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Faith Printable – Free

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Faith Printable – Easy DIY Download
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Create in me a clean heart, O God,
and renew a right spirit within me.
Cast me not away from your presence,
and take not your Holy Spirit from me.
Restore unto me the joy of your salvation,
and uphold me with your free Spirit.

April's Printable
April’s Printable 300×450 – sample

Psalm 51 – Prayer for Cleansing and Pardon – To the leader. A Psalm of David, when the prophet Nathan came to him, after he had gone in to Bathsheba.

Poetic Pastries free gift to you …

8×10 printable or download #art4faith

(personal use only, please) ENJOY and God bless!

Digital Download – Aviation

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NEW ART for Kids’ Rooms or Fliers
Into the Blue – Aviators Pack – Bold and bright downloadable suited for wall art, cards, banners etc – for those youngsters or young at heart who love to fly. But you don’t have to be a pilot to enjoy these daredevils of days gone by.

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Shown as full size poster print with all barnstormers in flight.

  • Electronic High Quality DPI – PDF
  • DIGITAL DOWNLOADS Customize With Any Photo Editor, Printable Hi-Resolution Art File
    DIY Adorn your closet’s fashion accessories, shirts etc. – Printable for interior design, wall art and home decor – Stationery needs, invitations, cards, decorations etc
    KEYWORD aviation
    PRINT OPTIONS Personal printer Vinyl printing machines Upload capable to Walgreens, UPS, Walmart, Zazzle, CafePress, Society6 and Threadless etc
    USEAGE No resale please. Designed for personal use, with allowances for marketing/branding; customization i.e. diy/editable If you need assistance; please inquire, Thank You
  • Pre-Mades available for those not wishing to DIY

More options for how to use shown below:

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How to Use Digital Download (Printables)

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Downloads are art designs created specifically to be uploaded to your selected photo or print shop; to create large scale art work or to place on products. The most popular sizing is 11 x14, but great news, you can go larger or smaller! With Poetic Pastries downloaded wall art, you can print notecards to banners with ease. How is this possible? By using lossless vectorization, the SVG format brings clarity at all levels.

Non-Vectored art is by special order and is painted in house. Any work seen in our gallery can be created for you, as well as commissioned work.  Contact the studio and we will be pleased to assist.

EPS files can be delivered if needed but are not offered as standard unless listed

PDF files are used for delivering your “printable’. A printable should be considered best printed at no larger than 8×10. Poetic Pastries printable wall art is designed with the main idea that you will be using your home printer.

SVGs represent the Studio’s vectored art, which is used to deliver our downloadable art. Designs can be scaled up or down in size without loss of quality.

All digital art will  require you to click on a link from your computer to obtain your purchase – from our system, files will be transferred to you. You can save on desktop, document file etc. the choice is yours.

Most often, instantaneous delivery occurs – if not, an email will be provided to you with a link to the download page within approximately 15 minutes of payment clearing, depending on the store’s volume. If you didn’t get the email, follow the directions on your purchase confirmation to go to the download page. Or contact the Studio and our team will validate your payment and email the files, if you have problems with downloading.

Please check your computer’s ability to open zipped file folders before buying pack items. If your computer is unable to open zipped file folders, you will be unable to use your purchase if you selected an art pack.

You can now print as many copies as you like for your OWN PERSONAL USE – but no commercial use is allowed unless you have bought a design license.  At home or at your local office supply shop you can print the files or upload them to a print and ship website (POD like Wal-Mart, Walgreens, Costco, Poetic Pastries Zazzle,  etc)

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Printable Wall Art Terms

• Listings are for a digital art designs – no physical items will be transferred.
• Digital products are not returnable or exchangeable.
• Customization or personalization requests Contact Us
• Colors vary due to monitor and printer settings. Hex Decimal and tonal stats can be provided if needed Read More
• All Poetic Pastries Studio art is for personal home or office use. No commercial resale is authorized. Should you wish to inquire about licensing please email our  Marketing Manager,  Abigail.

One of Us – Wall Art

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Poetic Pastries whimsical illustration artwork prints and posters – watercolors, sketches, oil, digital, your choice! Wall art helps those blank partitions evolve into a personable existence. Prints from rising and established artists hail from Poetic Pastries and  the Creative Alliance.

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Art Archives of Poetic Pastries

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“What keeps my heart awake is colorful silence.”
― Claude Monet

“Every artist was first an amateur.”
― Ralph Waldo Emerson

“The job of the artist is always to deepen the mystery.”
― Francis Bacon

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“Every artist dips his brush in his own soul, and paints his own nature into his pictures.”
― Henry Ward Beecher

“I would like to paint the way a bird sings.”
― Claude Monet

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Rev. Snyder Visits The Little Sprout

At times, I have to do some errands for the Gracious Mistress of the Parsonage. It’s not that I like to do these errands, but I have learned this is one secret to getting along with her.

The errand she had for me was to go to the Mall and pick up something she had ordered. In my own way I tried to finagle out of that errand, but the more I finagled the more insistent she was. So, I decided to finagle no more.

As the pop song says, “I have a million reasons not to go, give me one reason to go.” I tried to play this on her and her response was, “Because I asked you to.”

You just cannot get any better than that. I know, because I have tried.

Since I do not go to the mall that often, I thought I would stop in at a coffee shop and have myself a cup of coffee and just chill out a little. Taking my coffee out in the main area of the mall, I sat in one of the lounge chairs and watched the people go by.

As a young person, my favorite author was Ernest Hemingway. In one of his books he says that the important thing for a writer is to, “listen, listen, listen.” I tried to practice that throughout my life so I thought here at the mall would be a good opportunity to do just that.

It was rather noisy, but I tried my best to listen. Some of the things I heard I wished I would not have heard, but that is the price you pay for listening.

In my situation, I could not hear much of a conversation, but the little that I did hear I tried to figure out what they were trying to say. I know I got some things wrong, but I laughed very discreetly at some things I heard.

Halfway through my coffee something struck me that I never thought of before.

So many young people and children were racing through the mall. I did not know there were that many children on planet Earth. They were running and laughing and whatever else they could think of.

I just sat back and watched. I tried to listen, but there was so much noise I really could not listen so I watched. Here these young people were having the time of their life. They were laughing and joking among themselves and just having a good time.

Occasionally I caught the joke and laughed to myself, but most of the jokes I did not understand. I guess that has to do with an age difference.

It was right after Halloween and so a lot of the gibberish in the mall had to do with the Halloween spirit. I thought several were dressed for Halloween, but realized that that is exactly what they wear every day.

I saw one young girl wearing blue jeans with so many holes that they really lack purpose. I was later to find out that you buy these blue jeans with all the holes in them. Moreover, the more holes they have, the more expensive they are.

When I was young I had blue jeans with lots of holes, but I earned every one of those holes.

My spirits were beginning to rise and I was enjoying my visit in the mall. Do not let that get out, I do not want anybody to know I was having a good time, particularly, you know who.

It seemed the more I watched, the more young people and children flooded the mall. And, the laughter rang from one end of the mall to the other with me in between.

As I was enjoying this little episode, a thought snuck into my mind. I must confess that it is a rare occasion when a thought actually comes to my mind. This time a thought did come to my mind.

What I wanted to know was, why were all of these kids happy? Why were they having so much fun?

Don’t they know how miserable the world is today? Don’t they know how sad and horrific things are on the outside? The hatred, the anger, the putrefaction of the world as we know it.

Quickly my smile turned upside down and I frowned.

It then came to me. These kids in the mall having a wonderful time were not all caught up with what is going on out in the world. Their world is a world of fun and excitement. It is only the “old geezers” that know about all of the terrible things going on in the world. The young only see the good.

In pondering this, I asked myself a very serious question. Why in the world did I grow up?

Why couldn’t I have stayed young and naïve and only focused on having a good time? If I had stayed young, I probably would not be so depressed by everything that is going on “out in the world.”

In pondering this, I thought of what David once said. “I have been young, and now am old; yet have I not seen the righteous forsaken, nor his seed begging bread” (Psalms 37:25).

I can appreciate what these young people see, but they really cannot appreciate what I have seen through the years. That is simplyArticle Search, God always takes care of his people.

Guest Article; Rev. James L. Snyder is pastor of the Family of God Fellowship. He lives with his wife in Silver Springs Shores. Call him at 1-866-552-2543 or e-mail jamessnyder2@att.net. His web site is www.jamessnyderministries.com 

The Muse’s Children’s Tale > The Little Sprout

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