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Word Art Wednesday challenge

Hello from Virginia!
Hope your having a great week.  God is so good.
In a world where you can't trust hardly anyone-we can trust our Lord God.  His word says it & I believe it!
There is a lot of sorrow & heartache everywhere we look these days.   I don't like complaining to others-they really don't want to hear it.  But God says "pour out your heart before him". Your troubles, your good times, your praises-everything! He loves us and wants to hear it all.
I looked up what Selah means: praise, lift up, and pause. Praise the Lord-he cares!



 How'd I do it? 
On top of the plain lime green cardstock, I layered a tag that I sponged with acrylic paint & allowed to dry.
I cut the small & medium rectangles with spellbinder die. Before you take the paper off the die-sponge around the edges with distress ink.
I layered 3 hearts on top of each other & bent them to the middle.
I doubled my ribbon & tied a small piece around the middle to gather it. (my sweet sister in law makes BIG bows with that technique)


 Our sponsor this week is: Lisa's Altered Art.
You can't win if you don't play.  Our scripture this week is:

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Thanks for stopping by & have a blessed Wednesday!
~Karen C
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