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Friday, September 30, 2011

Be-Attitudes Faith Blog Hop


Welcome to the Be-Attitudes Faith Blog Hop!  Every month we choose a theme with which to honor Christ and become closer to Him.  We then create a project to reflect that theme and boldly post it on our blogs so that the whole world sees that even our talents belong to Him! This month we have chosen the Beatitudes found on Mathew 5:3:12 and we invite you to hop through our blogs to see the Lord’s Glory manifested through the work of our hands and the stories He has written in our lives.  If you arrived from (blog before yours)’s blog, you are in the right place.  If you just happened to land here, make sure that you hop on over to My Paper Tree House  to begin the journey.  Know that we have been praying for you and hope that the Lord would bring you just a bit closer to Himself…

My project for this month is inspired by a creation I found on Grace's blog at Th-INK-ing of You.  She has some of the most beautiful creations.  I created this basket to hold the verses of the Be-Attitudes.  When I was growing up, my Mom made sure I we learned these scriptures.  I want to pass that legacy on to my children.  So, we're going to start here.  I hope you enjoy my project. 






There is no greater gift than that of accepting the gift of Christ, but we would like to bless a hopper with a blog banner and button from Shabby Vanity. 

To qualify, like Paper Tree House Studio in Facebook, become a follower of their blog, and leave a comment.  Those that choose to participate by creating a project that follows the theme will have a greater chance of winning, so make sure that you create something or share your own story in your blog to then come back and share with us your creation and thoughts. 

Hop on over to Zeni’s blog to continue in this journey…  May you be filled with the “Be-Attitudes” this week.


Happy scrappin'!  I love you and there is nothing you can do about it!

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10 comments:

Carolyn Phillips said...

Brilliant idea for learning scripture.

THE HOOSIER STAMPER said...

Wonderful project!

Monique Barr said...

Love this so much. I have to make one at least try to. Great job

Scrappy Zeni said...

This is an adorable way to have the kids memorize the scriptures! thank you for sharing!

Vicki said...

Christel, this is such a great idea and considering the move and all you could relate each one to situations you are in..Great way to teach them how to cope with adversity and change..

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Melissa said...

Very nicely done!!

SueNJ said...

This is an amazing idea and I might have to make one for our dinner table (when we are all together). Thanks so much for sharing this great project.

Wishing you many blessings,

Sue B
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Nitasha said...

This is gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing your talent with us!

bartlettpair said...

Uber great idea!!! That is such a super gift idea!!! You did a super great job!! THanks for allowing me to glean from you:) Huge hugs and blessings!!!

Jana said...

Ooohhh! I like that little basket full of love! What a cute and clever idea! I think I will scraplift that one too! I am "borrowing" a lot of inspiration tonight. Not just projects but from each blog I have visited. I think God put you all in my life at just the right time :)
blessings,
jana
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