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Some Praying Hands



Today starts the new Squigglefly Challenge and it calls for monochromatic color schemes which is one of my favorite kinds of challenges. I couldn't resist playing in the challenge even though it is our team's week off. Besides I just had to use this lovely new Lynne Stansbery image called the Power of Prayer. Lynn is one of the best hands artists around and she knows how to capture so much emotion in her drawings. I am sending this to a special friend who is approaching one of the scariest times in a person's life - the end. I will write more on this soon.

Hope you all have a wonderful week, and I hope you have a chance to play in the Squigglefly challenge.

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  1. oh Nancy, I'm so sorry you have such a sad reason to send this card. I will keep your friend in my prayers. The card is so lovely - I love the simple layout and the muted color.

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  2. That really is a great drawing of the hands. What a talent she has. I'm sure this was a difficult card to make. It's beautiful.

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  3. Beautiful card but I wish it was for a different occasion! No doubt about it, Lynne's hands are the best!

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  4. Beautiful card Nancy,I will keep you friend in my thoughts and prayers.
    Kevin xx

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  5. What a fabulous image. My heart breaks for friend but am glad she has you to be there for her :) Lovely card.

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  6. Another awesome card with Lynne's new image. I love this, nancy!

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  7. What a great image...and you have made a beautiful card with it. Will add your friend to my prayers.

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  8. This is so beautiful! Love the image and the sentiment. Sending prayers for your friend.

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  9. Nancy, just breath taking! you've captured the essence of prayer and I will keep your friend in my prayers.

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  10. stunning work Nancy! I love it. This card turned out amazing and hugs and prayers for your friend.

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  12. I love this card and Lynne's awesome image. I am sorry to hear about your friend.

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