Saturday, January 31, 2009

God's Valentine 4x6 Card Christian Printable

Hello again!! I'm delighted that you've stopped by. Here's a 4x6 card featuring John 3:16.

I have been making cards like this to put into self-standing acrylic frames that I purchased at the dollar store. I call these cards WORD Art....not to be confused with word art that scrapbookers use but rather based upon the WORD of God. Many of my cards are of verses that I wish to memorize, or like this one, to be conscience of based upon the time of the year. I bought several frames that I place around the house. You can fit two on a page when you print them. Then when I switch them, I put them into a recipe box, review them at the end of the month and file them away. Then I will review them all again at the end of the year. If you are interested, I would be more than happy to share more of them. And of course, I'm open to suggestions for verses that you would like to work on.

You could also use the card to make the front of a greeting card or use it as a postcard.

You may either grab the one here that is 100 dpi by clicking on the image to view full-size/save or you may download the 300 dpi one at this link.

May your Sunday be joyous and blessed, and I'll see you again on Monday.

Yours in Christ, Lisajo


Anonymous said...

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Sandy Taylor said...

Lisajo, I can't thank you enough for this valentine. I send cards to Seniors each week and was looking for the perfect valentine.
Thanks to you, I've found it! Thanks so much for sharing your creativity with us. I also snagged your teabag printable. I will use that as a "tuck in" with their card.

MommaC said...

I love this idea of WORDart. I've just been printing out verses and framing them whenever I felt I could use it. I'd love more of these!

Craftymumz Creations said...

I love how you did this layout!

Plastic cards said...

This is looking so great. Who has designed it?