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My creative reflections often travel into the deeper places of the heart where there has been pain, loss and deep wrestling with life's hurts. The sentiments also express the revelations birthed through the healing process. My hope is that each of these art cards will offer encouragement that you are not alone in the depth of your feelings and offer a way to express compassion for the healing journey. These small tokens of vulnerability are wonderful to enclose in a card to support a friend, as an addition to an altered book or scrapbook or to carry with you for a quiet moment of reflection.

This heartfelt art card print measures 2 1/2 x 3 1/2 inches and is a high quality, acid-free, soft-gloss print of an original collage work previously sold. Any embellishments appear very lifelike in the print but are a flat, one-dimentional reproduction. This print comes slipped inside a hard plastic, protective sleeve. If you are interested in purchasing several art card print designs from my Etsy store please see my "SPECIAL SET OF TEN for $34.99" listing!

If you would like this design in a greeting card see my listing for "ART CARD PRINT AS GREETING CARD". This print may also be purchased as a 5x7 enlargement. See all these listings in my Etsy store!

*The "Healing Expressions Copyright" shown in photographs will not appear on purchased art card print.

Meet the owner of HealingExpressions

Lani Kent

QUIET PATH altered art therapy recovery collage ATc ACeO PRINT


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