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WAW 51 Where are your treasures being stored?


This week at Word Art Wednesday one of our sponsors provided us with a digi image
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 I cut mine out and added it to a fabric background with dimensionals.
 I stamped the crumb cake background with a flourish stamp from SU using crumb cake ink.
The die cut I stamped the sentiment with staz on black ink. 
Our second sponsor this week is Lindsay 's Stamp Stuff 
 
 Here's the inside of my card. Used SU Christmas sentiment and manger image.

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Are you storing up treasure where it counts?
Where do your treasures lie--in your earthly possessions, which might be stolen or lost at any time, or in heaven, where they will never be destroyed? Put value in things that will last, not in fleeting material possessions.  
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 I made a second card featuring  Our Word Art for the week. 
My image is from Nice Crane Designs


My sweet little girl comes precolored.  You just decide how you want to use her.  
The string pearls come from Wild Orchid Crafts.

I pray you have a blessed day!!

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