-The Journey of a lonely abused young girl who becomes a lovely Bride & Wife who suffers from multiple painful illnesses that are Chronic/Hidden and Mental Health issues.
-She enjoys Crocheting, Altered Journals, Beading, Sewing, Quilting,Gardening, DIY furniture Flips when possible and Historical Romances. She also loves poetry. But most of all the Victorian Era of Romance, Manners, Dignity and Integrity.
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Hey there Everyone *waves a paw* This weeks Color Challenge at Outlawz was so fun to do as it featured one of my favorite colors - BLUE! Here are this weeks colors: The twist was to add a charm.
Colors to use
Here is my entry:
I stamped the sentiment on Georgia-Pacific 110lb. weight card stock I got on sale at Bi-mart and because they forgot to remove the old sales sticker I got it for $2.00 cheaper. Their mistake but I profited from it at their insistence :o)
The stamped sentiment and the foliage are two Stampin' Up stamps that a church friend loaned me her entire Stampin' Up stamp sets they are the original ones one dates back as far as 1998. So, Jean, I thank you dearly from the bottom of my heart!
I chose to add the the sentiment Family as that is what makes Christmas so very special to me underneath the fact that it is Jesus's birthday and such a wonderful gift that God has given us. I appreciate it in so many ways that words can never accurately describe. As we humans do not speak God's language of Love, as His is completely and totally selfless, whole, pure, forgiving, uplifting, and completely unconditional.
The paper is from my new Coral Couture Stack by DCWV.
The snowflakes were given to me as a gift. I chose to glitter the one on the right with silver glitter to get my silver in ;o)
Unfortunately, I did not have the exact blue in paper so I chose to hit my bead stash and found one that was close and that is the big bead on my silver and white Christmas bow with the two self made "hat pins" that I made out of headpins for making earrings with.
Last, but not least, I have my little pewter reindeer charm hanging on the bottom left of my card off the silver and white Christmas bow. He is kind of in the shadows so you cannot get a good look at him other than to tell he is a charm. He was previously a necklace pendant from a broken necklace which was given to me with a bunch of other jewelry and art prints by a previous neighbor when she was moving out of good old Briarwood. So I thank you, Hazel! I sure do miss seeing your sunny face riding your bike and running Layla along side you!
Well, y'all, I sure do appreciate the visits and the comments on my projects and I pray that you will have a most blessed week ahead of you!
Thank you so much for your prayers and support this week. They are greatly appreciated. However, my battles are not over yet. I just got one more thrown into the mix this past week. I was also finally able to get ahold of my Disability Attorney today...so YAY on that part. But you know what it's all good as for what Satan means for evil, God means for good! and I CAN do all things through Christ who strengthens me!!!