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WAW Challenge 12-with prize!!

This week our challenge features FREE WORD ART @ Word Art Wednesday

Nehemiah 8:10 The joy of the Lord is my strength.  Just having the Lord living in my heart & being in my everyday life is a JOY! I can't imagine a day without him. Oh-I have bad days like everyone else-but I don't have to let that ruin everything.  In the end I know that God is in control & always wants what's best for me.
These colors reminded me of strength. I edge punched around each layer. Used dimensionals for the sentiment. Add the cute clothespin cause I love those!  It's holding the heart on the ribbon-strong. Just like God holds us up during our weak moments.

Designer paper: K&Co Road Test
Ink: Tim Holtz distress ink

Do you want to play along?  We'd love to see what you'd create with the FREE Word Art. Take a moment and meditate on what the scripture is saying to you.
If you join us @ Word Art Wednesday you could win a prize!!  Our wonderful sponsor this week is:
Heart and Soul Rubber Stamp Co
So what are you waiting for?  Let's Get Busy!!!

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