{more} pallet projects

I was equal parts excited and terrified when my pastor asked me to work on a huge project for our church walls.  This HUGE grouping is one of a few pieces I am working on, this {so far} being the largest.  I am pretty thrilled with how they turned out.  With more trust that I am sure I deserve, my pastor sent the main ideas and scriptures and let me run for the most part.  
I love how each piece can stand on it's own but all together makes a big beautiful picture of how so many things lead us to live in Grace.





Here's another shot of what they all look like together.  I'll have to take a photo when they are hanging in the church. 
And mid-that project, this project was born.  More on this one soon...

16 comments:

~Maxine~ said...

I absolutely love these and am now inspired to do some for my 6' fence. Thanks for the idea.

Al@PolkaDotsandPaisley said...

They are absolutely beautiful and I love some of the verses you have included. Your church will be lucky to have such a stunning piece.

derekcindyterp said...

I LOVE it! Grace really stands out, it's a beautiful piece~!

Alex and Jill said...

I love this!

Suzanne said...

Oh that is so cool! I love it!

Holly said...

I was just curious why "God" isn't a capital "G"?

chiep-chiep said...

So cool! You have great ideas!
Greetings from Germany.

tigerchick said...

Beautifully creative wall art! Love it!! Nice job on the furniture, too.

Smilie girl said...

Wow! These are amazing and will bless your church.

Cary said...

WOW!!! That is amazing! There is a worksite about 2 miles from our home (an ugly solar farm) and they are literally destroying hundreds of pallets so I stopped by yesterday to see if I could have 8 (for building compost bins). Maybe I can persuade them to let me have a few more.... So beautiful!!!!!!

Amy said...

Love this! Where do you find the pallets that you use in these projects?

Rachel said...

Beautiful! What an artist you are... also thanks for the hug today :)

Crystal said...

Absolutely beautiful! Great job!

Possible Mary said...

I can't even begin to say how amazing and beautiful these are!! God has definetly given you the talent to create:)

Jessie @PossibleMary

A Bridge Of Grace said...

It is a capital -compare it to other G's there-it's the style of font-but it's bigger than all other G's.

A Bridge Of Grace said...

One if your most beautiful pieces of art yet, CJ!! Great job!!

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