Saturday, April 19

Welcome To The 172nd Masterpiece Monday and Happy Easter!




Hi Everyone! I hope you're enjoying your Easter vacation or in my case, Easter stay-cation!
My husband and daughter get the week off, but I'm busy at work this time of year, with the increase of  Easter vacation kids at the gym where I work.
And I've been busy working on projects around the house and in the garden, which I'll be posting soon. 

The project I'm sharing with you this week was inspired by the scripture printed on the front of my church bulletin.  I've wanted to make this scripture into a sign for some time now. 
To make this, all I did was:
1. First I found this sign at a thrift store. I flipped it over to use the back. I painted it grey.
2. I enlarged the scripture on my copier and printed it on the light mode to save ink. I used white tracing paper underneath and stabilized everything with painters tape. 
3. After tracing, I filled in everything with sharpened chalk.  I didn't use chalkboard paint and I didn't season the paint with chalk, because I'm not erasing the scripture. 












Have a blessed Easter Everyone!



{This weeks features}

Coastal Easter Tablescape by Ciao Newport Beach


Baked Halibut & Orange Sauce by Simply Fresh Dinners


Upholstering A Wing Chair by Thrifty Treasures

         
Boogieboard Cottage


1. PLEASE. LINK. BACK. Please include a direct link back to my blog party.
2. Feel free to link up any of your masterpiece's whether they're crafts, recipes, decor, thrifty finds, etc. (Please no direct links to etsy or other sales sites.)
3. Please do not pin from the party, go to the original blog and pin from there

Have a blessed week,

14 comments :

  1. The flowers are simply beautiful and your tablesetting is such a big wow, love it when it all comes together...everything looks so inviting and wonderful...thanks for sharing when I know you are so busy now,..

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  2. Hi Mary, so enjoyed your photos this week. Thank you so much for Masterpiece Monday. Happy Easter.
    Joy

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  3. Hi Mary! Thanks for hosting your party for us this Easter! I adore your new scripture sign...great re-purposing. Wonderful photos too. Have a blessed Sunday.

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  4. Thank you for featuring my wing back chair! Happy Easter!

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  5. Gorgeous flowers! Happy Easter and thanks for hosting.

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  6. I love your scripture sign, Mary. It brought such a smile to my face this Easter evening! Thank you so much for featuring my Baked Halibut. It's always such a pleasure to join in with your inspirational parties. Happy Easter to you and yours! xo

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  7. Happy Easter Mary! Love that you took your inspiration from your church bulletin and did something so pretty with it! Thanks for hosting and have a blessed week,
    Patti

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  8. Love your sign. I would not erase that passage either. Thanks for hosting and I hope your Easter was joyous!

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  9. Beautiful flowers Mary. Thanks for hosting. Have a wonderful week.

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  10. I never learn how to decorate, but I think I have the idea how to appreciate such a beautiful design! I’m having fun being here, I’m truly attracted by the beauty of mirrors.

    Sebastian Chuter

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  11. Your vignette is so pretty and peaceful and spring... I really like the scripture you printed on to the board... Terrific. Thanks so much for sharing your talent!! :)
    “hugs” Crystelle
    Crystelle Boutique

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  12. Love the sign you made and the scripture, and like the added Coastlands. Very cool.
    Also those rinaculas are exquistite...........not sure I spelled it correctly tho. Are they faux or real??
    Whatever they are they are perfect in that spot.........lovely.
    Blessings, Nellie

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  13. Love the sign and your gorgeous vignettes! Thanks so much for sharing with us. You are featured this week at Ivy and Elephants. Feel free to drop by and grab a featured button.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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