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Clover
The author of these especially written words© wishes to remain anonymous.
The Uncial script in dark green ink follows the curves of the grasses swaying in the breeze.

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Come Rain Come Shine
Author: Angela M Smith©
The roundness of the green Uncial letters is perfect for the lines and curves of this layout.

Combining the wild flowers dandelions, periwinkles, forget-me-nots and grasses, watercolour has been used for this floral design.

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Love - Original artwork by Angela Smith

Love
The script has been lettered in the Fractur Gothic hand, a blending of angles and curves.

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May the Road Rise up to Meet You

May the Road Rise up to Meet You
The script has been lettered in the Uncial Hand

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Psalm 23

Psalm 23
The Script is in the Gothic Fractur Hand

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The Language of Love
The Carolingian script has been used for these words of love.

The verses are lettered in black ink with the title and capital letters in a crimson colour.
The pink wild roses, blue periwinkles and forget-me-nots are painted in watercolour.

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The Rose Family
Author Robert Frost
For this poem the Italic script has been chosen for its suitability and is lettered in in black ink.

A deep pink rose with buds is painted in watercolour to complement the words.

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The Serenity Prayer (with gold leaf)

The Serenity Prayer (with gold leaf)
The script has been lettered in the Uncial Hand

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The Serenity Prayer – with traditional artwork

The Serenity Prayer – with traditional artwork
The script has been lettered in the Uncial Hand

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To my Dear and Loving Husband - Original artwork by Angela Smith

To my Dear and Loving Husband
The script has been lettered in the Italic Hand

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