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Gorguss Tick Tock Project...and the reason behind my projects

Hi friends, 
I am so very thrilled to be able to share my work with like-minded crafty friends, artists, and the like. 
Much of what we do brings meaning to our every day lives, and for me, it goes a little deeper.
My true hope is that every item I gift bring along with itself a feeling of love, encouragement, and a reminder to take the time to appreciate the little details that make each of us uniquely made by God.
My message with this is :

We are a Blessing to others when we Commit to God 
ALL that we are. 

Live for Him, and God will provide you with a sense of fulfillment in all that you do. 

Live for God, and He will surround you with inspiration.

Live for God, and each minute you dedicate to seeking Him will be a moment well spent.

Isaiah 40:31 says:
...but those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint...

What a wonderful promise from up high. I hope to rest in the promises of God in my daily walk, and in turn, inspire others to never give up, regardless of circumstances that may have shaped them, or affected them in any way...

This is the reason I can appreciate paper arts. There is something that happens when we convey love in a tangible way, It helps others remember a moment in which they have felt loved, and little images, little details, however small, can add up to make a positive impact in the lives of others. 

I try not to take these little moments for granted, rather, make the most of them. After all, they add up to be expressions of my thoughts toward others. 

Isn't it good to fill your mind with positive thoughts, and your life with actions that mimic what you're thinking?

For me, it is an ongoing goal. 

You are special, made by God. His love for you is eternal and has no end.

May your day be surrounded by moments that remind you of your uniqueness in God. 
Be inspired, Be blessed


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