In this post, I would like to present you the new products released this week on RubiesGlow at Etsy. I have created different sets of Psalms and The Lord’s Prayer in different versions for your home.
My inspiration for these illustrations came when I visited the home of an Italian senior citizen. He had the walls of his house filled with old newspapers, vintage illustrations and of course old documents. One document called my attention in particular: an old telephone bill.
When phones started to ring in Italy, before all the chaos and mess we have today, the first phones were numbered numerically. That means the first phone in the county was phone number 1, and so on. The phone bill that the had on display in his kitchen was the bill for telephone number ‘5’. This was an OLD phone bill.
The illustrations I am about to present here are available on RubiesGlow at Etsy, and remember you can now purchase items from Etsy as a guest, without having to sign up for an account. Some Psalms are King James version, some are New Living Translation (a version easier to read and understand). The Lord’s Prayer is King James version.
The contents chosen for each type of illustration are:
- Psalm 23: The Lord is my shepherd. This is the first Psalm I ever memorized.
- Psalm 27: The Lord is my light and my salvation. An Psalm that reminds us how privileged we are and how blessed we are to have our Lord as Savior.
- Psalm 91: Our pact of protection for these times. A Psalm of security and refuge. Some people call it our ‘Protection Covenant For The End Times’.
- Psalm 97: A psalm of praise for the mighty and great God we have.
- Psalm 112: A psalm that introduces the blessings of the righteous man or woman.
- The Lord’s Prayer: the prayer our Lord Jesus showed us on Matthew 6, as to how to pray to the Father.
The Country Branches and Berries
This is a beautiful print with a touch of feminine country warmth.
Available are Psalm 23, 27, 91, 97, 112 and the Lord’s Prayer. Size A4.
Psalm 23, available here.
Showing Psalm 91, available here.
The Retro Prints:
These Psalms are written more like a document instead of an illustration. Vintage typewriter font and negative indentation for a retro look.
Available for Psalms 23, 27, 91, 97, 112 and the Lord’s Prayer. Size A4.
Psalm 23, available here.
And Psalm 27, available here.
Minimalist with Vintage Flourishes
This is a minimalist arrangement. Vintage flourishes in toned down purples make the background.
Available for Psalms 23, 27, 91, 97, 112 and the Lord’s Prayer. It comes in square format of 8 x 8 inches. For my own, I have Psalm 23 on my desk.
Psalm 112, available here.
Psalm 97, available here.
If you see something you like, but it is not in the right size for that frame you have at home, I do resizings: click here for more info.
Until the end of May, prints are 3 x 2. Prints come with archival inks and high quality paper, either matte or semi-gloss, for prints that will last you for many years to come without fading of colors. For information on prints, please see here.
Thank you for taking the time of reading this post, take a look around, and I wish for you to find something pleasing for your household.
At hand I have already the next project that will be released next week. Stay connected!
Be blessed and until next week.
Have a great weekend.
There are two main updates I would to share with you for RubiesGlow on Etsy happening this week.
Guest checkout is now available on Etsy. This is a great advantage for anyone that has ever been discouraged by having to sign up for another account to purchase just one item. Now Etsy allows ‘guest’ purchases and even ‘guest’ customers can order custom items. The only privilege that ‘guest’ customers do not have is that ‘guests’ will not be able to leave a review for their purchases.
I can now take custom orders for Bible verses on RubiesGlow. Sometimes I get emails from people that want a special Bible verse, a verse deep in their hearts that promises healing or shields their faith. Before now, my family and other activities were taking all of my time. Now things have shifted and I can fulfill customs orders for a fee.
Before saying goodbye and until next-week, I would like to share this social media item I created this morning. Please feel free to use and share:
Have a great weekend and be good to someone today. We are here to serve.