Thursday, March 31, 2016

Papa Minion

Well, since I had to deal with other things today I just settled for a card design that I had been wanting to do for a long time. I used quite a few of Gina K. Designs stamps on it and also one die cut and lots of thinking on my part to pull it all together. But again, it was a fun thing to do and really had my imagination working over time with it.

This may not be like the original Minion characters but with my own spin on it I thought it still looked pretty good. And, it is supposed to be a humorous design and I hope that at least someone might get a few smiles from it.

I shaped the card top by using part of a large oval die from Spellbinders. I only cut the upper part and left it free on top so it could be opened and closed like a normal card. The glasses are a die cut from Simon Says.

The pupil, buttons and heart are from the Fun Year Round set from Gina K. Designs which is illustrated by Melanie Muenchinger. The lips were made by using the finest line stamp from the Gina K. Designs Perfect Plaids set which is illustrated by Tami Mayberry. Since they are clear stamps I was able to curve the line image and have it connect at the top and bottom to make the mouth. I then hand drew in teeth and colored them with a White Galaxy marker.

And I saw the { image on the Gina K. Designs Stamp It Big 2 set illustrated by Carolyn King and thought it looked like a mustache.  I also hand drew part of the eyes. The solid black circle used for the iris is from the Gina K. Designs Pretty Patterns set.

I hand cut the pattern for the overalls and then stamped the button in light blue and fussy cut it out before adding it to the straps. My sentiment was added to a lighter blue card stock and it is from the Gina K. Designs Let's Talk set illustrated by Debbie Corbari. I then stamped the heart next to the sentiment.

The card was finished with adding some swipes of black Spectrum Noir Aqua pen to make hair. And please excuse the shaky lines that I hand drew. My arthritis in the hands is acting up somewhat and therefore I got quite squiggly looking with my drawing.

Well, I hope you got a little chuckle from my creation. Thanks for looking and I hope your day is going great.

God bless,

Issues With My Blog

I am having issues with my blog but I hope I have it all resolved now. I used a Full System Scan with my Micro Trend Anti-Virus and showed no problems and I also did a Chrome Clean Up tool as well. Again I don't think there was any issues showing up. So I hope this will make things better. I know it is working much better for me to do this post then it had in the past few days.

If you are still noticing things, please let me know. I am so sorry about this. I don't want to lose my blog.

Take care and God bless,

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Acrylic Apple Blossoms

For some reason I have been having difficulty uploading blog posts, and I don't know what to do about it. I finally got this to work for me but it has been a struggle. I hope I don't have to close this blog. My computer seems to be freezing up a lot lately. But until that happens I will post today's acrylic painting.

I actually like this one. And, yes, not really looking like the real blossoms but I still had a great time making this one. I looked at photos of calendars and the apple blossoms caught my eye. So I went with that for today's painting.

And after I had signed it, I remembered I had a fine nib on a paint pen that might work for signing my works. And, I think I need to place an order for more acrylic paints if I am to continue doing things with them. It is a nice change of pace but I still plan on being mainly a card maker.

Thanks for looking and have a great evening.

God bless,

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Acrylic Night Scene

I have decided I am more comfortable doing scenes so today after I made another flower goof I finally went to a scene and I feel much better about it. It is supposed to be a night scene and I think the camera made it lighter than it really is but I hope you still can get the idea behind it.

And although it is in my comfort zone more I am still not thrilled with my paintings. I think my original idea of coloring other's artwork will still be my main way of expression in the art world. I just am not that good of an artist. And as you can see a fiber from one of the brushes attached itself in the upper left corner. I was bummed about that. I wish I had seen it while it was still wet, but it was not until I took a first photo that I noticed it. So another lesson learned....check occasionally for fibers attached. LOL

And, I need to find a smaller way of writing. I tried to use a finer brush but I still got it looking like a first grader did the signature. Of course, I cut the practice sheets smaller so that I could frame it if I should happen to do something worthy of that. So far not looking very promising. Any suggestions on how to get a smaller writing would be appreciated. I thought about a marker but that would not be acrylic.

Any other suggestions would be welcomed too as I know some of you are more expert at painting then I am. Am I being too stingy with the paint? I see some white areas showing up so maybe that might have to be changed too. But at least I had some fun doing it.

Well, it looks and sounds like we may get some rain tonight. In a way that would be good since hubby planted wheat today. That would get it off to a good start. Even snow would be good on wheat as it provides nitrogen.

Well, I hope your day is going well. Thanks for stopping in.

God bless,

Monday, March 28, 2016

Improved Acrylic Garden

I was not satisfied with that butterfly and the more I looked at it the more I knew I wanted to improve it. So I determined I had the proportions of the butterfly wrong on the first try. And, one good thing about acrylics is that you can go over and redo things. I was happy about that. I hope you like this change that I did as well.

Well, I will slowly learn. I guess it shows I did not take any art classes. LOL Well, that finishes up my day. I wanted to show the newer version. And I still want your opinions on other ways I can improve on my painting. At least I had some fun with this.

God bless,

Acrylic Garden

I was gifted a set of acrylics and some practice sheets as well as some bigger canvases and many brushes. So there was no excuse not to try working with acrylics. Well, it is a good thing I have lots of practice sheets. This was my first attempt and I think it sort of looks more like something a first grade kid would do. Oh, well! It was fun anyway. Just remember this is my first hopefully in time I may improve. Perhaps I should have drawn a sketch first but then I can't draw either. So why would that be much better? Hahaaa!

Isn't that a sick looking butterfly? Originally I did not have one in the painting which was the way I should have left it. I tried to make it look more realistic but I think instead I got it looking a lot worse. Maybe in my next works I will paint a bee instead or no insect at all.  I redid the butterfly. I realized that the bottom half should be larger than the top half. It looks much better now. 

I saw a similar scene done in water colors and loved it, so thought perhaps I could make it instead with the acrylics. But I must have deleted the video and now can't remember who did it either so I apologize to that talented artist. So this was done from memory.

I find the acrylics dry fast and when hubby comes in and says "Fix me some lunch. I am going in the field." I found out that by the time I had his lunch pail packed it had dried out my blotches of paint on my palette quite a bit. I might have to buy more tubes if I run out.

Well, any tips would be greatly appreciated. I need all the help I can get. Hahaaa! Thanks though for looking at it. And I will look forward to seeing what you suggest I do differently.

God bless,

Friday, March 25, 2016

He is Risen!

Happy Easter to everyone. I am so glad that our Lord lives. I am sharing a simple greeting I made which only used some pattern paper, the cross die, rhinestones and a sentiment. I wish God's blessings to all of you this Easter Sunday.

I really love the colors of this card. And, I found the pattern paper matched so well with the plain card stock in the same colors. I used the Wonky Stitched Oval Stacker Die from Die-Namics for the base to which I added the die cut cross which is from Top Dog Dies. The pattern paper is from Gina K. Designs. The sentiment is from Inspired by Stamping.

The last thing I added to the design is some purple rhinestone gems. I thought it finished off the card perfectly.

Anyway, this is my Easter card to all of my blogging friends. I wish you a most wonderful day,

God bless,

Thursday, March 24, 2016

Yellow Lily Easter Card

Today I am showing you a card I made earlier and already sent out to a friend.  I once again used the stamp image and sentiment from Inspired by Stamping. This card will be entered in the Mod Squad Blog Challenge and the Cheery Lynn Designs Blog challenge.

It is a CAS style card again. I colored the image with just a bit of yellow. The lilies were popped up on the card over a oval die cut which also carried the beautiful cross dies. In the corners I added the Lace Corners which I think always dress up a card design. And, the last thing added was the sentiment.

Just in case you cannot see all the details I also took a different angle for a photo which shows them much better.

The dies used:
Cheery Lynn Designs- B162 Lace Corner Deco B
Top Dog Die- Cross Dies
Die-Namics- Wonky Oval Stitched Die

I have been very busy cleaning and doing last minute baking for the Easter weekend. I expect all of the US residing children and their families here so it will be a fun and wonderful weekend. May each of you have a wonderful week as well.

God bless,

Saturday, March 19, 2016

CAS Congratulations Card

Since I was still in a rainbow mood I decided to use just a sentiment and make a card design with those colors. I know I will need some for graduations later on but this type of card would work for any occasion where congratulations are in order.

I used the word stamp from the Kitchen Sink Stamps set called Simple Sentiments MINI 006. Since this is a clear set of stamps I was able to place them fairly close in the sequence in a straight line. I used the colors of the rainbow for my design.

I then die cut the panel out with my Die-Namics Wonky Stitched Rectangle Stackers MFT-839. I really like that set of dies a lot and I thought it a perfect frame for the focal image. I finished the card by mounting it on a base card of Gina K. Designs Jelly Bean Green card stock.

This card will be entered in the Mod Squad Blog Challenge in which entries are to use a rainbow theme. One does not have to necessarily use an actual rainbow image but at least use the colors of the rainbow. This is what I did when making this simple card.

Thanks for looking. I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!

God bless,

Friday, March 18, 2016

Rainbow-God's Promise

One of the most often used types of dies for my cards are the ones that help to create layers. Today I used such a set from Cheery Lynn Designs to help create my Easter card which is a CAS design but with lots of layers it really looks more artistic I think.

My focal image stamp is one I purchased years ago from a rummage sale and I loved the sentiment and simple design on it. It is a Stampendous design. I stamped it with Versafine Black ink and then colored the design in with Zig water color markers. I wanted the opposite corners of my card to have the same graduated look, so on the bottom left side I fussy cut the layers so that they sort of matched the upper right side. I messed up and used a different size of die and had to readjust them a bit but it still looked okay in my opinion. No sense wasting them. LOL

Here is what I added inside the card to bring it more into the spirit of Easter. The sentiments on the left are from Inspired by Stamping and the cross image with the sentiment is from an Arlington, South Dakota company that is no longer in business called Odlund's Gingerbread.

Now I don't know about you but John 3:16 to me is one of the most comforting verses in the Bible. It brings home how much our God and Jesus loved us. What a wonderful gift that God gave his Son to die for our sins so that we might have everlasting life. I ask His forgiveness and thank Him daily because without this most awesome gift I know my sins would never allow me to have everlasting life in Heaven.

Another view of the card from a different angle may show the layers much better. My layers were supposed to match the colors of the rainbow.

The Cheery Lynn Die used is:
Stacker's Nesting Die A6 Rectangle-Classic XL-17.

I am entering this card in the following challenges:
Cheery Lynn Designs Challenge
Mod Squad Blog Challenge
Double D Blog Challenge

Thanks for stopping by and for all you wonderful comments. I hope your weekend is a fantastic one!

God bless,

Thursday, March 17, 2016

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

I wish all of you a wonderful St. Patrick's Day. On that note, here is the last card I made for that holiday and I saved it just especially for today. I will be entering this in the Scrapy Land Blog Challenge.

The Irish blessing sentiment which is the focal image of my card is from the CAS-UAL FRIDAYS set called Clover. The little shamrocks are some older wood stamps which are from Annette Watkins. Card stock colors used are two shades of green. The shamrocks and sentiment were stamped with dark green ink and then I used Specrtrum Noir pens to color in the shamrocks.

I used an embossing folder from Crafter's Companion which is from the Every Day With Barkley line and is called Dottie. I did not have an appropriate embossing folder for St. Patrick's Day but I thought this would be a more universal one to use. But before I embossed the design I also added the Inside Out Embossing Plate IOEPS01 which left the center oval part without embossing on it.

The next step after I had embossed the card front I then took another embossing folder from Inside Out Embossing Plate called Frame It IOEPF01 and along with the first set of plates I added the center embossing design around the oval portion only. Both of these plates were purchased at Cheery Lynn Designs. For more ideas on how to use these plates check out the video at Cheery Lynn Designs.

Now that all the embossing was done I took a sponge and added some green ink lightly over those embossed areas to highlight the design more. After mounting this panel onto darker green card stock I then die cut some corner embellishments from Cheery Lynn Designs to add to the card. The finishing touch was the addition of a green organza bow.

The Cheery Lynn Die used:
B162 Lace Corner Deco B

Well, I hope that whether or not you celebrate this holiday that it will be a good day for you none the less. And, thanks for stopping by.

God bless,

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Rainbow of Colors

I took a bit of time to make a quick Easter card and this time I used a rainbow of colors on it. This card will be entered into the Double D's Blog Challenge and the Mod Squad Blog Challenge.

I used three dies on my cards. One for the frame, one for the grass and eggs element and of course, one for that bunny rabbit. I also used my Zig watercolor markers to add color to the eggs and the grass. My sentiment for this card is from Inspired by Stamping and is from the Easter Lily set. After all was assembled the final touch was to add a black rhinestone to the bunny for his eye.

I used the following dies:
Die-Namites "Spring Grass" DN-1153
Die-Namites "Spring Bunny" DN-1142
Memory Box Cross Stitched Frame Borders Style No. 99124

Well, my card for the day is complete. Now it is back to baking for the church bake sale Saturday. This afternoon it is Old Fashioned Raisin Spice Cake. It will be frosted with a caramel frosting. My Mom and Grandmother used to make this years ago and I always liked it. I know my hubby will too as he takes after his Dad and loves raisins and spices. I might have to put a bit into a smaller pan so he can get a taste too. It makes a huge cake. LOL

Take care everyone and have a great rest of the day.

God bless,

Monday, March 14, 2016

Easter Lily With Doily

I took a little bit of time to create another Easter card today. I am entering this one in the Cheery Lynn Designs Blog challenge in which we are to use a doily die. I also used the lily and sentiment from the Easter Lily set by Inspired by Stamping.

I used the Zig water color pens to color the lily and then I fussy cut it out and set it aside until I had the doily die and the cross dies ready for the card design. The cross design die is one I purchased last year to use on Easter cards this year and it is made by a no longer in business company called Top Dog Dies. And, I decided since I had originally planned to use that die I would go ahead anyway even if it is no longer available.

I wanted a smaller doily to place behind the cross dies and the smallest I could find was in fact a snowflake doily die from Cheery Lynn Designs but I think it works especially when I added the corner die elements to the card.

Once I had all the layers added to the card I finished it by stamping the sentiment and adding some off white pearls. Oh, the white doily and the corner elements are die cut from Stardream card stock and they therefore have a pearly finish. I thought the off white pearls would go great with that card stock. I hope that one of the photos will show a bit of the shimmer of that card stock.

Cherry Lynn Designs Dies used:
Snowflake 2 DL166
Lace Corner Deco B B162

Well, that is my all of the card making I will be doing today. I am in a baking frenzy as this coming Saturday is a church fund raiser bake sale. So I better get with the program. Today I think I will be making Macadamian Nut cookies. I hope they turn out okay. Sometimes I think I have lost my baking touch as I so seldom do it anymore. LOL

I wish you a great start to your week. Until next time, take care.

God bless,

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Climbing Vines

Today I worked up a green and white design for the Mod Squad Blog Challenge. I had not planned on using green so soon but who can resist a challenge and it was not required to be a St. Patrick's Day card either. So I decided to join in. And, I admit I do love the color green.

I once again used something that had laid in my drawer for a long time and had never seen any love. It is a card front die from Top Dog Dies (which is no longer in business) so I am so glad I purchased it as it is gorgeous. I cut it out from white card stock and placed it over the top of my base card of Gina K. Designs Apple Mint colored card stock. I thought it sort of looked like a trellis.

Next I stamped the sentiment and the vines from CAS-UAL FRIDAYS STAMPS with Gina K. Designs Christmas Pine ink on white card stock. I cut the sentiment out with a circle die from Cheery Lynn Designs and also cut another larger circle from Christmas Pine card stock. I fussy cut the vines with a scissors and then I added the layered sentiment and vines to the card front. The sentiment was popped up.

I added some dark green rhinestones on the die cut front and also one lighter colored single rhinestone on the sentiment layer. The finishing touch was a dark green ribbon bow.

The photo below shows how I also stamped some of the vines inside the card.

Well, time to work on something to eat for the pot luck at church tonight. We Lutherans do enjoy our pot luck meals after the service. We never go hungry either. LOL

God bless,

Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Orange Blossom Easter

Again this is a one layer card and again I used images from Gina K. Designs Stately Flowers 8 set. This is the last floral image on the set and since I had never inked it up before I decided it was a good time to do so.

I had no clue as to what color orange blossoms were so I had to check it out on the computer and see a few photos. I saw that they were mostly white blossoms. So I tried to keep my images as white as possible with only adding a little light gray color here and there on the petals. I again used the new set of Zig markers I purchased. I sponged orange colors around the images so that they would pop more. I finished the card by adding a few orange rhinestones randomly and a orange and white polka dot ribbon. I messed up by the butterfly a bit and got outside the lines, but we will pretend it is just some shadow. LOL Afterall, if it were perfect no one would know it was handmade, right?

Well, I finally used all of the flowers from that set on a card so I accomplished what I had set out to do. I hope you enjoyed seeing what I did with them as well.

Have a super evening everyone and thanks for visiting once again.

God bless,

Yellow Jasmine Easter

I made another one layer card again and I tried to make it have more dimension with sponging added to create an interesting affect. I am not sure I achieved quite what I was going for but none the less it isn't too badly done.

Once again I have used images from the Gina K. Designs Stately Flowers 8 set which is illustrated by Melanie Muenchinger. I also used a negative of a cross die which I had purchased last Easter season and never used which was made by Top Dog Dies. I am sad to say that company is no longer in business but I am glad I got this die as it is really a lovely design. But this time I used the negative as a stencil and sponged in the cross with Gina K. Designs Prickly Pear dye ink.

Next I took and sponged in what I had hoped would look like rays shooting off the cross with Gina K. Designs Lemon Drop and Sweet Corn yellow dye inks. I am not sure I quite got that look but at least I tried.

The yellow jasmine images were stamped twice with black Versafine ink and then colored in with Zig markers. And the last steps were to stamp the sentiment in the upper left corner and add the pearls to the cross.

Well, thanks for stopping in. The last two mornings we have awakened to a thick fog, but at least the temperatures are above normal for this time of year. I am not sure if that will speak to warmer all summer long or not, but right now I think all are appreciating the Spring temperatures. You have a great Tuesday.

God bless,

Monday, March 7, 2016

Iris Easter Card

My new Zig pens arrived last week that I ordered through Amazon so I decided to try them out and use them to color a one layer card using the Iris image from the Gina K. Designs Stately Flowers 8 set. The sentiment and butterfly are from that set too!

This is a simple card design. I stamped the Iris and the butterfly with Onyx Black ink from Versafine and then colored them in with my Zig watercolor pens. I also scribbled a bit of a blue ink around the Iris to make the image pop more. I am not sure if I like it or not. Perhaps it would have looked better if I had sponged on the blue. The last steps were to stamp the sentiment with the Onyx Black ink and add some blue rhinestone gems here and there.

I have to do fairly easy Easter designs as I found out that also this month is a church bake sale again so I will have to devote one week to baking for that fund raiser. And, I am hosting the family for Easter as well. So my time will be well occupied this month.

Well, I at least I am happy to move on to another holiday on the calendar. And, it is a good thing I have plenty of birthday cards lined up for a while too.

You take care and I hope your Monday is going great. Mine sure is. I was not able to access StampTV for several days. It seemed I was blocked from the website. I don't know what happened to cause it but I am so happy that this morning I was able to get back on. I hope it stays that way too!

God bless,

Friday, March 4, 2016

Another For NBUS #6

I found a Cheery Lynn Doily die that I had not used before. It was one that has a wing with it and so I decided this was a good time to use it. I am still working on St. Patrick's Day cards so I am once again going "green".

And I used the sentiment and four leaf clover images from the Clover set by CAS-UAL FRIDAYS stamps. The four leaf clover was stamped with green and then colored in with Spectrum Noir Aqua pens and fussy cut out. Then in the center I placed some light green rhinestone gems for more texture.

The background die facer was cut out with a duplex green card stock and I used the darker colored side and placed it over the white card base. Next I cut the doily out but since it was so large I cut a portion of it off and layered it on the wing that was cut out of the same duplex card stock but instead I used the lighter color.

My sentiment was also stamped in green ink on white card stock and the layered to both colors of the duplex papers. After that was done I then popped the four leaf cover over the end of it. The last addition to the card was the double bow ribbon of white satin trimmed chiffon.

This will be my last entry into the NBUS #6 contest at Darnell Knauss's blog. She is always inspiring 
me to use those things "I loved and had to have" but still had not used. Thanks so much for that push in the right direction Darnell.

Cheery Lynn Designs dies used are:
Spring Flower Burst Doily w/ Angel Wing DL 221
A2 Frame Die FRM 114

I am also entering this in the following challenges:

Oh, and my leg wound is considered healed now. So I don't have to go back for three months unless something changes in the meantime. I am really happy about that good news! I hope all of you will have a great weekend. Thanks for stopping by too!

God bless,

Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Nice Normal Family

Today I am using more Never Before Used Schtuff. I pulled out a stamp set from Sparkle N Sprinkle called Chicken Run Stamp Set 761 which I fell in love with but never had used and also found some pattern paper that was a Christmas gift several years ago which had not been opened either. So today was the day to get the stamps inky and use the paper. And, since it will soon be St. Patrick's Day I thought all my family should be dressed in green except for a little pop of red.

My solid silhouette chicken family was inked with a Marvy rainbow pad of green hues and stamped onto white card stock. I added just a touch of red to the older family members on their combs. The sentiment from the set was stamped in Gina K. Designs Christmas Pine. I then took a Die-Namics die set called Wonky Stitches Rectangle Stackers MFT 839 to cut out the white stamped panel as well as the polka dot green pattern paper layer. They were then placed on a base card of white. I added a strip of pattern paper inside the card too so that the inside and outside were connected. The last step was to add some red rhinestones.

I got my inspiration for the colors from this photo which is shown in the Double D Blog challenge for this week. Therefore, this will be entered into their challenge contest.

I am also adding my card to the NBUS challenge which is sponsored by Darnell Knauss.

And the final challenge this will be entered into is the Mod Squad Blog Challenge which is once again using animals which also includes birds. So this will qualify for that also.

I was always waiting for the right time to use that set of chicken stamps and I think this was a perfect opportunity for that. Here is another photo taken from a different angle.

Well, I might be doing more cards later this week but tomorrow I have a checkup for my leg. As far as I know it is still healed so hopefully, the doctor will agree with me. So if I am quiet and not commenting much on your creations that could be why as usually it is an all day affair.

Thanks for stopping by.

God bless,

Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Never Before Used Schtuff!

Darnell Knauss has her NBUS Challenge going so I wanted to join in and I took the opportunity to finally play with something I purchased last month and never got around to using yet. I had bought an embossing folder and some tools to use with any brand embossing folders. I purchased them from Crafter's Companion and after my first try I am seeing that they will be quite useful to me. I also used some ribbon that I have held onto for a couple years now and finally have found a home for it.

I had an already cut piece of the Gina K. Designs Lipstick colored card stock on hand so just for a practice run with my new tools I decided to try my luck with them. I was so thrilled that I decided it was good enough to make into a card design. These new tools are the Inside Out Embossing Plate 10EPF01-Frame It and Plate I0EPS01 Oval Set. Before I began though I did watch the  Cheery Lynn Designs video showing how to use them.

My first step was to put my card stock in the Cuttlebug Swiss Dots embossing folder and then I placed the oval template over the top of the embossing folder before I put it through my machine. When it came out of the folder only the outer portions were embossed and the inside oval was left plain. Well, I could have left it like that and continued on, but I decided to go a step further and add the decorative oval design to the lipstick embossed layer too.

That was accomplished with the Frame-It set in which I placed the Lipstick card stock inside that embossing folder but this time I added a larger rectangle frame from the Oval set. After I had run it through the machine, I was thrilled to see only the decorative oval frame added to my Swiss Dots design.

I decided to use some Cheery Lynn oval dies then also to enhance the inside oval area. I stamped a jar of flowers from the Gina K. Designs Birthday Blessings set on white card stock and colored them in with Spectrum Noir Aqua markers and then layered that onto Gina K. Designs Black and Apple Green card stock. Those layered flowers then fit right inside the embossed oval frame.

The next step in making the card was to add this panel to more Black and Apple Green card stock before placing it on the main card base of Gina K. Designs Lemon Drop card stock. The finishing touch was the addition of a double ribbon bow of yellow and white polka dots and some yellow pearls on each of the flowers.

The Cheery Lynn Dies used are:
Oval Classics SM-7
Oval Inverted Scalloped XM-9

I chose more Spring colors for this card and even though it is very cold today I am still thinking Spring. I will add this to the Mix It Up Monday Challenge at Stamp TV too if I can get it to load up on their website. For some reason I have been having lots of difficulties doing so of late.

Thanks for stopping by and I wish you a wonderful rest of the week.

God bless,

Fluttering By

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