Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Keep Thy Heart

It's Wednesday, so that means it's time for a new challenge at Word Art Wednesday.  This week we're focusing on Proverbs 4:23, "Keep thy heart with all diligence; for out of it are the issues of life."  This verse carries the same thought as Proverbs 23:7, "For as he thinketh in his heart, so is he..."  We need to be careful what we allow into our hearts and meditate about because those are the things that will establish how we act.  If we want to act in a Christ-like manner, then we need to guard our hearts and minds and make sure we're thinking about things that are true, honest, just, and of good report (Phil. 4:8).  Our world constantly bombards our minds with negativity, immorality, and compromise.  We need to be diligent in protecting our hearts and minds.

Deedee's Digis is one of our sponsors this week.  She generously provided the DT with digis to use this week.  I paper pieced the outline heart from Deedee's Digis From the Heart set.  This set also has some cute mouse images that would look cute with a verse in the middle too. While this is typically a Valentine's Day set, I enjoy finding ways to make sets like this work all year round. After all, love is never out of season.  :)

After paper piecing and fussy cutting the red heart, I coated it with two layers of UTEE.  The verse was fussy cut and then accented with a pale blue copic.  The verse panel was then popped up on the red heart.  Scraps of patterned paper were used to make a quilt background. The quilt was popped up off the background.  A zig-zag stitch stamp was used to make the stitches.  Some buttons, twine, and a bow finish it off.  The finished card is 5.5" square.  The quilted panel is 5" square.

Cardstock:  Recollections (black), Georgia Pacific (white)
Patterned Paper: My Mind's Eye (Quilting Bee)
Stamps:  WORDart by Karen (Proverbs 4:23), Deedee's Digis (From the Heart), Sassafras clear stamp (Stitched Borders)
Ink:  Versafine (Onyx Black), Versamark
Tools/Embellishments: Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel (UTEE), Copic Markers (B000, 100, Colorless Blender), buttons from stash, The Twinery baker's twine, May Arts ribbon

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Clear It Out Challenge - Crazy for Polka Dots
Inky Chicks Challenge #38 - Anything Goes
PDE Linky Party - Stitching (Real/Faux)

Thanks for visiting today.  I hope you'll come back soon.  If you stop by the Word Art Wednesday blog, you're sure to find lots of inspiration from the DT and a free digi.  Please play along with us for your chance to win some stamps from Deedee's Digis.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

With Sympathy

I realized recently that when I post cards using Deedee's Digis, I've been using the pre-colored versions and not doing any coloring of my own.  I've been extra busy lately and that has been a big time saver.  While pre-colored digis are a great time saver, I've missed coloring.  So for this card, I broke out my Copics and colored away.  As usual, I used artistic license and my butterfly and flowers may or may not be colors you find in nature.  :)  The finished card is 5.5" square and *shock* I didn't use a sketch.

Deedees Digis is a sponsor this week for one of my favorite challenge blogs:  Tuesday Throwdown.  The challenge this week is to have a butterfly and a bow on your card.  This was a fun challenge to do and I hope you'll join us this week.

Cardstock: Georgia Pacific (white), Creativity Inc. (gray flannel)
Patterned Paper:  Simple Stories (Vintage Bliss 6x6 pad)
Stamps:  Deedee's Digis (Fluttering By, Rose Regards)
Copics: R20, 22, 81, 83, 85; BG000, 01, 05, 15; B23; Y000, 11, 13; YG 03, 05
Tools/Embellishments: Stickles (Star Dust), Spellbinders dies (Petite Ovals Large, Petite Scalloped Oval Large), pearls (Michael's, Want2Scrap), baker's twine (The Twinery), ribbon (Michael's), button from my stash, Fiskar's border punch (Apron Lace), Gelly Roll gel pen (white)

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
The ABC Challenge: Tic Tac Toe (I have the middle vertical column)
Scrapbook Blessings Club Challenge #29 - Anything Goes
Sweet Stamps Challenge - Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by today.  I hope you'll play along with this week's Tuesday Throwdown challenge.  It's a lot of fun AND you could win some free digis from Deedee's Digis.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Distress Watercolored Flowers

This card was stamped with Stazon ink on watercolor paper and then colored with Distress markers and inks.  After coloring the pink ring at the center of the flower, I decided to try a new technique I'd seen using Liquid Pearls.  For this, you squirt some Liquid Pearls on your craft mat (or other surface) add a little water, mix and then use a brush to paint with it.  I really like the look and shimmer.  The dots in the middle of the flower are courtesy of black diamond stickles.  After everything was dry, the blue parts of the flowers were given some Wink of Stella.

The sentiment was heat embossed on vellum and then wrapped around the image panel.  Black pearls accent the ends of the strip.  The finished card is 4.25" square.

Papers:  Strathmore Watercolor Paper, Bazzill, Recollection and Georgia Pacific cardstocks, WorldWin Transluscent Vellum
Stamps:  Simon Says Stamp clear stamps (Always & Forever, Banner Sayings)
Ink: Stazon (Jet Black), VersaMark
Distress Markers/Inks:  Shabby Shutters, Frayed Burlap, Chipped Sapphire, Wild Honey, Spiced Marmalade, Victorian Velvet, Spun Sugar
Tools/Embellishments: Want2Scrap black pearls, Stampendous Opaque White embossing powder, Black Diamond Stickles, Petal Pink Liquid Pearls

Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge - SSS Stamp or Die (I used two SSS stamp sets)
Papertake Weekly - Repeat, Repeat (My flowers/leaves repeat and my pearls repeat)
Going Gray with Scrap Creations - Favorite Embellishment (pearls)
Delightful Challenges - Simple Times (CAS Design)
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Create Own Background
Simon Says Stamp Work It Wednesday - The more stamping the better

Thanks for visiting today.  I hope you enjoy your weekend.  It's feeling like fall here and I love that!!

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Ears to Hear

Hi!  I hope your week is going well! As you know, Wednesday, at least on my blog, means it's time for another Word Art Wednesday challenge.  This week, we're focusing on Revelation 2:7, "He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the tree of life, which is in the midst of the paradise of God."  When you were a child, and your parent told you to do something, did your slow (or lack of) response make them question whether your ears were working correctly?  "Do you have cotton in your ears?"  "Can't you hear me talking to you?"  That's what the first part of this verse makes me think of whenever I read it.  It's kind of like we're being told, "If you have ears, you should be listening."  I don't think this is referring to audible sound but instead to a heart that is willing to listen to what the Lord has to say to us thru the Holy Spirit.  In this verse, instead of a command or prohibition, the one who is willing to listen is rewarded by a promise of reward for remaining faithful.

This week, I chose to showcase the Scripture by layering various die cuts.  The base cardstock was embossed with an embossing folder and then spritzed with shimmer spray.  The patterned paper was also spritzed with the same shimmer spray.  I know it's hard to see in the pictures, but it's so pretty in real life.

The purple die cut is popped up over the black base and the Scripture panel and mat are popped up over the ribbon.  A pearl flourish and a button with an added pearl center finish off the front.  Ribbons and pearls are my favorite embellishments.

I gave the interior a little more decorating and added another die cut as a space for a message.

Cardstock:  Recollections
Patterned Paper:  DCWV (Butterfly Garden 12 x 12 pad)
Stamp: WORDart by Karen (Revelation 2:7)
Tools/Embellishments: Spellbinders dies (Timeless Rectangles, Radiant Rectangles, Labels One, Decorative Labels One), May Arts ribbon, Want2Scrap pearl flourish, Michael's pearl, button from my stash, Tsukineko Shimmer Spritz (Frost), Cuttlebug embossing folder (Wicker Weave)

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Scrapbook Blessings Club Challenge #29 - Anything Goes
Cuttlebug Mania - Anything Embossed
Going Gray with Scrap Creations - Favorite embellishment(s) (for me that's ribbon & pearls)

Thanks for visiting with me today.  As always, I'd like to encourage you to stop by the Word Art Wednesday blog for your free digi and inspiration by the rest of the Design Team.

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Great Outdoors

When I first saw the Great Outdoors set from Deedee's Digis, it moved to the top of my wish list.  I love cats, my cat is gray and my husband and son are fishermen.  No brainer...I *had* to have it.  LOL  I used the pre-colored version of the cat fishing in the boat but added my own sponged clouds and added some sponging to the water to extend it a bit.

The emphasized technique for the current challenge at the Scrapbook Blessings Club Challenge is to make a wiper card.  I'd never tried one of those but thought the time was right to change that.  If you've never made one, here is a good written tutorial for a Wiper Card on SCS and here is a YouTube video by Beate Johns.  They are really pretty easy.  I'll be making more of these!

My card is going to someone who loves fishing and has been looking for a different job for a long time.  Last week he was offered a position with a new company.  I used one of the sentiments from the Chalk Talk set for the wiper.  I thought this would make a fun "Congratulations on the new job" card.

Cardstock:  Georgia Pacific (white), Recollections (kraft)
Patterned Paper:  My Mind's Eye Collectable (Remarkable 6 x 6 pad), Three Bugs in a Rug (Frisky 6 x 6 pad)
Stamps:  Deedee's Digis (Great Outdoors, Chalk Talk)
Inks:  Stampin' Up (Bliss Blue), Distress Ink (Peacock Feathers)
Tools/Embellishments:  Spellbinders dies (Petite Ovals Large and Small), Creative Memories 1-1/4" and 1-1/2" square punch, Staedtler fine tip marker (brown), The Twinery baker's twine (cappuccino), buttons from my stash

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Scrapbook Blessings Club Challenge #29 - Anything Goes with an emphasis on Wiper Cards
The Kraft Journal Make It Monday Challenge #188 - Anything Goes
Inky Chicks Challenge #37 - Stitching (Real or Faux)
PDE Linky Party - Puns
4 Crafty Chicks Challenge #120 - Sewing Real/Faux
Clear It Out Challenge - Theme:  Fancy Folds, Stash Item:  Punches or dies (I used both)
Fan-Tastic Tuesday Challenge #52 - Anything Goes - Twist add a button or buttons

Thanks for visiting with me tonight.  I hope you'll give the wiper card a try.  Please come visit again tomorrow when I'll have a new Word Art Wednesday challenge card to show you.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Napkin Fold Card

Hello!  I hope your week is going well.  Since it's Wednesday that means it's time for a new challenge.  Psalm 119:160 is the focus verse for this week at Word Art Wednesday.  This verse states, "Thy word is true from the beginning: and every one of thy righteous judgments endureth for ever."  Time as we know it doesn't exist for God.  He has always been and will always be.  As my husband frequently says it in his sermons, "God lives in the eternal present."  So when we read this verse, we have to try to wrap our finite human minds around the fact that there has never been nor will there ever be a time that God didn't exist.  Then to further boggle our minds, try to realize that His Word has been true from the very beginning (John 1:1 says, "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.") and His righteous judgments will never expire.  I love this aspect of God's character.  He is eternal (both past and future) and His righteousness never changes.  That is great security.

I saw the napkin fold card online a week or two ago so of course I had to give it a try.  It definitely looks harder than it is.  The ones I saw online would lay flat after you took off the belly band.  My card?  Well, no matter how many times I burnished the folds....nope, it didn't get the lay flat memo.  Tutorials for this card can be found on Dawn's YouTube, SplitCoastStampers (I didn't see this tutorial until writing this post), and the one I followed the most is found on Beccy's Place.

I liked the elegance of these papers and chose to embellish the belly band with pearls and lace.  I usually *have* to mat my patterned paper but am glad I skipped it this time.  The card would have had even more problems with closing properly with the extra bulk.

When the belly band is removed you can see the quilt like contrasts of the patterned paper. There is definitely room to play with pattern arrangement with this card.  Before placing my patterned paper and with the card closed, I made a small dot on each of the triangles that were showing when the card was closed.  This helped me plan the design and made sure that when I opened the card out completely, I had the papers just where I wanted them.

If you open the card completely, the base cardstock is an 11" square.  This allows for a large space to write a message.  Closed the card is 5.5" square.  

Cardstock:  Bazzill (brown), Recollections (cream)
Patterned Paper:  The Paper Studio (Bohemia 12 x 12 pad)
Stamp: Diane's Daydream Designs
Tools/Embellishments:  pearl rope (Recollections - It was a double row rope that I cut into single ropes and individual pearls for the belly band and sentiment panel), Spellbinders dies (Classic Oval Large, Lacey Oval), lace from my stash

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Chocolate Coffee & Cards Challenge #72 - Bingo (Green, Die Cuts, Lace)
Scrapbook Blessings Club Challenge #28 - Anything Goes (I used Challenge #13-Funky, Fancy, Fabulous Fold Cards & Challenge #21 - Digi Stamp)
 Papertake Weekly - Anything Goes
Clear It Out Challenge - Anything Goes
Fan-Tastic Tuesday Challenge #51 - Anything Goes
Really Reasonable Ribbon #102 - Autumn Colors + ribbon/trim
CraftyHazelnuts Patterned Paper Challenge - Use Patterned Paper
Crafts Galore Encore Challenge #9 - Make a Card

Thanks for stopping by to visit today.  I hope you will make time to stop by the Word Art Wednesday blog for inspiration from the rest of the Design Team and to pick up your free digi.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

I'm Praying for You

I've had this little bunny colored for awhile (I can tell it's been awhile because I do skies and ground differently now).  Last night, when I needed an encouragement card for a friend, I decided it was his time to shine.  I used sketch #79 from PaperTake Weekly for the card design.  I flipped the sketch so the bunny would face toward the middle of the card.  The bunny's eye, nose, tail and flower are accented with a glaze pen. The gingham panel was bordered by thin scalloped strips of kraft cardstock.  A ribbon, pearl flourish and a few scattered pearls finish off the card.

I popped up the bunny and sentiment panels and did a little interior decorating.  The finished card is 5.5" square.

Cardstock:  Georgia Pacific (white), Recollections (kraft), Bazzill (pink)
Patterned Paper:  My Mind's Eye Miss Caroline (Dolled Up 6 x 6 pad)
Stamps: Sweet 'n Sassy (Bunny 2 Digi Stamp, Comforting Pines (retired) clear stamp set)
Ink:  Versafine (Onyx Black)
Tools/Embellishments: Copic Markers, Spellbinders dies (Classic Squares Large and Small, Classic Ovals Large and Small), My Favorite Things die (Mini Scallop Edge), Sakura Glaze pen, Want2Scrap (Baby Bling White Pearl, Finesse Swirls Pearls White), ribbon (Offray)

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Papertake Weekly Challenge - Sketchie Free for All (I used sketch #79)
Delightful Challenges - Layer It
PDE Linky Party #17 - Use Metal Dies
Scrapbook Blessings Club #27 - Anything Goes
Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge - Anything Goes
C.R.A.F.T. Challenge #274 - Animal/Pet
Cute Card Thursday Challenge #336 - Anything Goes
Aud Sentiments Challenge #114 - Any Sentiment Other than a Birthday
4 Crafty Chicks Challenge #209 - Something Old/Something New (Something Old - ribbon, dies; Something New - pearl flourish)
Shopping Our Stash Challenge #166 - ABCs (A-animal, B - blossoms, C-checkered paper)

Thanks for stopping by for a visit.

Wednesday, August 27, 2014

Be Ye Also Patient....

Happy Wednesday!!  The weekend is getting closer!!  This week's focus verse at Word Art Wednesday talks about being patient. "Be ye also patient; stablish your hearts: for the coming of the Lord draweth nigh." James 5:8 defines patience as, "bearing, provocation, annoyance, misfortune, delay, hardship, pain, etc., with fortitude and calm and without complaint,anger,or the like." I don't know about you but bearing annoyance, misfortune, delay, hardship, etc. calmly and without complaint is sometimes a very tough thing to do.  This verse tells us we are to be patient but also mentions a specific thing for which we're to exercise this virtue.  When Christ ascended back to Heaven after His resurrection, the angel told His disciples that Jesus would return.  Christians are still waiting for His return but make no mistake, He WILL be coming back some day.  This verse tells us to be patient and settle the fact of His return in our hearts because His return is coming soon.  As we look at the world around us, with all of its heartache, loss, and sickness, we can only say, "Even so come, Lord Jesus!"

Regular readers know I really like fancy fold cards.  Probably two of my most commonly used are the easel card and the gatefold card.  Well, this past week, thanks to Pinterest, I found a card fold that combines BOTH of them!  Of course I had to try it.  I found The Frugal Crafter's written tutorial and downloadable template here and her video YouTube tutorial here.  {I'm sorry to be showing you so much light tent.  My light bulbs need replaced and aren't strong enough for my bigger tent.}

This is the card opened up.  It's like a regular easel card but with side flaps (or wings).   This week's WORDart was matted with a floral oval that was accented with some Liquid Pearls.  This panel is propped up on a couple layers of patterned paper.

The die cut border is accented with a marker and more Liquid Pearls.  The sentiment on the floral panel was heat embossed directly on the banner die cut. Normally the banner die cut would be popped up a little.  This time, it was kept flat so that it wouldn't make closing the card harder.  I really like how embossing this patterned paper makes it look distress and worn.  It goes better with the whole theme of the card that way.

There is room under the WORDart panel to write a message to the recipient.  The patterned paper is a light color so that a special pen isn't needed. 

When you are ready to close the card, the WORDart panel lays down flat.  Then the side panels fold in to close.

A belly band keeps the card closed for mailing (this card definitely requires extra postage for weight).  The sentiment is double matted and accented with more Liquid Pearls.  I thought about adding pearls, Liquid Pearls, or some other embellishment to the front but decided not to so that removing the belly band wouldn't be more difficult.

My Top Tip Tuesday Tip:  When using Liquid Pearls, after applying the dots of liquid, raise the panel and gently flick the back of it.  This helps the Liquid Pearls settle, removes the "Hershey's Kiss" look and flattens them a bit which makes it easier for mailing.

When working with 6 x 6 patterned papers, an extra sentiment panel for the back covers where the two strips join.

Cardstock:  Recollections

Patterned Paper: My Mind's Eye-Miss Caroline (Howdy Doody 6 x 6 pad)
Stamps:  WORDart digi stamp (James 5:8), Our Daily Bread Designs rubber stamp set (Quote Collection 4), Simon Says Stamp clear stamp set (Banner Sayings)
Ink:  VersaFine (Onyx Black)
Tools/Embellishments:  Staedtler fine tip marker (brown), Simon Says Stamp die (Folded Banner), Spellbinders dies (Classic Decorative Inserts 5, Classic Edges 2, Classic Ovals Large and Small, Floral Ovals), Stampin' Up! embossing powder (Crystal Clear), Cuttlebug embossing folder (Baby's Breath), Liquid Pearls (White Opal, Petal Pink)

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Scrapbook Blessings Club #27 - Anything Goes
Tuesday Throwdown #210 - Anything Goes
Clear It Out Challenge - Theme: Favorite Color Combo (I really like using shades of red with kraft and adding touches of green) & Stash: Anything Goes
Fan-tastic Tuesday Challenge #50 - Anything Goes
Top Tip Tuesday Challenge - Anything Goes
PDE Linky Party #17 - Use Metal Dies (I used a total of 5 sets)

Thanks so much for visiting with me today.  I hope you'll visit often.  The Word Art Wednesday blog has a lot more inspiration from the rest of the Design Team and a free digi for you.  I hope you'll have time to visit there as well.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

There is None Holy as the Lord

Hi!  Welcome back!!  This week's focus verse at Word Art Wednesday makes a powerful statement.  1 Samuel 2:2, "There is none Holy as the Lord; for there is none beside thee; neither is there any rock like our God."  Today's world tells us that it doesn't matter what god you worship (if any) and that all gods are the same.  However, those of us who believe God's Word know this isn't true.  This verse tells us that there is nothing as holy as the Lord and that nothing (or anyone) measures up to our God.  Wow!  Now that's the kind of God I want!  I'm so thankful that the Lord is all-powerful, all-knowing, and everywhere at once.

I wanted this verse to really be the focal point of the card.  I also think it is a great encouragement verse for someone going thru a difficult time.  Scrapbook Blessings Club is featuring Pop Up Slider Cards in their current challenge.  If you are a regular reader, you know I love fancy folds, so I decided to do one this week.  {For a video tutorial by Dawn click here.  For a pictorial tutorial on SCS click here.}

When you pull the ribbon tab at the top, the verse panel pops up to reveal another sentiment inside.

It will sit up on a desk for display.   The pull out at the back also gives room for another message.  A longer note can be written on the back of the card (what is the bottom of the card when opened up for display).  The flowers are accented with Liquid Pearls. 

These soft, subtle papers, the cardstock (except for the cream) the ribbon and the Liquid Pearls are part of a Simon Says Stamp card kit that I won in one of their recent challenges. 

Cardstock:  Recollections (cream), Simon Says Stamp (brownish-gray, light gray)
Patterned Paper:  Fancy Pants (Country Boutique)
Stamps:  WORDart by Karen (1 Samuel 2:2), Sweet 'n Sassy Stamps clear stamp sets (The Gift of You, Jesus Cares)
Ink:  VersaFine (Onyx Black)
Tools/Embellishments - ribbon (Simon Says Stamp card kit), Liquid Pearls (white opal), pearl (from stash), eyelet (American Crafts), Spellbinders Dies (Deckeled Rectangles Large and Small)

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Scrapbook Blessings Club Challenge #27 - Anything Goes featuring Pop Up Slider Cards
Top Tip Tuesday Challenge - Anything Goes
Fan-Tastic Tuesday Challenge #49 - Anything Goes
Clear It Out Challenge - Anything Goes
Sweet Stamps Challenge #183 - Anything Goes
Papertake Weekly - To Die For (use dies)
PDE Linky Party #17 - Metal Dies or Punches
Eureka Stamps Challenge #103 - Inspirational
Divas by Design - Pretty Pearls

Thanks for visiting with me today.  I hope your week is going well and that you'll have time to stop by the Word Art Wednesday blog to pick up your free digi as well as be inspired by the projects from the rest of the Design Team.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Prima Shabby Chic

Hi!  Happy Wednesday!!  I hope your week is going well.  This week's focus verse at Word Art Wednesday is Colossians 1:27, "To whom God would make known what is the riches of the glory of this mystery among the Gentiles; which is Christ in you, the hope of glory." We can read the Bible daily all our lives and still learn something new each time we read it.  God wants to share His riches with us.  When we accept Christ as our Savior, the Holy Spirit comes to live within us and helps shed light on what we're reading.  Too often, we read simply to say we've have read our Bible for the day.  We should stop to ask the Lord to show us what He has for us to learn in what we read that day.

I received a notebook project kit as a challenge prize a couple weeks ago.  It came with several beautiful Prima 6x6 papers, some ivory and pink cardstock, and LOTS of embellishments.  I decided to use it for cards instead of the intended notebook.  For this reason, I don't know the brand of some of the items on today's card.  This is a 5.5" square (when folded flat) Z-fold card.  The verse font had an elegance to it that went very well with these papers.  Shabby chic is a challenge style for me but with these papers....this is my version of it.  The Lattice Motif under the verse panel is accentd with small pearls.

A matching lattice die cut on the inside provides a spot to write a message to the recipient.

There is lots of interior decorating on this card.  I'm not sure how well it shows up in the picture but there is a pretty pearl flourish on the left interior panel.  LOTS of pearls on this card!!

Cardstock:  Georgia Pacific (white), Unknown (pink, gray/brown)
Patterned Paper:  Prima
Stamp:  WORDart by Karen ()
Tools/Embellishments: My Favorite Things die (Postage Stamp Edge), Spellbinders dies (Classic Ovals Large and Small, Lattice Accents, pearls (Want2Scrap, The Paper Studio, Michael's), ribbon (unknown), flower (Prima)

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Digi Chooseday Week 31 Challenge - Shabby Chic
Sentimental Sunday Challenge #219 - Decorate card inside and out
Scrapbook Blessings Club Challenge #26 - Anything Goes
Fan-tastic Tuesday Challenge #48 - Anything Goes
Crafty Hazelnut's Patterned Paper Challenge - Must cover card with Patterned Paper
Crafts Galore Encore Challenge - Anything Goes
V's Sweet Ideas Challenge #26 - Anything Goes

Thanks for stopping by today.  I hope you'll be back to visit often.  There is lots more inspiration over that the Word Art Wednesday blog and a free digi for you to snag. 

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