Tuesday, September 02, 2008

flying into art...


That is how i feel, i made so many things lately, and i love every moment! I bought this thingy for the many remotes in our home, more than a year ago, and finally i got round to do something with it. It looks so cute standing next to the TV, and amazingly, when somebody walks into our Lounge, it is the first thing they notice!


Looks like the creative juices only came up with Decoupage, but it's ok, Donna Downey said: "Perfect just the way you created it"

I finished a chapter in Luke today, and Joyce Meyer said the following in the Every Day Life Bible:
"What do you think is the most important part of a house? It's the foundation, of course, as we learn from Luke 6.
Without a firm foundation, a house is constantly in danger of collapsing. The same is true in your life as a Christian. Knowing God's Word and obeying it is the foundation of the Christian life. Ask God to teach you His Word and to help you obey Him in every area of your life, so you can stand strong in all circumstances!"
Have a strong day!
love and many kisses
k
xx

10 of my friends said...:

Desire Fourie said...

Oh wow Karin, what an excellent idea for keeping all those remotes tidy and together ... no searching for the remote anymore ... will have to get myself one of these. Warm regards

author@ptgbook.org said...

I agree that the Bible, which is the word of God, must be the foundation for all we believe if we want to know the truth. Many people let the religious traditions they have been raised in be their foundation. When they have to choose between believing what the Bible actually says or what their church says, they often choose to believe their church, and then they "interpret" the Bible to mean what their church teaches.

I found that for me an important first step in making the Bible the foundation for what I believe was to prove, from fulfilled prophecy, that God really inspired the Bible and that it is not just the word of men.

Grammy and Olivia said...

Thanks for the comment. I have enjoyed visiting your blog. You do beautiful work. I really love the "whatever u want to call it" you made for your daughter. I will be back when I have some more time to look around.
Terry

~*{ Michelle }*~ said...

Now that is one very pretty and very functional thingy you made there Karin! Thanks for the inspirational message too! :)

The Mad Aunt said...

Hello Gorgeous - don't you go disappearing on us again - we MISS you too much! Lovely to see you are back with SO much creativity and so much inspiration for the soul! You are SOOOOOO right all everybody needs is love - not only the hard ones!

Judith said...

he Karin!!! How are you? Missed you a lot here in bloggerland!
So good to see you are back, and you created wow a wonderful remote-box :) Love from me, Judith

Rebecca Ramsey said...

Karin, that is the cutest remote box I've ever seen! I love the pictures and the font--so creative!

Thanks for coming by my blog party! It's great to meet you!
Becky

Tracy said...

Hi Karin

I too have one of those remote thingies lying in my dining room waiting so patiently for a bit of attention ...

You have inspired me to finish it - will try do it tonight and load pictures tomorrow - THANK YOU!!!

Love, Tracy

jacki janse van rensburg said...

hey, i love your off-the-page projects! very nice!

found you through jacqui. nice to meet you!

luthien said...

this remote holder is beautiful AND functional! i love it :)