Welcome! I'm Melissa Gross, a dynamic and interactive teacher and speaker called to lead and encourage Christian women in their walk with the Lord through classes, workshops and retreats incorporating Bible study, devotionals, illustrated Bible journaling, paper crafting and mixed media projects that merge faith and art bringing God’s Word to life so you can find renewed excitement to dive into the Word, use your creative gifts, and apply the Truth as you draw closer to the Lord and serve Him in your everyday life. This site is where I share my everyday adventures, Bible Journaling pages, scrapbook layouts, handmade cards, and other crafty projects, as well as information on my upcoming workshops and events. I also post photos, ramble about books I'm reading, stuff I'm organizing, and other FUN bits & pieces of my wonderful life.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

April Cards

I missed my goal of creating this month's cards before the month started, but not by much. I need three cards this month: two birthdays and one anniversary. I started with 5 1/2" x 4 1/4" pre-made cards and used cardstock and patterned paper scraps for each one. I added flowers and/or buttons on the birthday cards and a Mary Engelbreit drawing for the anniversary card.




I'm glad to get these cards completed (especially since one of the birthdays is on the 4th!), so now I can check and see what cards I need for May. 

5 comments:

Brenda Kay said...

Very nice. Natashia is the card maker here, perhaps I should have her make up some this summer.

Gem's Crafts said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog today :) I've just had a little look at your list of completed crafty things in MArch and I'm in awe! Where do you find the time???

Lorraine said...

You are very disciplined. I need to make it more of a goal to get cards done every month. I'm off to put it on my calender now!

Alison said...

Thanks for commenting on my blog today Melissa..love the cards!

Alison xx

S said...

I'm impressed that you actually get your cards done early. That last one looks like a Mary Engelbreit drawing to me?