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Sunday, March 30, 2008

Robin Williams is right!

Ok, I know that this word art is seen everywhere right now, but it is with good reason! I think a lot of people get tired of winter and are more than ready for spring when it arrives. So...why not celebrate spring as one great big nature party?!? Besides, I made this word art a long time ago, so I might as well share it when I'm in the mood for a party!

Saturday, March 29, 2008

Laugh when you can...

This word art came in to me as a request. I love it! Since it was a long one, I kept it simple. Enjoy!

Saturday, March 22, 2008

Love's Un folding Dream

This is the last word art from the Love Comes Softly series. (Unless I do the books as well as the movies!) I hope you have enjoyed the series. I will have some papers soon to go with the word arts. They aren't fancy papers, mostly just soft, dusty kind of colors that evoke the turn of the last century and the frontier feel in the movies.

Sunday, March 16, 2008

Love's Unending Legacy

The next one in the wordart series. Lots of possibilities for this wordart.

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Love's Abiding Joy

To me, this title is truly what love is all about! If there is love, then joy is always somewhere nearby. Enjoy this one!

Friday, March 14, 2008

Love's Long Journey

The third wordart in the "Love comes softly" series. I could see this one being used on a lot of pages-- a major anniversary, graduation, or a special birthday. Or perhaps, just to celebrate the little things that have made your journeys with your loved ones more meaningful. Hope you enjoy it!

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Love Comes Softly

First in a series of word arts and papers based on the book and video series. The shows have been on the Hallmark channel, and the videos are available at Wal-Mart. If you haven't seen these, you may way to check them out, especially if you are looking for something you can watch with your children or grandchildren and not have to worry about the content. If you liked "Little House on the Prairie", you'll probably like these. (They are produced by Michael Landon, Jr.)

Sunday, March 2, 2008

Cheeseburger in Paradise

Ok, I was planning on starting up my "Love Comes Softly"series, but yesterday's snow really put me in a Jimmy Buffet mood! Could you guess that I can't wait for this winter to get over with? LOL! I really like this song, it's one of my favorite Jimmy Buffet songs. He used to have a place to eat in the Carribbean called "Cheeseburger in Paradise"--I went there once- does he still have it? No matter, I still love the song!

(I put a space inbetween the verse and the title so you can either keep them together or "cut" them apart.)

Saturday, March 1, 2008

I'm tired of snow!

I'm posting this Word Art today because I'm so tired of getting snow! Spring is three weeks away, but I want it NOW! This quote from Jimmy Buffet is great--reminds me of warm weather and summertime!


Well, I had a great Word Art today to put up, but Mediafire won't keep me logged in! I'll try again later today or tomorrow, and i f I still can't log in, I'll have to start a new file sharing account somewhere else. My links are all still good for my previous posts, so if you want to pick up my old offerings you can still get them. It's snowing (again!) today, and since it is March now, I'm getting tired of winter and I am anxious for spring. The wordart I was going to post today was perfect for my mood!

After I post my next wordart, I have a series of wordarts and some papers for you. Has anybody watched the "Love Comes Softly" series of movies? They are broadcast on Hallmark Channel and are out on DVD. So far they have aired 6 movies on TV and have put 5 movies on DVD. They are based on a series of books by Janette Oakes(?) Anyway, I've been working on a series of wordarts based on the titles of the movies, and also some soft papers based on some of the colors of the clothing in the movies. They take place in the late 1800's, early 1900's, when all the materials were natural (cotton, wool, linen) and the colors all are soft and gentle and look slightly worn. They aren't fancy papers, but I think they would be nice to have.

Anyway, I'll keep trying to get my wordart up, even if I do have to start an account with another place. I know all of them have trouble at sometime or another. I just hope this one doesn't last too long!