8 Unique Passion Week Timeline Cards Inspired By Stained Glass

As I created this project, I was moved to thankfulness and tears. These cards represent each day of Passion Week–starting Palm Sunday and culminating on Resurrection Sunday.

The front side of the cards are a modern take on stained, colored glass. They remind me of traditional churches with beautiful depictions of Jesus’ life. And on the back of each card, there is timeline of the events that happened on each day of Passion Week.

At the bottom of the back, there is a space to take notes and bible references that correspond to the timeline’s events.

I love taking a step back during Passion Week to get my heart in a position of gratitude. Making these cards reminded me of how extraordinary Jesus is. Despite all of the chaos and what he knew lied ahead, he took time to celebrate, love, and teach so we could all see and grow from his example.

I hope these cards set the tone for your week. I hope the colors and patterns urge you to pick them up and get closer to Jesus this coming week.

To download these Passion Week Stained Glass Cards, just click here!

April Abstract Floral Mobile & Desktop Wallpapers

Spring is all about florals and pretty colors. But to be honest, after a while I get kinda tired of seeing the same style of florals in artwork and fashion. I thought it’d be cool to switch things up and create abstract floral for this month’s wallpapers.

Abstract art really inspires me because it’s almost as if the artist left a part of the process up to me to finish. I become part of the piece as I imagine what it could mean or what the empty spaces and shapes could become. There’s an element of anticipation and reflection that I enjoy.

I hope these pieces help you reflect and inspire you to become part of the art process. May they remind you to have hopeful anticipation for whatever God has in the works for you.

There are two versions of the artwork. One with illustrated details and one without. I love them both! To download the wallpapers, long press or right click on the images below.

7 Spring DIYs To Try This Weekend

It’s good to put down the phone and close the laptop. Doing work with my hands helps me stay creative and inspired. It’s also a fun way to take care of my mental health. But sometimes DIYs can be overwhelming for me. So I like ones that I can do in a day or two.

Here are some Spring DIYs you can try this weekend:

1. Monogrammed Ring Cones
If you’re a jewelry girl like me, then this ones both fun and practical. I can never have enough trinkets to store and display my fave accessories. (via Brit+Co)

2. Song & Scripture Cards
Download, print, and listen. Easiest DIY for those of you who aren’t master DIYers yet. (via Styld by Grace)

3. Black and White Painted Vase
I’m in if it involves paint. It’s relaxing and always adds beauty to my home. And it’s never a bad idea to add some greenery indoors. (via Love Create Celebrate)

4. Mini Polymer Clay Bowls
You can use these for your office, bathroom, or in your drawers. I usually use mini bowls like these to put paperclips or to store a couple small bottles of Essential Oils in my bathroom.

5. Compliments Candy Bars
We all need a little encouragement sometimes. This is a perfect “Just because” gift for a friend that needs a small pick-me-up. Or if you’re hosting an event/get together, this works perfect as a party favor (via Oh Happy Day)

6. Terrazzo Style Notebook Covers
It happens to me all the time–I find the perfect notebook but the cover just isn’t cutting it for me. These notebook covers are the perfect blend of simple and colorful. (via Enthralling Gumption)

7. Abstract Color Block Sneakers
This is my favorite! And the one I’ll probably start with this weekend. I’m all for a paint project that I can WEAR, oh yeah! (via Enthralling Gumption)

Which one are you thinking of trying this weekend?!

Hand Lettered Song & Scripture Cards

If you like incorporating music to your quiet time with God, these song cards are right up your alley. I’m a music lover and I especially love worship music. It helps me get closer to God and realigns my heart and focus. Download the hand lettered song and scripture cards here.

These song cards were designed to help guide your devotion time. On the front they have a simple hand lettered worship lyric. On the back they have songs and scriptures to accompany the lyric. There’s also a small note section for you to jot down any thoughts, ideas, or prayers.

You can incorporate these cards into your daily devotional, you can use a different one every Monday to kick-off your week, or you can use them as decoration for your home.

Hope these song cards enrich your life and walk with God! And if you want to have a playlist ready with all the songs on the cards, I’ve got you covered. I created a Spotify playlist, Styld by Grace Songs Of Worship, with all the songs–click here to listen!

Whimsical Floral March Mobile & Desktop Wallpapers

The theme for March is Worship. And I thought it’d be special to incorporate one of my favorite worship lyrics in this Month’s wallpapers. If you know what songs it’s from, let me know in the comments 😉

Of course, I had to incorporate florals because March marks the start of Spring. But I wanted to make them look whimsy, almost otherworldly. When I look at these illustrations I see beauty, vulnerability, uniqueness, and mystery.

Worship is all those things and more. It’s unique to each person. It helps us see the mystery of heaven and God. And it is beautiful when it’s authentic and vulnerable.

I hope you’re ready for more talks on worship this month, as we prepare our hearts for Easter in April!

To download the wallpapers, long press or right click on the images below.