I’ve got something for both groups of readers today!
I just finished another piece of artwork for Thanksgiving. (I actually used the flip-side of the Raven artwork, so it’s 2 holiday art pieces in 1! I is smaaaaht!) I’m happy with how it turned out.
While I was cutting out the contact paper letters**, Mitch asked me what it was going to say…
Mitch: “Whoa… that’s deep.”
Grant: “Hey! That rhymes!!”
I guess they’re both right.
So you see? A new craft for those of you who tune in for that stuff… and a Grant story, for those of you who come over for those.
**For those of you who asked for more detailed instructions on how to make the art: Click here for a step by step tutorial on how to make this Family Rules subway art.
Click here for a tutorial on using contact paper in your electronic cutting machine and employing a similar method.
The Answer Is Chocolate says
I come over for both, and this is wonderful and insightful just like Mitch and Grant!
That IS deep, and it’s a thought I’ve been pondering lately.
Your craft is actually quite lovely! How did you do it? I’m not sure I know what you mean by contact paper letters. Maybe I missed a post about that? And how did you cut the letters?
Anyway, it’s great! If you have to move your Thanksgiving dinner inside, this will be a great decor item!
Good Time Charlie says
Now that is a very good reminder to recognize the hand of God in all things. Sorry Grant, my comment doesn’t rhyme. But that isn’t a crime. I have a ton of kids over here, so now I am out of time.
I love that! Here’s hoping you’ll post some detailed instructions! That color of orange is perfect too.
I think that may be my new favorite quote!
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Becca @ R We There Yet Mom? says
I love this quote but i will never look at it without thinking of Grant!! :))
I love that saying!!!