I saw this great idea on Julie’s lovely blog Less-Than-Perfect Life of Bliss and knew I wanted to follow her instructions to make one too.
Instead of using letter and number stickers, I simplified my project by printing the words on some pretty paper. After carefully lining the three pages up, I taped them together to get the length I needed to fit the frame.
I inserted the pages into a frame I got on sale (Julie found a great frame at a thrift store)
Then I attached a few very pretty paper flowers that a kind blogger named Sandy @Quill Cottage sent to me this time last year.
Using Dry erase makers, I can write directly on the glass the many blessings that fill my days.
Praise the LORD, my soul;
all my inmost being, praise his holy name.
Praise the LORD, my soul,
and forget not all his benefits—
who forgives all your sins
and heals all your diseases,
who redeems your life from the pit
and crowns you with love and compassion,
who satisfies your desires with good things
so that your youth is renewed like the eagle’s.
Lisa RedWillow says
Beautiful and fantastic Idea
♥ Kelley ♥ says
This is a great idea~thanks for sharing it!
Wishing you a blessed day!
I love this idea. Thanks for sharing this.
I love this!
I love this idea…for myself and for gifts! Thanks for sharing it with us!
That's such a great project! It turned out beautifully!
It turned out so great! Great idea to print it out. I love the flowers as well!
Beautiful!! Those flowers are perfect! Trying to decide if I have a spot for one of these in the house!
What a great project. I love how that turned out. Those paper flowers are perfect
Sherry from Alabama says
How lovely! I always enjoy my visits to your beautiful blog.
Sherry @ A Happy Valentine
Lady Farmer says
So pretty! You do find the best ideas!
crochet lady says
Oh, that is a very good idea! You embellished it so cute with the paper flowers.
What a great idea! There's no excuse to forget to be thankful and count our blessings!
Melissa Miller says
Very nice and beautiful idea. 🙂
Beautiful! What a great idea… Things to be grateful for starts with my family too! Hugs- Diana