It is Done.

| Digital Art | Easter| PaintTool|

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I have had a song in my head last night and this morning – Cody Carne’s “The Cross Has the Final Word.” The last stanza of the chorus has these lyrics:

“The cross has the final word
He traded death for eternal life
The cross has the final word.”

How incredible is that! There is nothing to pay, there is nothing to fear. It is finished, and it is done because Jesus conquered death on the cross. He paid the price for every sin and He made a way for us to enter back into the Father’s presence. He came to set us free so we could experience the fullness of His love.

The cross has the final word, and we find our rest, our joy, and our purpose in loving Jesus.

The Lord, My Light (Psalm 27:1)

| Digital Art | Psalm 27:1 (Illustrated Word)| Nursery Decor | PaintTool|

2019 Psalm 27-1

One final piece for baby’s nursery 🙂
A reminder that the Lord her God will always be with her and for her ;
her light, her salvation, her strength and her life.

The Lord is my light and my salvation;
Whom shall I fear?
The Lord is the strength of my life;
Of whom shall I be afraid?
[Psalm 27:1]

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Leaf Print Foldable Change Mat

| Homemade | Sewing | Foldable Change Mat | Nappy Storage | Recyclables |

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Well this isn’t quite a changemat clutch, but we are happy with how things have turned out! Had to do some problem solving, design alterations and hand-stitching but we got there in the end. Recycled the elastic is from a broken clipboard. Looking forward to welcoming bubs in a few months 🙂

 

Baby’s Floral Playmat

| Homemade | Sewing | Baby’s Playmat | 

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Having done a good amount of online window shopping, I decided I was ready to try making our own baby playmat. I really liked the circular designs, and practicality of having a wipeable backing (just in case of spills!).

Material was all from Spotlight (the remnant bin has some great stuff) – Cloud cushion from Kmart (just for decoration since baby is not here yet :P).

Next project: to make a portable change-mat clutch!

Baby’s 123 Floral Chart

| Digital Art | 123 Floral Chart  (1-20)| Nursery Decor | PaintTool|

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There are lots of different flowers in the world and we thought baby might like to learn about some of them, along with their numbers.

The Sturt’s Desert Pea was chosen as South Australia’s floral emblem on 23 November 1961.

The Bottlebrush is an Australian native evergreen tree, named after the shape of its distinctive flowers.

Sunflowers have a trait which causes them to face the sun at all times (heliotropism).

Waratahs are able to survive fires due to dominant buds in their lignotuber, a woody swelling at their base.

Poppies were unable to grow on war fields for four seasons after WW1, but subsequently proliferated over the battlefields of France and Belgium, making them a symbol of remembrance for those who died in the war.

The Calla Lily has poisonous roots and is native to South Africa, where it is actually considered a weed.

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Baby’s ABC Animal Chart

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Just making a start on the nursery before the New Year begins – it is incredible to think about all the different, unique, and interesting creatures that God has made! Some of the animals might be a little unusual… so here are some fun facts 🙂

Alligators can be distinguished from crocodiles in a few ways. They have a wider, more U-shaped snout, are mainly found in areas of the United States and China whereas crocodiles are found worldwide, and prefer a freshwater habitat while crocodiles prefer saltwater.

The Jellyfish has a mouth that both takes in food, excretes waste and expels jets of water to propel it forward in the water.

Meerkats are social creatures that live in groups from 20-50. There is an alpha couple who lead the group, with the other meerkats functioning as babysitters and watchguards.

The Quokka is a cat-sized marsupial related to wallabies and kangaroos. They live on islands off the Western Australian coast, and are famous for their #quokkaselfies.

The X-ray Tetra can be found in the Amazon and has translucent skin which allows their bones to be visible. One part of their bony structure is the Weberian apparatus which contributes to their sense of hearing.

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5 Years – Wood

Well, this is the last of our tree climbing for a while because somebody is growing 😛
They should be making a debut at next year’s anniversary photoshoot!

5. Wood

The dress was made earlier in the day using material from the Spotlight remnants bin,
and we found some interesting trees at one of city parks. Hubby has been doing an amazing job during this time – he is a great blessing and support! (And has also become quite the photographer!)

We are looking forward to growing our family tree!

Read More: https://lostnowfoundk.com/2018/12/01/make-me-a-servant/

Sunday Sewing: Floral Sash Dress

| Homemade | Fashion | Sleeved and Sashed Floral Dress |

The weather’s warming up again 🙂 Some time ago, a friend of mine passed passed me this floral fabric, but I’ve only just had some time to make a dress out of it! The fabric was already hemmed on one edge which saved me some time so in the end, I think it was done in just 2 hours!

2018 Floral Sash Dress

Geometric Olive Tree (Romans 11:24)

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Romans 11-24 Geometric Olive Tree

 

Made this piece as I was reading Romans 11 and reflecting on how much God loves His people Israel. We all need grace! It is by grace that both Jews and Gentiles are saved, adopted as sons and daughters into the family of God. It also reminds me to continuously pray for Israel. God loves them, has not forgotten them, and continues to pursue them. So then, I also want to join Him in praying for Zion – “…until her righteousness goes forth as brightness, and her salvation as a lamp that burns.” [Isaiah 62:1]