craft Room. If you are not a follower of her blog then head over there and become a follower: http://mycricutcraftroom.blogspot.com/
Today is "Theme day Sunday's", I was lucky to be able to chose this Sunday's theme, KIDS! : )
Cricut Cartridges Used: April Showers, Stamping, Sugar & Spice A2 card base is Kraft Cardstock from M's DCWV patterned paper from my stash cut at 4 inches x 2 1/14inches Clouds cut out in white cardstock at 1.47" and .88" (April Showers Cartridge) Kites cut out in blue cardstock at 2.49" (Sugar & Spice Cartridge) Kite face cut out in yellow cardstock at 2.49" (Sugar & Spice Cartridge) "Hello" (inside of card) cut out in yellow cardstock at 1" (Stamping Cartridge) Peachy Keen Stamps used for the faces on the kites
Hope the kids like them! I am making 8 of them to send with some of other cards I have made. Remember if you would like to help Erica out head over to her blog, let her know I sent you. Let's cheer up these kids!! : )
Be watching for "Card Creating Tuesday" this coming week, I am working on an OVER THE HILL invitation!
Welcome to the Little Scraps of Heaven Designs Blog Hop. If you are visiting from Roberta's blog then you are in the right place. If you just happened to visit my blog please start the blog hop over at Tricia's blog: http://lshdesigns.blogspot.com/
This is a one day blog hop that will last all day today, from 12:00am to 11:59pm. So sit back, relax, and enjoy viewing all the wonderful projects these talented artists have created.
Thanks so much for joining us today. To be eligible to win theGRAND PRIZE GIVEAWAY you MUST visit each blog and leave a comment.
I made this easel card to send to my nephew for 4th of July, printed out the pattern twice. Cut out the top twice and pop dotted it on the card. Cut out some fireworks from the "Independence Day" Cricut Cartridge and pop dotted them. Had to add some red, white, and blue stickles.
"our lil' FIRECRACKERS"
I have the PERFECT picture of my 2 little granddaughters to put on this layout! They are both lil firecrackers, all the time! The font is called "FOO", I created the wording in my Fairy Cut program and then cute it out. Also, used some fireworks from the Cricut Cartridge "Independence Day". I used the firecracker cut file from LSHD and cut it out with my Cricut and Fairy Cut program.
I hope you have enjoyed stopped by, I am just now starting to use cut files and I LOVE the ones over at Little Scraps of Heaven Designs. I know I will be purchasing more of their files in the future. I always love to read your comments and if you would like to become a follower of my Blog I would be honored.
Hope you liked the card I created yesterday for Card Creating Tuesday, today I choose to create something from "Would You Guess...Wednesdays?" This is where Erica over at http://mycricutcraftroom.blogspot.com/ challenges us to ONLY use the Features on our Cricut Cartridges. I created a card and a layout to share with you all today. Details are below...
"Special Delivery" Cards
Cricut Cartridges Used: Life's a Party Cut out the onesies on the Cupcake Wrapper/Topper button at 10.50 inches Phrase Feature "Special Delivery" cut out at 1 inch Kraft Cardstock is the A2 card base White & Purple solid color cardstock DCWV patterned paper
"Wedding Shower" Layout
Cricut Cartridge Used: Life's a Party Phrase Feature "Wedding Shower" was cut out at 4 inches in Black cardstock Cut out the wedding dress from the Cupcake Wrapper/Topper at 8 inches in white cardstock Embossed the wedding dress Added some Silver Pearls (Viva Pearl Pens) to the dress and wedding shower Added a pull out tag to journal on I had lying around Ribbon is from Joanns
Thank you for stopping by today to see what was created. This weekend I will be participating in a Little Scraps of Heaven Designs Blog Hop, so be sure to stop by on Saturday. Then coming Sunday Erica has us creating something for My Cricut Craft Room "Theme Sunday".
I am excited to share this card I created, it is for our upcoming Women's Retreat at church. This year our Bible verse is Galatians 6:7-9, so I choose to use Galatians 6:9 for the inside of my card. I created an Easel card, they are so easy and fun to do!! I got the directions from http://www.splitcoaststampers.com/ resources, they have LOTS of ideas with the directions and samples.
Cricut Carts Used: Wedding & Create a Critter Supplies Used: Blue cardstock is from M's Recollections paper pack Pattern Paper is from WeRMemoryKeepers "Tiffany" stack "Hello Friend" stamp is from a stamp set I got at M's Twine is from house of three (bought at Archivers)
A special thanks to Dee over at Dee's Bugaboo Boutique for creating this digi stamp for me with the Bible verse on it. "And let us not grow weary while doing good, for in due season we shall reap if we do not lose heart." Galatians 6:9
Erica gave us a theme this month for the blog hop, Wedding, Love, Baby, Family. I choose to create 3 projects using the Wedding and Baby theme, not a big surprise to some since I am loving on my 2 granddaughters, planning my daughter's baby shower, and my son's upcoming wedding! Busy I know! Here are the directions and pictures to the 3 projects I created:
"Thank You" cards
This doesn't have any Cricut cuts but I wanted to make some "Thank You" cards for Erica. I used her colors that she used to create her monogram. LOVE this color combination by the way! Thank you notes are 4x6 size, used Purple cardstock from Recollections, printed out the saying on White Recollections cardstock, the powder blue ribbon is from Celebrate It (Michael's), and the font I used is called: AL Cinderella to make the mongram on the card.
I created this "Congrats" card for Erica, hope she likes it! This is an A6 card (4 1/2x 6 1/4):
Black cardstock from Recollections cut at 6 1/4 x 9
MME Meadowlark "Dawn" paper was cut at 4 1/4 x 6 (Front of the card)
Cricut Cartridge "Happily Ever After" Disney Princess: cut out Cinderella and her Prince shadow only at 4 1/4 inches in Black cardstock.
Cricut Cartridge "Gypsy Font": cut out the M&E at .76in and the S at 1.50in. in Black Cardstock.
Special message is inside the card just for Erica and Mike.
"Babies First Year"
A very dear friend of mine son just celebrated his first birthday, he is such a cutie!!! She did his room in vintage Mickey. So I knew what I wanted to make him to celebrate his first year in the scrapbook she does for him.
Recollections printed Scrapbook paper is the background paper, M's just started carrying it.
DCWV Scalloped Yellow cardstock cut in half, applied 1 half to each page.
ALL cuts are from the Mickey Font cricut cartridge, LOVE THIS CART!
"Matthews" was cut out at 1.24in with Red Bazzill cardstock
"Hall of Fame" was cut out at 1.53(shadow in black) and regular in Red at 1.53
Mickey Ears was cut out at 1.41 in black cardstock
Numbers 1-12 were cut out at .88 in Orange Bazzill cardstock
Black photo squares are 2 3/4x3 1/4
White photo square are 2 1/2x3
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