Saturday, 7 February 2009

Hand Work

Found these on the web.

Such brilliant creativity

Want to try some of these?

Maybe your kids can. It would be really cool in school.

The cat,owl and giraffe are the hardest

Ephesians 2:10For we are God's [own] handiwork (His workmanship), recreated in Christ Jesus, [born anew] that we may do those good works which God predestined (planned beforehand) for us [taking paths which He prepared ahead of time], that we should walk in them [living the good life which He prearranged and made ready for us to live].

(Amplified Bible)

We have been uniquely created by God endowed

with gifts,talents and abilities .

Discover and acknowledge your special

gift and use it for the glory of God.

14 Fertilize my soul:

Deare Diary said...

I have never seen anything like this before. Awesome. My grand-daughter and I are looking at this together. She loves animals. We may just have to try and see if we can make something similar. That would be a good activity for us to do today. Fun post. It is supposed to be about 72 degrees today so we will get to go outside and skateboard. She loves that.

Jan said...

Those were beautiful! Thanks for sharing that, and I love the verse you put with it.

Julie said...

Those are so cool. I would love to be creative enough to do that. My grandkids would get a kick out of it.

Crown of Beauty said...

This is a very unique post, Amrita!

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Amrita,
Only a Spirit filled soul could conjure such parallelism in the works of arts with God's eternal words. The designs are really breathless. Who ever did that has an artistic inclination in him. The supporting word of God completed the message of those paintings. Yes, we should use our God given talents to glorify His name in all the earth. Thanks for the excellent post. God bless you always my friend.

David said...

i really like that verse, thank you

Shelley said...

Those are really cool! Thanks for sharing them.

Kimmie said...

Wow, I can't even imagine how long it took to create that hand art.

Love that verse...such a good reminder to me today. Thanks for the uplift of my heart.

mama to 7
one homemade and 6 adopted

Annette said...

I came by your blog from Donetta. I have a co~worker and friend who is from India, I love it that you came to Jesus, I looked at some of your other blogs, and saw the one with the bread you make, it looks like a tortilla and I love it, she brings me Indian food sometimes, and I am so happy when she does, please feel free to stop by my blog and visit, and may I come back by to visit with you?

agoodlistener said...

Hi Amrita, I see you follow John Cowart--I came over from his blog. I'd seen that hand art somewhere before--wonderful work. Glorifying God in our work, I think, is the best way to be happy in what we do. Thanks for your encouragement.

Kate said...

WOW! At first I didn't realize what I was looking at. I'm excited to show my kids in the morning. I like your new template, BTW.

Rebecca said...

It is amazing art work.....I have been reading a lot in the news about training in computer graphics being given to women who do the henna work..and how it is giving them a chance to take their art to a different audience and allowing them to actually have a career using their talent in a more marketable way.....very cool

John Cowart said...

Hi Amrita,
You blend the photos of the handart with the Scripture about God's handiwork so well.
Good job. I would never have thought of that.

Dick said...

I have never seen something like this, beautiful art.