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HOPE butterfly ornament

NameJohnna Hafich

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I am extremely fond of  homemade ornaments.   My Christmas tree gets decked out in only homemade ornaments... more than a couple hundred.   Most of my adult years  have had homemade ornament exchanges.  This past year was my first in Texas and was Asian added at the variety and skill.  So yesterday I was challenged to make an ornament a day.   Probably won't do that but since I was harboring a fugitive 3 year old today, the creativity had to be quick.  My sister is again fighting cancer. For the first year of treatment and her 6 years of remission she adopted the butterfly as her symbol of HOPE.  Her HOPE has always remained in Jesus  even as she is today stage 4 terminal.   I literally had the supplies for this ornament laying out in my crafting room and they became a butterfly.   Scrapbook paper scraps, burlap scrap, buttons and wire is all it took.   Jo this one's for you!

"For in this HOPE we were saved; but HOPE that is seen is no HOPE at all. Who HOPEs for what he can already see? But if we HOPE for what we do not yet see, we wait for it patiently.  In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know how we ought to pray, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groans too deep for words." Romans 8:24-26

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Submission TitleHOPE

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HOPE butterfly ornament

NameJohnna Hafich

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I am extremely fond of  homemade ornaments.   My Christmas tree gets decked out in only homemade ornaments... more than a couple hundred.   Most of my adult years  have had homemade ornament exchanges.  This past year was my first in Texas and was Asian added at the variety and skill.  So yesterday I was challenged to make an ornament a day.   Probably won't do that but since I was harboring a fugitive 3 year old today, the creativity had to be quick.  My sister is again fighting cancer. For the first year of treatment and her 6 years of remission she adopted the butterfly as her symbol of HOPE.  Her HOPE has always remained in Jesus  even as she is today stage 4 terminal.   I literally had the supplies for this ornament laying out in my crafting room and they became a butterfly.   Scrapbook paper scraps, burlap scrap, buttons and wire is all it took.   Jo this one's for you!

"For in this HOPE we were saved; but HOPE that is seen is no HOPE at all. Who HOPEs for what he can already see? But if we HOPE for what we do not yet see, we wait for it patiently.  In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know how we ought to pray, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groans too deep for words." Romans 8:24-26

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Submission TitleHOPE

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HOPE butterfly ornament

NameJohnna Hafich

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I am extremely fond of  homemade ornaments.   My Christmas tree gets decked out in only homemade ornaments... more than a couple hundred.   Most of my adult years  have had homemade ornament exchanges.  This past year was my first in Texas and was Asian added at the variety and skill.  So yesterday I was challenged to make an ornament a day.   Probably won't do that but since I was harboring a fugitive 3 year old today, the creativity had to be quick.  My sister is again fighting cancer. For the first year of treatment and her 6 years of remission she adopted the butterfly as her symbol of HOPE.  Her HOPE has always remained in Jesus  even as she is today stage 4 terminal.   I literally had the supplies for this ornament laying out in my crafting room and they became a butterfly.   Scrapbook paper scraps, burlap scrap, buttons and wire is all it took.   Jo this one's for you!

"For in this HOPE we were saved; but HOPE that is seen is no HOPE at all. Who HOPEs for what he can already see? But if we HOPE for what we do not yet see, we wait for it patiently.  In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know how we ought to pray, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groans too deep for words." Romans 8:24-26

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Submission TitleHOPE

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HOPE butterfly ornament

NameJohnna Hafich

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I am extremely fond of  homemade ornaments.   My Christmas tree gets decked out in only homemade ornaments... more than a couple hundred.   Most of my adult years  have had homemade ornament exchanges.  This past year was my first in Texas and was Asian added at the variety and skill.  So yesterday I was challenged to make an ornament a day.   Probably won't do that but since I was harboring a fugitive 3 year old today, the creativity had to be quick.  My sister is again fighting cancer. For the first year of treatment and her 6 years of remission she adopted the butterfly as her symbol of HOPE.  Her HOPE has always remained in Jesus  even as she is today stage 4 terminal.   I literally had the supplies for this ornament laying out in my crafting room and they became a butterfly.   Scrapbook paper scraps, burlap scrap, buttons and wire is all it took.   Jo this one's for you!

"For in this HOPE we were saved; but HOPE that is seen is no HOPE at all. Who HOPEs for what he can already see? But if we HOPE for what we do not yet see, we wait for it patiently.  In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know how we ought to pray, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groans too deep for words." Romans 8:24-26

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Submission TitleHOPE

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HOPE butterfly ornament

NameJohnna Hafich

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I am extremely fond of  homemade ornaments.   My Christmas tree gets decked out in only homemade ornaments... more than a couple hundred.   Most of my adult years  have had homemade ornament exchanges.  This past year was my first in Texas and was Asian added at the variety and skill.  So yesterday I was challenged to make an ornament a day.   Probably won't do that but since I was harboring a fugitive 3 year old today, the creativity had to be quick.  My sister is again fighting cancer. For the first year of treatment and her 6 years of remission she adopted the butterfly as her symbol of HOPE.  Her HOPE has always remained in Jesus  even as she is today stage 4 terminal.   I literally had the supplies for this ornament laying out in my crafting room and they became a butterfly.   Scrapbook paper scraps, burlap scrap, buttons and wire is all it took.   Jo this one's for you!

"For in this HOPE we were saved; but HOPE that is seen is no HOPE at all. Who HOPEs for what he can already see? But if we HOPE for what we do not yet see, we wait for it patiently.  In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know how we ought to pray, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groans too deep for words." Romans 8:24-26

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Submission TitleHOPE

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HOPE butterfly ornament

NameJohnna Hafich

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I am extremely fond of  homemade ornaments.   My Christmas tree gets decked out in only homemade ornaments... more than a couple hundred.   Most of my adult years  have had homemade ornament exchanges.  This past year was my first in Texas and was Asian added at the variety and skill.  So yesterday I was challenged to make an ornament a day.   Probably won't do that but since I was harboring a fugitive 3 year old today, the creativity had to be quick.  My sister is again fighting cancer. For the first year of treatment and her 6 years of remission she adopted the butterfly as her symbol of HOPE.  Her HOPE has always remained in Jesus  even as she is today stage 4 terminal.   I literally had the supplies for this ornament laying out in my crafting room and they became a butterfly.   Scrapbook paper scraps, burlap scrap, buttons and wire is all it took.   Jo this one's for you!

"For in this HOPE we were saved; but HOPE that is seen is no HOPE at all. Who HOPEs for what he can already see? But if we HOPE for what we do not yet see, we wait for it patiently.  In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know how we ought to pray, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groans too deep for words." Romans 8:24-26

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Submission TitleHOPE

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HOPE butterfly ornament

NameJohnna Hafich

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I am extremely fond of  homemade ornaments.   My Christmas tree gets decked out in only homemade ornaments... more than a couple hundred.   Most of my adult years  have had homemade ornament exchanges.  This past year was my first in Texas and was Asian added at the variety and skill.  So yesterday I was challenged to make an ornament a day.   Probably won't do that but since I was harboring a fugitive 3 year old today, the creativity had to be quick.  My sister is again fighting cancer. For the first year of treatment and her 6 years of remission she adopted the butterfly as her symbol of HOPE.  Her HOPE has always remained in Jesus  even as she is today stage 4 terminal.   I literally had the supplies for this ornament laying out in my crafting room and they became a butterfly.   Scrapbook paper scraps, burlap scrap, buttons and wire is all it took.   Jo this one's for you!

"For in this HOPE we were saved; but HOPE that is seen is no HOPE at all. Who HOPEs for what he can already see? But if we HOPE for what we do not yet see, we wait for it patiently.  In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know how we ought to pray, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groans too deep for words." Romans 8:24-26

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Submission TitleHOPE

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HOPE butterfly ornament

NameJohnna Hafich

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I am extremely fond of  homemade ornaments.   My Christmas tree gets decked out in only homemade ornaments... more than a couple hundred.   Most of my adult years  have had homemade ornament exchanges.  This past year was my first in Texas and was Asian added at the variety and skill.  So yesterday I was challenged to make an ornament a day.   Probably won't do that but since I was harboring a fugitive 3 year old today, the creativity had to be quick.  My sister is again fighting cancer. For the first year of treatment and her 6 years of remission she adopted the butterfly as her symbol of HOPE.  Her HOPE has always remained in Jesus  even as she is today stage 4 terminal.   I literally had the supplies for this ornament laying out in my crafting room and they became a butterfly.   Scrapbook paper scraps, burlap scrap, buttons and wire is all it took.   Jo this one's for you!

"For in this HOPE we were saved; but HOPE that is seen is no HOPE at all. Who HOPEs for what he can already see? But if we HOPE for what we do not yet see, we wait for it patiently.  In the same way, the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know how we ought to pray, but the Spirit Himself intercedes for us with groans too deep for words." Romans 8:24-26

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