Well hello there! I cannot believe that this is my 100th post on the blog. This is seriously mind-blowing to me. That's a lot of posting - and I still feel like I just started!
To celebrate this small feat, I decided to design a few printables for you. (There's a link to download them at the bottom of the post.) They're simple, fun little guys, and I figure since one major reason I write here is because you lovely people take the time to read May Richer Fuller Be, I think you deserve a little reward :).
I love playing around with typography and pattern, so I used those two elements to design the following three prints. All have the same diagonal stripe (just in different colors), but have different phrases in the center.
The first is this yellow-striped one with the phrase "You are my sunshine my only sunshine." I thought this one would be adorable hanging in a kid's room. I'm pretty sure this phrase has been used countless times for this purpose, but I think there's good reason for that. It's just plain cute.
The phrases on other two prints are a little, shall we say, deeper. They've got something to grab on to (bad grammar, sorry). The blue one has Psalm 46:10 in it. In the crazy busyness of our lives, I find that this is a verse I come back to often. Being still is hard for me, so I need to be reminded of this.
The green print has the first line (and title) of one of my favorite hymns, "O Love That Will Not Let Me Go." (This version is my favorite.) In fact, this hymn is so near and dear to my heart that I borrowed one of its lines for the title of this blog. Give it a listen. You'll probably like it too.
And just for fun, I put 'em all together and "framed" them. I think they'd look great in thin, white frames (IKEA's Ribba frames are always a good, inexpensive option).
- Download the print. A new window should open showing the high-resolution PDF. Hover over the bottom right area of the screen and icons to print and save/download (as well as zoon in or out) will appear. Click the option you want.
- The PDF has three pages - one for each print. If you only want one of them, choose the page number (1, 2 or 3) you want to print in your print options window/dialog box.
- The PDF is designed to print on an 8.5x11 sheet of paper. For best results, I'd recommend using cardstock to give it some weight and sturdiness.
- You can trim the paper to fit an 8x10 frame easily. Just trim 1/2" off the top and bottom, and 1/4" off the sides to keep the design centered.
- Questions? Let me know!
Hope y'all enjoy this little gift. I always love to know how people use my prints in their homes, so if you end up downloading one, please let me know what you did with it! Happy Friday!
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