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  • Hebrews 11:7
    "By faith Noah, being divinely warned of things not yet seen, moved with godly fear, prepared an ark for the saving of his household, by which he condemned the world and became heir of the righteousness which is according to faith."

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Tuesday, September 12, 2006


Susan P.

Deb, this is indeed a treasure. I just love the idea behind it and it looks beautiful as well. What a family heirloom!


how special!!

did you do the cross-stich or have they been gifts from someone else?


Now you will be making new ones for grandchildren??Or the new daughter in law??

The pictures are beautiful-how neat of a treasure!


Thanks for sharing your special wall :)


Lovely! We have a similar display in our hallway - each of my five childrens' baby pictures with their name, the meaning and a Bible verse on a plaque below.


That is a beautiful blessing to have in your home. Such an inspiration and your work is fantastic!


Thank you everyone for the compliments on the cross-stitches. Yes, I did most all of these. My friend, Rhonda, cross-stitched Jonathan's name for me. And my sister could have done one, but I can't be sure. (Sorry, Bet, if you did one and I don't remember.)

I have another family cross-stitch with the Girotti name on it that I will share another Tuesday.


What an absolutely beautiful family treasure, and it makes such a nice, meaningful display...homey.

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