Cross Stitch Bible Bookmarks

  1. c reeves says:

    your files are 404

  2. Linda says:

    I love the turquoise cross, I wish you had added the DMV colors you used. Regardless, it’s a great pattern. Thanks for sharing.

  3. utari says:

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    hei! nice idea you have šŸ™‚
    iā€™m trying out your idea and i have question.. by what did you attachedthe cross stitch fabric and the felt, as well as the ribbon? by glue? or simply sew it altoghether? please advice..
    many thanks! šŸ˜€

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  5. amy says:

    It’s been ages since I did cross-stitch…I’m like you, I get intimidated by big projects. This one, though, is totally doable!! Love it!

  6. Kara says:

    Beautiful, Nancy!

  7. Melanie says:

    This is a lovely project. I like the second one the best! I haven’t cross stitched in a long time!

  8. Emily B says:

    Thanks for the beautiful (and simple!) project Nancy. I try to get to daily Mass, or at the very least read the scripture passages for the day. I find it makes a huge difference than on the days I don’t do it. Today’s was the beautiful passage on John 3:16, an especially powerful nudge from God considering I really didn’t want to go to church this morning šŸ™‚ So glad my daughter (she is two and just now behaving herself in the pew) and I did!

    • Thanks for stopping by and commenting. That is so wonderful you make it to daily mass. For the most part, I utterly fail. I have a super bad experience at mass solo with my kids about 2 months ago haven’t gone with my by myself since. I just gotta do it! I know if I do God will give me a little present, like the verse He gave you this morning! Thanks for the nudge. I need it!

      • Emily B says:

        We are all about those bad experiences šŸ˜‰ But I keep reminding myself that Jesus wants the little children to come to him, and if I don’t live the faith and consistently expose my daughter to it, than no one else will.

        Also is the fact that I remind myself about what is ultimately better for my soul. When you think about what counts toward eternal life, all of my excuses are just so… Petty. But I am glad you are embracing your Catholic identity as a blogger more! I’m a long time follower and it has been a refreshing change šŸ™‚

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