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WAW50 Blessings from God



I love this name for God, "Father of lights"
To me, light represents everything pure, clean & perfect.  
Who wouldn't want to know him? Serve him? Trust him?
God has RICHLY blessed my family & I. He has ALWAYS provided our every need & most of our wants. I have ALWAYS known I could put my faith in him.  He has never let me down.

I've just gotten this stamp set from Mark's Finest Paper & Stamps. I thought this verse went so well with it.  I colored it with watercolor pencils. I punched the corners and embossed them in gold. I think they look awesome with the bow.
 This is the inside of my card.  I'm definitely using the scripture on more Christmas cards.
My paper is from DCWV Haberdash.

 If you haven't ever used scripture on your cards-I hope this inspires you!  You can get any of our featured scripture for FREE.  We have 2 awesome Word Artists that provide us weekly with a new one.
My design team always has something new & fresh to share.  Be sure & check them out as well.

Our challenge site:  http://www.wordartwednesday.blogspot.com/

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 I HOPE I SEE YOU THERE!!

HAVE A BLESSED NIGHT!
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