Scripture Art

My husband and I got married a few months ago, but really haven’t put much up on our walls yet. I’m working on a gallery wall of mostly wedding pictures for our living room (more on that later), but we’ve also been looking for a way to display our faith in some way. I’d been thinking about putting some crosses on a wall, but then I saw this when I was looking around on pinterest, and loved the idea of making prints like this one and of several other of our favorite verses. We chose:

Psalm 126:3Proverbs 3:5
Ephesians 2:8
Philippians 4:13Joshua 24:15

I whipped these up in adobe illustrator this afternoon, printed them on some nice linen cardstock we have left over from making wedding invitations, and went out and got some black 8″x8″ frames to put them in. There’s a column in a very prominent part of our house that’s about 10.5″ wide, and now we have the first four of these lined up there. I love the block font for the verse in its little square with the wide white border and the verse reference in the script font sticking into that white border. I love the single red word in each print – they’re one of the first things you notice when you walk in our front door. I love that the red, black, and white fit in so well with everything else in our kitchen and living room. The husband and I are looking forward to making new ones with other verses in the future and switching them out.

I can’t wait until we have people over again and get to show them off 🙂

-Julia

Please note: you’re welcome to use these images (not for profit), but if you do please let me know!

I shared this at Fireflies and Jellybeans, Its Sew Stinkin’ Cute, The Shabby Chic Cottage, and Somewhat Simple.

11 thoughts on “Scripture Art

  1. SOOO love these. THANKS for sharing!

    I’m going to print them for use at home and in office. The Philippians passage is not “enlargeable.” Do you have that in larger format?

  2. I love these and am printing them to use in my kids’ room. The only problem is the Phil 4:13 file — do you have a copy that I can enlarge like the other ones?

  3. What a simple yet ingenious idea! I plan on using them for our home as well. I know it’s been three years-ish so Happy Anniversary

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