Nancy, has been a faithful friend in blogland, visiting and encouraging me through many days in the past couple years. She is largely responsible for my efforts to participate with her and others in Patter's challenge. So here are my first efforts. I have not yet decided to keep the framework the same from challenge to challenge, but for these three, I opted to pull them together in a grouping of sorts. Tags, without borders!.........opps, I forgot to snap a picture to link here.
Cheryl, thank you for your ongoing encouragement and emails to lift my spirits this past year. Although your paper crafting art is inspirational, your tender and obedient heart lifts my spirit and reminds me the Lord never forsakes us. Thank you, dear one. (hope this find you warm, I think it may never spring up here in Ohio). PS with the length of delay to post this draft, we are not headed into fall! Oh my!!
Shaz, your blog lifts me each visit. Driving me to desire a visit to your beautiful county. (it is a place I have always felt a niggling to see first hand) your pictures give me a glance into God's artful perfection in your homeland. Thank you. Your fine hand and card design causes me to reflect on so many of my. as yet, incomplete projects.
Ginna You are one talented lady. It is good always to read your emails and visit your blog, where I can only drool at your beautiful artwork. You are an inspiration in your love for Christ and the way you make paper turn into beauty!!Thanks
I have done some projects, crafting with paper, restoring, power tools...... But alas, I am not so good and finding/making time to blog about them. I may even have forgotten how to post pictures. Forgive me. I am busy loving on my youngest, now 17, too quickly he will be out and on his own. Perhaps, if the Lord lingers, I will be back more frequently.
Thank you, ladies, for your ministries, for reaching out to touch the lives of others. May your blessings return tenfold!