[Beginning next week, I will be featuring your yes stories every Wednesday. Please continue to link up helpful links that work for you. I hope it’s a yes or two.]
And create something new and beautiful.
#yesinmymess #rhinestoneJesus #releasestomorrow #!!!!!
What a fun idea! My daughter will love this. Thanks for the link up. I have shared a recipe for 5 min dairy free strawberry ice cream and a post on essential oils: Are they safe to ingest?
Have a wonderful week!
Janine @ My Lamp is Full
Love that and it is so cool that even the younger ones can help with it. Makes it a very special piece! Thanks so much for hosting.
Lea S. says
Wow, what a neat idea. I am not crafty enough to make it I think, but it sure looks super cool. However, what is it a “yes” to?
I wrote a book about saying yes to God. It releases tomorrow! https://wearethatfamily.com/rhinestone-jesus/
Love the artwork & the idea. Thanks for sharing and for hosting #wfmw.
I’ve pinned the string art…love this idea with the kiddos!
Thanks for hosting the party! I never miss it. I would love it if you would stop our party and share. http://loulougirls.blogspot.com/
Happy Wednesday! Lou Lou Girls
Jillian Hudson says
Thanks for hosting! I shared my hummus bites which are great vegan and allergy-friendly appetizers. I also shared my super fresh “can’t wait for summer” gazpacho smoothie—a savory swap out for fruity smoothies.
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Oh my goodness! So fun! I love the yes in the mess. 😉 Definitely want to try this. Thanks for the idea!
And thanks so much for hosting the link party! This week I linked up my post, “Why Women are DITCHING the PILL for F.A.M.” It has really important information that I wish all women knew!
Keri Jones says
This is brilliant! 🙂 x
Tanya Johnson says
I’ve been quietly following your site for years. I love your heart for Jesus! Thank you for being so transparent and sharing your heart with the world.
I’m a busy Momma of 4 little women and married to a Pastor.
My question is…..I wondered if you could break down a quick tutorial on how you created the “Yes” sign. I’m in charge of crafts at our VBS and we are definitely making them (on a smaller scale) with the kids! The craft seems pretty self explanatory. I’m wondering what type of string you used (regular yarn?) Also, did you tie off the string somehow or make loops of string before hand?
Thank you for any help you can provide!
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tracy wright says
What type of wood did you use?