If you have my book, Inspirational Home, then this little piece of furniture might look familiar: It was a cabinet I had painted black and decoupaged with a scripture for the office in my previous home. It's also one of the many projects described in my book. This cabinet recently moved into my newly created studio in this home and the red type just wouldn't do anymore. I ripped it all off, then contemplated how to redo it. Different font? Different verse? Here's what I decided:I used a "fancier" font, added a little ornament at the top, but kept the same verse. I just love this scripture and it's something I NEED to be reminded of daily. "Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God." Philippians 4:6. I printed my design - of aqua text on a black background - on two sheets of paper (because one wasn't big enough.) I glued/decoupaged them onto the cabinet door panel, seaming them carefully. When they dried I went over the top with more decoupage glue to seal. [Be sure to do a test with your paper/printer/glue before applying to the cabinet so your ink doesn't run.] Yeah! Check another "todo" item off my list!
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