Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Psalm 121

Psalm 121 holds a special place in my heart. It has brought me a lot of comfort this year. Me and the kids have worked on memorizing it. We thought it would be fun to each make a canvas to hang in our rooms to remind us of the verses and their importance. So today I am sharing our canvases with you. :)


Austin said he made a concert scene, and imagined the verses as a song. Apparently it was a big production with fire and fireworks. :)


Hayden choose to go a bit more simple and created some hills and a sun.

And now we come to mine:

I fancied myself a painter.
Then I fancied myself a paper crafter.
Then I fancied myself a sewer. (I'd say seamstress but that makes me think of sewing clothes...not sure what the real technical term would be for one who sews).
And I guess, in a way, I fancied myself an artist. :)

Here are some close up's:

The paper I used came from Crate Paper and My Mind's Eye. And there are no real techniques or anything on the background...I just had fun painting it.

So that was our little fun project for the weekend. Last night we actually made some magnets, but I will share those with you soon. :)

Have an AWESOME day!!!


Janine Rachau said...

I love all of them!!!

Sandi said...

What a great project for the kids! I love that psalm also! Just gorgeous!!!

Amy Coose said...

I just love this project! Tfs!

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

These are ALL AWESOME!!! I loveeeeeee that you all made something from a verse that means so much to you! :):):):):):):):):)

jamie said...

your canvas is fabulous.
love that psalm so much.
beautiful work!

Lynn said...

Wow!!! What a talented bunch you are and they come from the heart. I love that psalm too, its been in my devotion guide the last month. Hugs and prayers!

Connie said...

yes I think you can call yourself an artist~fabulous work Pamela!!!

lisa dickinson said...

such a great idea! i love how your canvases showcases your unique personalities and traits :)

nancy said...

What a meaningful project. Great idea!

Anonymous said...

What a great project! And that's very cool that you did it with your kids. Becca :)

Sarah Webb said...

Awesome! I love creating with my kids too!

Christa said...

What a great project! Love getting kids' interpretation on these things!

Carmen said...

All them are awesome Pamela!

Zoey and the furballs (the Zoo Crew) said...

What amazing and inspiring projects! Such a great way to mix faith with crafting.