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WAW#40 Psalms 33:1

When the Lord tells you to Rejoice-you need to REJOICE!  We have so much to be thankful for.  If we truly started writing down everything-we would be "mind boggled"!  Just being able to share God's love with others on our blogs is a blessing.  In other countries they can't mention God.  Our freedom of religion is truly something we shouldn't take for granted. 

If you like to use scripture or encouraging sentiments-our challenge is for YOU!  Word Art Wednesday is where you'll find our FREE WORD ART that my design team & I have used this week.

Our sponsor this week is Lindsay's Stamp Stuff.  It's always nice to win something.
 This week I did a technique I saw online. Using distress ink in 3 colors I sponged them on my white card stock.  Then I spritzed Stampin up smooch on top & while it was still wet, used a background stamp with circles (My Mind's Eye-Everyday Fun)several times to give the smooch more dimension.
The flowers started out white as well.  Distressed & layered two of them. On the top one I stamp the center using a new stamp set from Market Street Stamps "Life is Beautiful"




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