Thursday, September 20, 2012

Scipture pictures

It's been on my heart lately to have our home filled with Scripture and meaning. Monet and his artistic compadres (yes, I'm mixing my countries) are wonderful  but his works just don't means as much to me as these do:

 They are abstract creations which are displayed in our dining room.

And it's hard to beat hand-drawn masterpieces done by your very own talented sister (you can commission her to do one of your family).
Even the best artistic photos can't compete with photographs taken by yourself or a family member of people and place you know and love.

So I took some time to repurpose some picture frames and fill them with meaning. Mixing in Scripture was a priority and I came up with these cards to mix into the arrangements (I used the NIV version of the Bible (except I used "returning" instead of "repentance" for the Isaiah Scripture) and I got the images here.):

And here's how they look on our walls:

How have you mixed in meaning within your home? What is your favorite piece?
photo credit
Making it Count: I want these posts to be filled with the worthy, the important, the significant. One of the ways I'll do this is by posting about a social justice issue. Up this week: tomatoes. Or rather, the people who pick them. Click here to find a super simple, super quick way you can help end modern day slavery in Florida's tomato fields.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great post, I admire the writing style :) A little off topic here but what theme are you using? Looks pretty cool.