Monday, November 25, 2013

Thank you God for

I was just sitting down thinking about what I was thankful for and I start going down the alphabet and thought why not type it and put it on a card.  This is my inspiration for a challenge at Scraps of Color using a Robert Jackson digital.  This digi reminds me of those days when you prayed when you woke up, at breakfast, lunch and dinner AND you better not close those eyes and get to bed before you thank the Lord for another day.  I am most thankful for my upbringing.  Not a perfect child, but a child whose family believed in Quality Time.  I love those talks and walks and family gatherings for every occasion. 

Entering in the following challenges:

Scraps of Color – Thanks/Thankful/Thanksgiving

Word Art Wednesday – Anything Goes #107 Anything Goes Uplifting and Encouraging

Digi Haven – We Give Thanks

The Pink Elephant - Be Thankful TPE 227 


  1. Princess,
    I also like to open my eyes and say good morning and Bless the Lord, I always stopped at 3 pm and read Psalm 103, amongst other times. Your card is really a wonderful tribute to the blessings we all live under. Some of us acknowledge it. Thank you for sharing this amazing artwork with us. Remember up to five AG Family friendly projects can be posted.
    Carole Robb Bisson
    Word Art Wednesday

  2. What a beautiful way to showcase the things you are thankful for! That will serve as a gentle reminder for you in those moments when you are feeling a little down.

  3. Beautiful card and I love your idea for the ABC's thankful list! Thank you for sharing this with us at Digi Haven!

  4. Beautiful card and beautiful message! Thanks so much for sharing your talents with us at Word Art Wednesday and look forward to seeing more of your lovely creations again soon. Have a blessed week! Laura

  5. Very sweet card! Love the little girl praying.

    Thanks for playing in the Pink Elephant Challenge!



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