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Word Art Wednesday Adorable!

 2 page layout inspired by Becky Fleck @ Page Maps. Paper is The Colorbok.
 I'm featuring our Word Art Scripture on this layout..  Children are at peace. They trust their mom and dad to take care of them. That's when we can have true Peace-when we allow our Father to be in the lead of our life.
I love how when we follow the Lord & make him Lord of our life-he teaches us what we need to know in our daily life. Until we give our life to him completely will we get to experience the peace that passes understanding.


I hope you'll be inspired by the scripture this week to design your own layout, card.

You'll find lots more inspiration from our Design team @ Word Art Wednesday. You'll see some amazing women.




Our sponsor is Whimsy Stamps


Thanks For stopping.  I want to see your creation. Be sure & link up at Word Art Wednesday.\
~Karen C
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