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Jennifer is an artist living in rural Nebraska with her US Army veteran husband. She loves to create and seeks to reflect the beauty of Christ and encourage others in meaningful, beautiful ways. You can find her and see more of her art on Studio JRU.

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  1. I LOVE THIS, JENNIFER!! It’s not that hard and it’s so joyful! I’m looking for crafts to do with an adult group of ladies…and I think this will bring out the kid in all of us. Thank you!! 🙂

  2. Jennifer, great idea – and beautiful paper that you used! We did something similar at a recent women’s event – I like your addition of the stamping of the word “rejoice” – also like the wooden dowels. Thx!

  3. Love, love, love these Jen! Easy to make and charming to boot. I think I’m gonna make some for my (in)RL tea. Thank you friend!

  4. This is such a cute idea. I might make some of these for my daughter’s nursery!

  5. These are beautiful!! I love them and hope to find time to make a few! Thanks for sharing this fun project 🙂

  6. Those are so cute! I have some leftover scrapbooking paper on hand, and this would be a cute way to use it.

  7. Jennifer, I
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    I have been working on a pinwheel project too! Great minds think alike! You and I are always on the same wavelength!

    Rejoice in the Lord ALWAYS! Again and again!! Happy Easter!

  8. Hi Jennifer,
    I saw this streaming over on the Blogfrog and just had to come see how easy these are to make. I would consider doing this with some older kids in a Children’s church session. And I must tell you that now I have this song in my heart:

    ♪♪♫♫ Rejoice in the Lord always, and again I say rejoice! ♪♫♪

    Thanks for that! Blessings and have a wonderful Easter!

    • I think that would be a great project in a children’s church session Pamela! It is a great song to have in your heart! Happy Easter!

  9. Just finished a set for my 25 yr. old daughter\’s birthday. They will be on my blog on Friday. LOVE these! Plan to make more with other words on them like, faith, hope, trust for a friend who struggles with anxiety. So many possibilities, God bless!