Phillipians 3:14

I press on toward the goal for the prize of the upward call of God in Christ Jesus.

Friday, May 4, 2012

Blog Hop!


OK...this is my first EVER blog hop so I hope that I get it right!!  You should have arrived here from
Kay Boespflug http://www.nordljusfollowyourstar.blogspot.com/


This is my take on one of the projects from this class.  Junelle Jacobsen offered up SO many creative ideas and projects in this 3 week course.  I will most likely be revisiting several of them because the variations and possibilities are huge with most of the project ideas.  At any rate, this is a note board that I made from a canvas to house some tags with scriptures and some blank ones to be filled in with future inspiration.  I left my backdrop pretty neutral so that I can change it up when I feel like it!    The colors and textures on this piece are a good reflection of me right now in this space and place in time incorporating my love of stamps, dies, paints and pretty much all things crafty! Hope you enjoyed seeing it--I certainly had fun making it and will probably tinker with it a good bit more soon ;o).  To continue on the blog hop...

 Your next stop will be MotherDanaSt John http://www.stjohnstudios.wordpress.com/



 

41 comments:

  1. Hoping around. That is one thing I havnt done. Put it on my to do list.

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  2. Marsha...you soooo got it right!!! Woohoo :) That is a beautiful, beautiful notice board. Love the neautral colors and the beautiful flowers and butterflies :)

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  3. Yes you got it right. Love your note board. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Your noteboard is very pretty.Love all the elements youve added to it. I'm yet to make this.

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  5. Marsha, your notice board is stunning! I love that you use it to showcase all your loves at the moment so that it continues to inspire! Gorgeous!

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  6. Marsha...this is such a lovely not board. I'm sure it will continue to inspire you along your journey for many years. I know you're inspired me to create mine. Thank you :)

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  7. i just love your noteboard!! i havent done that project yet, but after seeing yours i cant wait to dive into that one!

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  8. beutiful note board! That is one of the projects I haven't made yet but plan to. Thanks!

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  9. Wow Marsha, I love this note board and such a great way to showcase God's words to us. Beautiful dear friend!

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  10. Love your note board. This was one of my favorite things from this workshop...oh who am I kidding I loved it all.

    ElleCee

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  11. Love your board. That is the next project I want to tackle.

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  12. so beautiful! i'm obviously not to that part of the class yet - LOVE IT.

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  13. Oh I love your board. The colors you chose are so calming and soothing. You did a wonderful and inspiring project.

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  14. Your note board is beautiful! Love all elements and what a pretty way to display your tags and Scripture verses! That little clothes pin is so cute and your use of the burlap was perfect!

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  15. I now have your blog on my favorites list and will visit often! Your board is awesome!

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  16. You did great! This is my first blog hop too and I think you did better than me : ) Love the color combination on your board!

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  17. oh what a wonderful note board. love it! And thanks for visiting my Blog! Happy Blog Hop

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  18. Your note board is gorgeous! Love the colours and textures. It's my first blog hop too.

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  19. Love your Note board the colors are Nice in my livingroom

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  20. I heart this board, nice work! I also heart your a child of God's so inspiring!!!

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  21. Oh I am in LOVE with your board! The textures and neutral colors are just beautiful!!!

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  22. Love your memo board. Beautiful embellishments.

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  23. You've done great for you first hop :) I love that you infuse your faith into your work and blog <3
    Love the piece you've made!
    Cheers!

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  24. I ADORE your note board!!!!! I really need something like this in my home with scriptures to remember! What an inspired idea. I'm only on week one and can't wait to continue on!

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  25. I love your board! I'm going to make one for my daughter for Mothers Day,thanks for sharing!

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  26. YOur board is gorgeous, I need to make one of these too as I think they would be so handy.

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  27. Absolutely gorgeous board -- I need to tackle this project!

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  28. This is just beautiful, Marsha. . .like you! The pocket with the scripture and blank cards is so cool. . .love that aspect and love all of the textures. . .impressive!! Hugs!

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  29. The note board is a work of art! Fabulous!

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  30. I love your note board! The layered details are gorgeous. I haven't made a note board yet but yours is really inspiring me to start. It would be nice to have a place to keep scripture that's prettier than a post-it note. Beautiful!

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  31. I love that you have everything of importance all in one place - it is such a great perspective of who you are personally - LOVE that!

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  32. ooooo- I am sooo inspired by your blog and beautiful board. I'll be back for future visits~ love all that you are creating!

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  33. Your note board is FABULOUS! So many special goodies and a delight for the eyes!

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  34. Your note board is fabulous, just the sort of faith-encouraging project I want to do for my daughter! Love your blog!

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  35. I LOVE how you did your noteboard!!!! Very, Very Nice!!!!

    Faith

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  36. I love your inspirational noteboard! I'm especially loving your FAITH and those sweet butterflies! Beautiful work!!

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  37. Your noteboard turned out beautiful!

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  38. Marsa, I love your board!! I love all of the tags that you made for it, I love the background, and the butterfly.

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