Monday, June 2, 2008

Created byhand Challenge - Wings


Sorry, this is another re-tread! I'm working on new rubber (oh, how clever... retread, more rubber - didja get it? huh?) - that's my excuse and I'm sticking to it!
I just love this quotation and would really love to do it as rubber, but I need to check out the attribute more thoroughly and potential copyright issues.... Email me if you have any insight!
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Happy creating! Suzanne

15 comments:

  1. beautiful ATC! love the wings!

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  2. I like this quote as well Suzanne. Very nice ATC.
    However am I missing something here. It's only monday and already we are on to Tuesdays challenge and my tag is half done and to be posted tonight. Seems this happens to me most weeks.

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  3. Wow this is fabulous.
    Amazing ATC.

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  4. wonderful!!! love those wings!

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  5. Gorgeous. Ill be definately having a go at this challenge!!!

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  6. So beautiful, both the art work and the quote.

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  7. What a fabulous card! I love the quote, and the artwork is beautiful!!

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  8. This is really nice, Suzanne!!

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  9. Yes, it is a beautiful verse...great ATC!

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  10. Hey Suzanne, greetings from the Port town. Thank you (and your team) for inspiring me to skip out of school for the afternoon and get creative!

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  11. Dear Suzanne,

    I love this quote, too. As with so many quotes, I've seen many "variations" on it, and different authors credited (including Barbara J. Winter)...

    My research led me to this poem called "Faith" by Patrick Overton:

    Faith

    When you walk to the edge of all the light you have
    and take that first step into the darkness of the unknown,
    you must believe that one of two things will happen:

    There will be something solid for you to stand upon,
    or, you will be taught how to fly

    © Patrick Overton
    The Leaning Tree, 1975
    Rebuilding the Front Porch of America, 1997

    You can contact the author via his website, patrickoverton.com

    Good luck!

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