Tuesday, September 8, 2009

A to Z! (plus polka dots)
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This is our church nursery. I have been working on it a little at a time. Here is where we started- ABCDEFG.....
I added some bumble bees to the B


polka dots














I had to be creative for X- have you ever found a verse in the Bible that starts with X?!?


Again- had to get creative with the Z verse. I will just go ahead and tell you which animals are in the zoo- a snake, a bear, and an elephant. My son thought the bear was a hippo....


I know some of you wanted to know which verses I used for each letter. Hopefully you can see some of them clearer on this post. I will try and get close-ups of the beginning of the alphabet too.

28 comments:

Carrie said...

So precious!!! I'm lovin the fall shoes! I think I need some!

justin, jake and jenna's mom said...

I LOVE IT!!!! That turned out better than words could say.....so glad I'm related to you and can pick your brain next time I need some creativity for a project like that!! :)

Jes said...

this is SOOOO amazing, sara!!!

Chrissie Grace said...

I love this too! It is so much fun. I want to paint one now!!:)
Thanks for the inspiration.
I bet the kids at church will love it!

gypsy@Hebrews11:13 said...

Love it!!! And so did Mira on Sunday- she just couldn't stop staring- poor kid has never seen much color!

The Hopkins Home said...

You are so talented! I wish I had that much creativity. I LOVE the Bible verses you chose - it looks great :)

Morgan said...

I'm curious to know what verse you used for Q. Your work is so inspiring.

Tara said...

That turned out just precious! I bet the kiddos are lovin that. SO CREATIVE! Kuddos...

Tara said...

That turned out just precious! I bet the kiddos are lovin that. SO CREATIVE! Kuddos...

Tara said...

That turned out just precious! I bet the kiddos are lovin that. SO CREATIVE! Kuddos...

Melissa Stover said...

you are so creative. i wish you could come pretty up my kids' playhouse.

Sarah said...

That is so amazing Sara, it looks absolutely amazing. I hope the church realizes how awesome they are to have you and appreciates your wonderful talent.

StacieB said...

Wow!!! That is amazing! I think you could have a business just painting church nurseries or nursery schools! Awesome work!

Ruth said...

What a happy cheerful place for all the little ones. Grea job.

Ruth

thedomesticfringe said...

That's terrific! It's gotta be the nicest church nursery around.

-FringeGirl

Catherine Anne said...

Sara You make me want to go get out all my crafts and get started then I do and it never turns out near as wonderful as yours! You are great at what you do!

Jen B said...

The nursery turned out wonderfully! Beautiful work all around :-)

Sun-Kissed Savages said...

WOW!!! It is so fantastically cheerful! I can't decide with is my favorite. I am partial to the polka dotted T with adorable train underneath!! And the little dots on the green S... so cute!! But the rainbow stands out, too. Phooey, I can't choose. They are ALL great!

Dana D said...

It turned out beautifully!
I love it!!!

tammy lorene said...

I love it! So big and bright. :) Let God be glorified from A to Z!

Jenn A said...

I love the alphabet! So cute and creative! My favorite is the letter Q and the tiny quilt! =)

Katie said...

It looks so so good!!!

Adrienne said...

A is for Amazing! That alphabet is wonderful!!! Kudos :)

Sarah said...

Ok, I can't remember how I found your blog, but I've been reading it for a few weeks and I love love love it! I especially love the alphabet in the church nursery! Such a great idea!!

Keri said...

INCREDIBLE!!! What an amazing place for the kids. I know they love it - I sure do.

Lori R said...

This project turned out so cute! I could really see it as a children's book. I think you ought to pitch it to Tommy Nelson publishers. :)

gailsgarden said...

Somehow I missed it. I guess we took off for a few hours after Dad taught all morning. It looks GREAT! I would love to see it in person (me being the person!) Love you! MOM

Doda said...

These are fabulous. Our church is currently seeking a building. I'd love to do something similar when we get one!!!