Wednesday, July 29, 2015

No Line Hydrangea - Word Art Wednesday #194

Hello Delightful Friends and Family!
We've got a heat wave going on here in northern California, I know it's summer and heat is always a possibility (lol) but living so close to the ocean this kind of heat is rare for us! Air conditioning is something you only find in a car so to get some relief last night I opened up the windows and the backdoor, pulled back the drapes and set out a big fan in front of the window to get some fresh air circulating in the living room.  Finally a little relief and a happy husband!
The heat and work is keeping me out of the craft room but I do have a card to share for our Word Art Wednesday (Anything Goes - Family Friendly) #194 Challenge! A new (to me) technique to share with you - no line coloring (or almost no lines coloring!).

The stamp I've used is from CC Designs (Hydrangea) and the Distress Inks used were: Seedless grape, Peeled Paint, Twisted Citron, Fired Brick. I've stamped with Antique Linen and used a water brush and water color paper both by Ranger.

Here is the free digi art available at Word Art Wednesday this week, you don't have to use it to play along but it's great if you do!

I just wanted  to share a little about the above verse:

This verse in the Book of Job shows how Job came to the realization that he personally did not know the answers to the questions that came up during his difficult season of life but God did.  Everything is filtered through the loving hands of God, even the tough times. Sometimes that can be difficult to accept and it can be very difficult to admit that our every thought is exposed before the Lord of glory.How humbling is that!  Those last chapters of Job show God's faithfulness in restoration and if you are needing a touch from the Lord, perhaps restoration in your life,  I would like to encourage you to turn to the Lord Jesus Christ and receive His free gift of salvation first off and then learn to trust the Living God and get to know Him in a personal way by reading God's love letter to us called the Bible.

Well, that's it for me, hope you'll check out the challenge at Word Art Wednesday and see the fun sponsors and prizes!

Thanks for visiting!


1 comment:

  1. Oh Natalie, what a beautiful card, but even more beautiful call to salvation. Thank you so much for shining His light in this dark world...