Thursday

Faith Bracelet

Time for Kelli's Show and Tell, go here for lots more fun!
Tonight I'm sharing my Faith Bracelet. It could be easy to make, your children could even make them.


Rainbow Faith Bracelet

Yellow represents God’s perfect light.

Black represents our sins.

Red represents the blood Jesus shed for us.

Green represents the new life we have in Jesus.

Blue represents our baptism.

White represents purity.

Purple represents the crown of life.


Thank you for visiting, I hope you enjoyed my Show and Tell, please do return soon!

Katherine

22 comments:

Abounding Treasures said...

What a very beautiful idea for a unique and lovely bracelet :-)

Blessings,
Mrs M

Greatfullivin said...

I have seen these before. Very good craft for sunday school. Thanks for sharing it!

jennifer said...

I'll bring my daughter back to see it. She'll want to do this for sure! Jennifer

Penless Thoughts said...

This is neat. I'd never seen one before. It could really be a great teaching tool with children.
Susan

Hootin' Anni said...

This is beautiful and chilling at the same time, if you know what I mean. Awesome. Literally.

My S n T is shared. If you haven't dropped by, I sure hope you can stop and say "Howdy Do!".

Happy Weekend to you and yours.

Constance said...

What a great idea for me to make with my grand-daughters! My oldest daughter is flying down for a visit in a couple of weeks and the 4 year old will do a great job making this! Thanks for the idea!
Connie

Judy said...

I like the idea of a Faith Bracelet. Thanks for sharing.

Hope said...

Hi Katherine,
I love the Faith Bracelet and everything the colors stand for!
Thank you for sharing that.

Hugs,
Hope

Alice said...

What a lovely idea for a bracelet. I'm not a kid :) but I might make a few of these to give to friends.

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nannykim said...

We had a man that was blind that would make them for the church. Hey, did you change the name of your blog--I notice it says thins i enjooy--was that always your url?

Adrienne said...

A bracelet! I've never seen one. Your post reminds me of the 'Wordless Book' we had in our Bible Club when I was a child. Blank colored pages that represented what your bracelet does. You didn't show us your bracelet. Do we get to see it? ~Adrienne~

Betty said...

I did enjoy visiting and see the faith bracelet. It is very pretty. Looks like it would be easy to make.

A Romantic Porch said...

So pretty. That would be fun to make. xoRachel

Barbara H. said...

I have seen those with plastic beads before but not clear ones. Nice! Looks like a neat VBS project, too!

Adrienne said...

Hi, Katherine - Thanks for visiting my blog and for leaving your sweet comments. And thank you for telling me about the pictures of your bracelet. It's even prettier than I imagined. I guess I missed it in my earlier comment. It really is a nice idea and such a neat way to share the truth of its message. ~Adrienne~

mrsjojo said...

Darling bracelet, especially since it has special meaning.

mistyeiz said...

what a great idea!! will certainly keep this in mind when my girl is old enough to help out. :)

Nora Lee said...

I have seen these before but don't know that I've read the description of all the colors. Thanks so much for sharing. And I love the St. Patricks Day decorations in your Mar. 1 post!

Have a wonderful weekend.

Sandra

Cheryl said...

Lovely bracelet, those would be great to sell at craft shows.

Me said...

What a great idea! The girls really like this idea and can't wait for us to go to the hobby store and get come beads. :)

Sharon said...

That is so cute and so clever! What a great craft idea with children!

Hugs, Sharon