An Indescribable Gift

It is so busy this time of year. So much going on…so many preparations to make…so many gifts to buy. I just had to take the time today to share my favorite Christmas card that I have designed. I actually designed this last year working with a Thankful Theme. You may have seen it before but as it is special to me, I wanted to share it here on my blog. Why is this design special to me? Well, I’m really pleased with how the design and elements on this card all came together, but mostly…it means something to me as it reminds me of the real meaning of Christmas. Remembering God’s Gift to us…his son. This card is designed around a verse…

Thanks….Be to God for his indescribable gift. 2 Corinthians 9:15

The thanks is stamped on the front and the rest of the verse, computer-generate on the inside.

Thanks Be to God


This card also reminds me of one of my favorite Christmas songs… Mary Did you Know by Mark Lowry…

Mary, did you know
That your baby boy will one day walk on water?
Did you know
That your baby boy will save our sons and daughters?
Did you know
That your baby boy has come to make you new?
This child that you’ve delivered
Will soon deliver youMary, did you know
That your baby boy will give sight to a blind man?
Did you know
That your baby boy will calm a storm with His hand?
Did you know
That your baby boy has walked where angels trod?
And when you kiss your little boy
You’ve kissed the face of God

Mary, did you know?
The blind will see
The deaf will hear
And the dead will live again
The lame will leap
The dumb will speak
The praises of the Lamb

Mary, did you know
That your baby boy is Lord of all creation?
Did you know
That your baby boy will one day rules the nations?
Did you know
That your baby boy is heaven’s perfect Lamb?
This sleeping child you’re holding
Is the Great I Am

Supply List:
Stamps: heavenly Peace, Paisley, Magenta crackle stamp, Linen, Autumn, EFP
Paper: whisper white
Ink: sahara sand, black
Accessories: on board, chipboard, sewing machine, aquapainter, crop-a-dile, eyelets, mat pack

Wishing you and yours a blessed Christmas!

31 responses to “An Indescribable Gift

  1. Beautiful! Merry Christmas!

  2. Very, very nice…. I to like that song, when Kenny Rogers sings it, it makes my heart melt….

    Merry Christmas to you and yours!


  3. Thanks for the inspiration of how to use my stamp, May you have a Blessed Christmas and a New Year filled with Love, Joy and Peace.

  4. A beautiful post and a beautiful card.

  5. Absolutely beautiful, Julia!

    And that song is one of my very favorites.

    I wish you a blessed Christmas as well.

  6. Oh this is just Lovely, such an awesome nativity stamp, love all the other embellishments too!
    Wishing you and yours a very Blessed Christmas!

  7. That is by far my favorite Christmas song, Julia! I hope and your family have a blessed and beautiful holiday season!

  8. Thanks for posting this, Julia! It’s a beautiful card, but even a more beautiful message! 🙂

  9. Beautiful card! I always make sure the Christmas cards I send out are based on the nativity because it is such a special theme. TFS! Have a very Merry Christmas.
    Misty in New Mexico

  10. This is one of my favorite songs, period. It always makes me tear up – it’s beautiful. Thanks for the reminder of the real reason for the season! It’s so easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle. Hugs and Merry Christmas to you!

  11. Oh I remember this from the DD, Julia! Gorgeous!

  12. It’s easy to see why this is your favorite. It is a very elegant way to show the true meaning of Christmas. MERRY CHRISTMAS to you Julia. God bless you & your family.

  13. Absolutely beautiful- the card and the message behind it. A Blessed Christmas to you and your family!

  14. Lovey that song and beautiful card! Have a very Merry Christmas!!

  15. Absolutely beautiful, J!!!! Gorgeous!!

  16. Beautiful, Julia – Merry CHRISTmas, friend.

  17. Julia, this is just gorgeous–and I always love the song, too. Two beautiful ways to celebrate on Christmas Eve. Have a blessed one and a very wonderful new year!

  18. This is simply stunning J! I absolutely love it!! Merry Christmas my friend!

  19. I’ve always loved this card of yours, too, Julia!!! Thanks for sharing again and your lovely message!!!


  20. your post gave me chills 🙂
    Merry Christmas Julia

  21. Simply Beautiful….Merry Christmas

  22. This card is breathtakingly gorgeous! And that is one of my favorite Christmas songs, too. Merry Christmas, Julia!

  23. So beautiful!! Merry Christmas to you and your family, Julia!!

  24. This is so beautiful. That is one of my favorite songs also, another is “O, Holy Night”.
    Hope you had a blessed Christmas and also wish you a Happy New Year.
    JoAnn B.

  25. Not only do I LOVE that song, but this has been my all time favorite Christmas card since I saw it last year. It’s absolutely stunning! The verse you used goes perfect with this card!

  26. Your card is beautiful, as they always are. The monochromatic color is so soft and pretty – perfect for the image. And I love Mary Did you Know as well, one of my all time fave Christmas songs. Happy Holidays and thanks for all you share with us.

  27. I remember this card. I thought the white and Sahara were so beautiful. Still do! A gorgeous card and lyrics.

  28. Absolutely stunning card! That song is one of my favorites too!


  29. Truly one of the most gorgeous Christmas cards I’ve ever seen. The words to the song really does say it all. Thank you for sharing…you have touched my soul tonight.

  30. I loved this card when I first saw it last year and I still love it! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!

  31. Beautiful! I have just found your site this morning. I used this stamp Christmas 2006 and just loved it. However, my card’s cannot compare with this. Never though of using the phrase “Thanks”. Yes, it is ‘Thanks” for what He did.
    Love Mark Lowery. Have you ever seen him in person? Have been to several of the Gaither concerts, while Mark was still with him.
    I only send Christmas cards that have a religious connotation to them as I believe that we as Christians are being pushed aside because of our beliefs. To me it is always “Merry Christmas”.
    Keep up the good work.

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