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Bloom From Your Wounds Handwritten Word Art Print About Healing by Jennifer Williamson
Bloom From Your Wounds Handwritten Word Art Print About Healing by Jennifer Williamson
Bloom From Your Wounds Handwritten Word Art Print About Healing by Jennifer Williamson
Bloom From Your Wounds Handwritten Word Art Print About Healing by Jennifer Williamson
Bloom From Your Wounds

Bloom From Your Wounds

$19.00

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You're allowed to bloom from your wounds, to make something new out of the pain, to give back differently. Do what you can, when you're ready. If you're ready, this print is here for you.

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  • Archival print of the original writing
  • Handwritten in black ink
  • Designed to delight on heavyweight, 100% cotton paper
  • Creamy white, smooth matte finish
  • Signed on the back
  • Unframed
  • Ships in a protective sleeve and 100% recycled rigid mailer
  • Ships in 1-3 business days. If you have a hard date you need your order by, please add a note to your order or email me for help!

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07/31/2019
Kasey

This helps me reflect

I put up the prints on my bedroom door and I see them when I leave in the morning, they help me set a good intention for the day. And I see them again as soon as I enter in the evenings while I greet my two dogs. This helps me reflect on how I moved through the day, what I learned, and how I showed up for myself and others in love (or not, and that's ok too). They bring me much peace, hope, encouragement, and allow me daily reflections in service of my growth.