As I mentioned in my house goals for this years I wanted to get my photo frames filled. I had this narrow wall that I wanted to cover with photos, then my Aunt C. gave me the “FAMILY” photo frame for my college graduation, so I decided to use it as the anchor piece. I have been working on it for some time and am almost done. Five of the smaller frames are done, one I still need to pick which photos to put in the last one. I also want to switch a photo in the anchor frame.
In addition to photos I added text to the top 3 three frames to make them even more meaningful. All three are from songs.
In the main anchor frame, I have the text to a song “Family Picture” by Jim Jordan and Steve Wick. From the Living in God’s House: Ultimate ...
Praise 2 CD from Awana. I think it is now available on ITunes.
In the top, left frame I have older photos of me with my family who lives states away, including my Grandmother who is now home in heaven. For it I put a quote from Michael W. Smith’s song “Pray for Me” in it. It’s a song about parting, being apart, the section I used speaks of our lives as a tapestry, so I found a tapestry photo to use as background.
In the top right frame I have photos of the last 2-3 years with a quote from Steven Curtis Chapman’s song “Miracle of the Moment,” so I used a clock background for it. It talks about viewing our here and now as a gift from God.
The three filled frames below the main frame are each devoted to family, Awana, and my graduations.
As you can see, I still have one frame I’m trying to finalize, I’m using it to hold ideas for it or modifications to the other frames while I wait to get around to it.
I'm linking up to the Gallery Wall Party at The Inspired Room.
The best gallery walls of all show the people we love!! Doesn't it feel great to have the photos up! And I love that you included special quotes too, that makes it so meaningful!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up to the party!!
Just popping over from The Inspired Room. It is great to see your gallery wall. Mine is #10.ReplyDelete
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ps. What a great way to honor your family.
Thanks Melissa and Glenda!ReplyDelete
great inspiration! thanks!ReplyDelete