In General Conference back in April, President Monson quoted President Spencer W. Kimball when he said, “It would be a fine thing if … parents would have in every bedroom in their house a picture of the temple so their children from the time they are infants could look at the picture every day until it becomes a part of their lives. When they reach the age that they need to make the very important decision (concerning going to the temple), it will have already been made.”
I have been wanting to get some Temple pictures in my children's room, but I kept putting it off. I found this awesome blog HERE that had tons of free temple pictures with the saying, "I'm going there someday" on them. They are super cute pictures! I had to hurry and do them because I wanted to do them before next General Conference, so here they are...
I did the Salt Lake Temple for my daughters room.
And the Lubbock Temple for my sons.
Here is how they are done...
Step one- Get your wood cut to the right dimensions. I used a 11x14 poster from Walmart- so I cut the boards to 11 1/2 x 14 1/2.
Step 2- Sand the board down to get ready for the paint.
Step 3- Paint
Step 4- Put Mod Podge all over the front of the board (where the picture is going). You want it pretty thick so the picture will stick good, without bubbles.
Step 5- Put picture on the board and get all the bubbles out from underneath it. I used a spatula and it worked great!
Step 6- Put the Mod Podge all over the front of the picture. I did about 4-5 coats.
Let it dry and your done!
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