Junk Necklace – Pretty PinkAll Things New JunkbyWolfe

Junk Necklace – Pretty Pink

All purchases on considergrace.com benefit victims and survivors of sex trafficking.

Upcycled from broken necklaces, keychains, beads, and earrings without a match.

30″ Chain, which hits just below the bottom of my sternum.

$35




Junk Necklace – Love LoveAll Things New JNLove1

Junk Necklace – Love Love

All purchases on considergrace.com benefit victims and survivors of sex trafficking.

Upcycled from broken necklaces, keychains, beads, and earrings without a match.

30″ Chain, which hits just below the bottom of my sternum.

$35





Custom-Made WallflowersAll Things New TPFlowersbyWolfe2

Custom-Made Wallflowers

All purchases on considergrace.com benefit victims of sex trafficking.

Upcycled from empty paper towel and bathroom tissue rolls.

One wallflower is 5″ x 5″.

$2 each.

I will send them as singles and let you arrange them as you please.  Just attach together with basic paste, such as Elmer’s or Tacky Glue.




Riches and Beauty {EP}Original Art CD1

Riches and Beauty {EP}

All purchases on considergrace.com benefit victims of sex trafficking.

Physical CD includes tracks Riches and Beauty {A New Name}, Be Praised, My Strength, Such Power in Your Name, and Leper’s Hymn.

{Digital download available here.}

$5

{+$2 shipping}




“Stars” VaseAll Things New StarsVase1

“Stars” Vase

All purchases on considergrace.com benefit victims and survivors of sex trafficking.

Upcycled from an old vase and tissue paper, handwritten with a quote from John Green’s novel The Fault in Our Stars.  ”I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once.”

9″ height

$25




Exodus VaseAll Things New StillVase1

Exodus Vase

All purchases on considergrace.com benefit victims and survivors of sex trafficking.

Upcycled from an old vase and tissue paper, handwritten with a quote from the book of Exodus.  “The Lord will fight for you.  You need only to be still.”

9″ height

$25




“Uncertainty of Change” VaseAll Things New Vase1

“Uncertainty of Change” Vase

All purchases on considergrace.com benefit victims and survivors of sex trafficking.

Upcycled from an old vase and tissue paper, handwritten with lines from my friend Lauralee Redmond’s poem Uncertainty of Change.

“How familiar are these
Dusty, black roads
Paved with nostalgia.

I feel the cool granite
Through my worn blue denim on my legs,
As I listened to distant chirps
Of birds conversing in the Aspen trees.
My untied shoelaces dangle high above
The red and pale-brown rocks.

Strange thoughts come to mind
As I sit here
And recall the distant past.
I used to wonder
What it would be like
To be all grown up.
I begin to realize,
The yield sign doesn’t take effect
On the path to growing up.

I imagine the gray and black
Clouds above,
Layered under a bright blue canvas,
Might spare some sage advice
About the difficulty with unpredictability.

The sharp gust of wind
Reminds me
Seasons always change.
How silly to think
Things would stay the same.
After all,
Leaves transform from green to gold,
Every passing year.”

9″ height

$25




Vase CollectionAll Things New VasesbyWolfe

Vase Collection

All purchases on considergrace.com benefit victims and survivors of sex trafficking.

Set of all three vases – “Stars” Vase, Exodus Vase, and “Uncertainty of Change” Vase.

Upcycled from old vases and tissue paper, handwritten with quotes from John Green’s novel The Fault in Our Stars, Laura Redmond’s poem Uncertainty of Change, and the book of Exodus.

9″ height

$70 for the set (save $5)




Paper CarnationsAll Things New PaperFlowers2

Paper Carnations

All purchases on considergrace.com benefit victims and survivors of sex trafficking.

Upcycled from wax paper and old hymnal pages. One set of five includes 2 large wax paper flowers, 2 small wax paper flowers, and 1 large hymnal page flower.

1.5″- 4″ diameter

$12 for set of five





Paper and Lace CansAll Things New PaperCansbyWolfe

Paper and Lace Cans

All purchases on considergrace.com benefit victims and survivors of sex trafficking.

Upcycled from tin cans, paper bags, and bits of lace.

Three sizes available.

Tuna can ($2)

Large can ($4)

Soup can ($4)


Size



About a little explanation

Bringing beauty to the world, hope to the broken, and light to the dark places…one creative endeavor at a time.  I’m Anna Joy, and I’m an artist, a singer, a writer.  This is my website where I [and some dear friends] can share all of the things I create.  And if you buy my art, you help rescue young people held in slavery.  Enjoy yourself.  Leave with hope.  Take a moment to consider grace.

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