Baptism Collage





I found this frame at a thrift store for $3.99. The individual glass panes were smudged and dirty but a little glass cleaner took care of that.




A 4 x6 picture from each of the kids' baptisms, and a prayer card of each of their respective patron saints.




 Double-sided tape and 4x6 photo paper to make a nice backdrop for the prayer cards.





Voila! A baptism collage!
(The patron saints are St. Mary, St. Joseph, St. Elizabeth of Hungary, and the archangel Gabriel)



(Please ignore the horrific peach walls that make everything look hideously orange.)

[Addendum: While I was finishing up this post, I was nursing Gabriel. He started kicking and managed to hit the keyboard and somehow publish this post! Baby's first blog entry??]

Comments

  1. I love this! What a great idea! Do you mind if I steal it? By the way, I like the peach walls. Peach is my favorite color!

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    1. Go ahead and steal!

      You would LOVE my house - peach in almost every room. Ugh.

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  2. Beautiful! I have one of those frames!!

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  3. Love the frame!!!! I framed my favorite ultrasounds...but I'm loving the baptism idea.....

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  4. I'm totally stealing this idea! I think I'll pin it to Pinterest! (Uh oh, that means I might never actually get it done...)

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  5. What a great idea! It looks awesome! :)

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  6. This is so cool! I love it! Especially combined with the sign above it. Beautiful!

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