If you're a long time reader of Elefantz you'll know that I get my greatest joy from bringing Scriptures to life in needle and thread.
This is the first one for 2015, and it was inspired by my desire to keep a record of all the Domestic Reflections I share with you each Sunday on the blog over the coming year.
Isaiah 40:8 "...the word of our God shall stand forever."
This is a free stitchery pattern during the month of January...
...and you're welcome to download it HERE from my shop.
It's only small so will stitch up fairly quickly at just 3" x 4".
I don't know how you will use your stitchery when you make it, but mine is gracing the cover of a small A6 spiral bound journal with blank pages. Mr E found it for me at Officeworks for just $2, and it was perfect for my needs.
On the first page I drew the month and a little design...
Then I printed up a small copy of the first Domestic Reflection I shared last Sunday (Proverbs 31:13) and used double sided tape to secure it on the next page...
I will write my personal thoughts under the Scripture too, as this will be one way of remembering what God is teaching me in Scripture through...
If you'd like to do something similar I will be sharing a complimentary pdf download of each Sunday's Domestic Reflection that you can print up and use.
It will have a small copy for a project like my Memory Verse Journal, as well as a full page version you may like to display in a frame or keep on your fridge.
By year's end we'll have 52 verses memorised!
You can download last Sunday's file HERE (it's not in my shop), and if you think either the stitchery or the print out will encourage a friend please invite them to drop over here to my blog as I'll be sharing more Christian themed designs throughout the year.
Have a lovely and relaxing weekend,and don't forget to look at your home with fresh eyes as you never know what wonderful ideas will spring to mind!
I'll be back on Sunday with a new Domestic Reflection, then we'll be in the kitchen for a look see at what I've doing with my pantry on Monday,