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Dots and FLowers

I had to get in a couple more flower creations before May is over!

My first page is inspired by the **Art*Journal*Journey* and THESE nails.

Card going to my sweet aunt who sent me a great card and a little treat this week - she is a CTMH demonstrator and very creative!

The BAJ page focuses on praising God with shouts of joy, sweet words, and song,
Doodled the BAJ dots and stenciled the card circle.  The flowers are the To A Wild Rose from SU! painted with Arteza Gouache colors. Had to add in some fun ladies to jazz things up a bit.

New toys to play with on my second creations.  These were done for the **ART*JOURNAL*JOURNEY* challenge and the Teapot Tuesday challenge with was red, white, and blue but not patriotic.
Page and card made with new Rubbernecker Wildflowers in the wind and Dina K greeting from IO.

Love the sentiment from my friend Dina K.  It is at IO.  Such a true statement, but seems we humans can't resist looking back and forth too much. Here is a picture of just the card.

Praying for the U.S. - please join me!  We need prayer desperately.

Hugz

Comments

  1. Both pieces are wonderful Nancy, full of joy, and very pretty. Looks like you had fun! Take care, hugs, Valerie

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  2. A beautiful card and a fantastic floral page in your journal. Thank you for linking to Mia's theme at Art Journal Journey
    Stay safe.
    Yvonne xx

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  3. Beautiful thoughts, beautiful BAJ pages and that Rumi saying touched me so ... The Bible quote is lovely too. Your flowers are just magical as is the rest of your art.

    Hope you are well.

    Love,
    Monica

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  4. Lovely journal pages and cards Nancy, the pink flowers are pretty and I love the vintage ladies but I especially like the beautiful wild flowers.
    Pauline - Crafting with Cotnob
    x

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  5. Your card and your journal page are gorgeous, Nancy. I love the dolls on your card and the great colors combination on the page. Thank you so much for joining again my challenge at AJJ. Hugs, my friend.
    My prayers are with US and Latin America. Hope that this pandemic will end soon.

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  6. These are a great couple of journal pages to wrap up the month with Nancy. The flowers are gorgeous and so are sentiments. Hope we get to see you next month too. Pretty soon that challenge will go live. Happy new month and thanks for joining us at AJJ. Hugs-Erika

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  7. amazing flower creations Nancy, I've always admired that wildflowers Rubbernecker stamp, you've created such a beautiful card and your journal pages are wonderful :)
    Hugs Christine.

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  8. I'm always surprised by the beauty of Rubbernecker flowers. These are gorgeous and you've used them well. Love the card and the quote. Beautiful work. Pray without ceasing... always makes me think of Keith Green's 'Make My Life a Prayer to you.' We carry his light and his presence everywhere we go and although we can't go very far at the moment, we can 'go' online!
    My Intercessor group still meet weekly via WhatsApp and it works well. I tend to forget to pray for our leaders, yet it's a command and something I do when I remember. My heart goes out to country leaders at this time. It must be SO HARD to make decisions for the right reasons but as a friend of mine used to say, 'People must always come first!'
    We're praying for the unrest you're experiencing over there, that people will realise violence achieves nothing. But oh how I understand their outrage. God bless you.
    Cath x

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