Thursday, February 2, 2012

Yes, He Is...








































Today's gift comes from the hands of my friend, Char.  She is a wonderful lady full of faith and creative charm.  Char lives in the most beautiful log cabin out in the country with her husband Tom and their gentle horse.  A trip to Char's house is always a welcome invitation.  She is a fabulous cook, as well, and makes the most delicious pineapple upside down cake in a cast iron pan.  Every chance her friends get to eat that cake and visit her house we drop everything and go!  Char made me this picture. It took over two hours to cut the sheep.  She printed the music onto the prettiest paper and aged the frame to a wonderful color.  Such a treasure!


With joy,

17 comments:

  1. Renee,
    I have always wanted to live in a log cabin. When we built our house we were going to buy land way out in the country and build a beautiful little log cabin up on a hill, but after thinking about it we decided it wouldn't be practical. Seven kids between the two of us, our parents, grandchildren already started coming - so we opted to live right outside of town. We even made a "log cabin room" here in our house.
    I am thinkin' you should ask dear Char if she would like to share her recipe. It sounds wonderful!
    Hugs,
    Julie

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  2. Very pretty.

    I make upside down cake in my cast iron skillet, too.

    Sounds like a great friend and a great place to visit.

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  3. I'm just buzzing by real quick to tell you how beautiful this piece is. Wish I had more time to visit. I hope to come back soon......

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  4. Char sounds like a really nice lady! She sounds like she lives in a nice area- I always would like to stay in a log cabin for a few days!! Great post. The sheep on the picture look so amazing, she did a really nice job on it!! Very nice post Renee!!

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  5. What a precious gift. I used to do Scherenschnitte and appreciate the work your friend Char put into the picture. Wish I still had my Mom's iron skillet. Would love the recipe for that cake.

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  6. O wowwwww so beautiful.......is it possible...you can mail me this beautiful image??? than i can print it too......it was my mon=ms favorite psalm.....love Ria...xxx..

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  7. Beautiful...I know this is a gift you will always treasure.

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  8. It's beautiful! I love those sheep at the bottom . . .

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  9. And my favourite part: "Even though I walk (not sit, lie, stand or cower) through the valley of the shadow of death..."

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  10. Such a beautiful gift! have a great week.
    Lorri

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  11. It's beautiful and I am so glad that He is my Shepherd!

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  12. How sweet of your friend to make this for you. So beautiful. Yes, I am thankful He is my Shepherd, too.

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  13. What a lovely gift! I love the idea of a score in a frame.

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