Hey there!!! I am back with a long over due post! Do you remember this post I shared at the very end of last year? Well the bible verse prints that came with the organization and calendar prints I shared have now been pinned 130K times on Pinterest and its my most talked about post of all time!! So I think its time I share some more scripture prints with you all!! These are also in my favorite farmhouse style and would look so perfect in many spaces of your home! The possibilities are endless!
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As I get further along in this pregnancy I am excited an anxious for all that is to come! I feel like welcoming a 5th baby has my jaw hitting the floor a little. That’s a lot of little people to be responsible for ya know?! I’m 100% up for the challenge but scared witless all the same! Any of you large family Mammas have any tips to help us keep our life simpler as we transition from a family of 6-7 I’d love to hear you well earned tips and tricks!
Thankfully I’ve tossed the idea that we need every gizmo and gadget for this baby which alieves that pressure of needing to buy all the things! Simple is certainly best for us when it comes to newborns and toddler gear!! And thankfully most of it we can still re-use from our past babies! my “baby” after all just barely turned two so we are still deep in the realm of little kids!
I am however learning to embrace the unique challenges that come with school age children. Homework.. no one really tells you how much work its going to be for everyone involved! From weekly homework packets to sight words and reading logs! Its almost a full time job in itself keeping 3 kids up to date on their weekly homework! I think tackling this with a newborn is what has me most anxious! The different needs and schedules of newborns and older kids certainly will be interesting to manage! I’m telling you guys I need all the help I can get for helpful tips and ideas.
Its so easy to get caught in your “normal” and feel very comfortable residing in that box, the daily routines and schedules the work hours and play hours, but adding a new baby into the mix really shakes that all up, and makes me a little on edge for that transition period! At the same time I’m so very excited for this new baby and am sure it will be better and sweeter and perhaps harder than I can even imagine right now. Isn’t that how parenthood works anyway? Weather you have 1 or 2 kids or 5?!! Seems to be the case for our home!
I created these bible verse for all walks of life, weather your transitioning to welcoiming a new baby, an empty nester, newlywed, or single! I think you might just find a little something that speaks to your heart in this set to help ease what ever burdens you may be bareing at this season of your life.
Be sure to pin the image below to save these farmhouse style scripture prints for later if you don’t have time to print them out today!
HOW TO SAVE:
- Click the word DOWNLOAD below the trouble shooting tips
- A new window will pop up with a zip file
- Save the files to your computer
- Open the files in any picture editing or viewing program
- Print and enjoy!
I prefer to print on a heavier weighted paper such as cardstock but regular printer paper will also work. Print at home using your printers “best quality” settings for best results. Files are made only to print at the standard paper size 8.5×11 inches. Trying to print larger may result in grainy or pixilated images or warnings of poor print quality. However, you are not prohibited from changing the files size. Larger files are not available at this time for large scale printing. Commercial use not available.
Disclaimer when you save these printables you agree to the terms below:
These are free printables! That means that you may not use them to sell or market other items for sale in any manner in which you may get paid. This includes displays at retail stores, booths etc, as well creating and selling products using these free designs for example signs to sell in your own shop online and brick and mortar, aprons, napkins etc. These files are FREE that means they may never be used to sell in way shape or form. Please do not alter these designs in any way they must remain as designed originally.
HOW CAN YOU USE THEM:
Use them to create signs, aprons, pictures? & displays for your own homes is perfectly OK. Gift the printable to a friend or family member. Use them to decorate an event or party. As long as the event is not a paid for event you can use them in your d?cor.
I love it when other bloggers or readers share these free printables with their followers! I do have a few rules I ask that you keep in mind when sharing:
Please tag me on any social media platform you may share them on my handle is the same everywhere: The Mountain View Cottage.
You are welcome to share this set of printables in a blog post in the following ways: Only use one image per post. Please only feature one set of The Mountain View Cottage? printables per post if you are doing a round up. Meaning; you cannot link to these printables and then a different set in another post I have shared in a single round up if you happened to use more than one set to decorate a space that’s ok to share. Please do not create a single blog post solely for the purpose of linking to just these printables. If you use them in a space or as inspiration please link back. Please do not use my Pin-able graphic to link to your sight. You can however use a thumbnail of one of my images to create your own collage for a Pin-able graphic.
If you are having a hard time saving these files try the following:
-Open this post in different browsers than your current one and try the steps above.
-Turn off your pop up blocker and then try downloading again.
-Switch from a mobile device to a laptop or Computer and try downloading there.
Lastly ENJOY!!! I cannot wait to see you display these in your homes and I truly love seeing how you use them!
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Thanks so much for stopping by
22 thoughts on “Free Farmhouse Scripture Printables”
Just a comment, "Ester" is spelled Esther, and "Mathew" should be spelled Matthew.
Hello! Just wanted to let you know that the "Perhaps this is the moment" print from the book of Esther is spelled wrong. It’s not Ester.
I’d like to purchase a higher resolution of one of your signs. I’d like a high resolution of the sign "Lord let them see you in me." I’m using it for a class project and I need it to print clearly in a 18×24 in size print. Is it possible to order a high-resolution download?
Really love these…but you spelled Esther wrong. 🙁
These are AWESOME! I just started a women’s Sunday School class. We have been decorating the classroom and these will work perfectly in some frames on one of the walls! THANK YOU for being so generous to those of us who aren’t very creative!!
I absolutely LOVE these! Thank you so much! (Side note: Is the Esther verse is missing the ‘h’ in Esther?)
SO awesome! I wanted something to put in interior french doors windows so it had privacy…. these will be perfect! We have double doors and each have 10 windows…. any chance you have just the background plain so I can print those to space out the scriptures?????? Could you email it to me? olivia@oberdesignworks dot com…. ALL the best in your blogging adventures!
Love these but "Esther" is misspelled ?
Thanks so much for the correction! I have fixed it and uploaded the correct prints!
What size do these print? Trying to find a 16×20
Thank you so much for sharing these. God bless you!
…beautiful in ITS time (not it’s). It’s is a contraction of “it is.”
I am a second grade teacher. I appreciate your comments about homework. I will keep you in mind as I am assigning homework. I keep it pretty simple and do not give much at all but it is good to hear a mommy’s perspective. My baby is 31! Thank you for the beautiful Bible verses. They will look beautiful in my cowboy themed classroom!!! 🙂
Thanks for the beautiful printables. May I know what are the script fonts that you used to create the scriptural printables?
Thanks & God bless.
I excitedly downloaded these with 2 of the verses in mind – one as a gift for my sister and one to frame and keep for myself. Unfortunately, when I opened them and took a closer look, Esther is misspelled and the “it’s” in “He has made everything beautiful in its time” shouldn’t have an apostrophe. I’m so disappointed because I can’t use either of them. 🙁 I hope you’ll correct them so they are useable. They are all BEAUTIFUL!
Thank you for the free printable s
Can I purchase 10 or 12 printables for a book of radio parables I have written and taped for local radio WYLF. Each parable is approximately 200 words and an edited version of parables posted on my blog http://www.contemporary parables.com. I will use printables to mark individual sections of the book, e.g., Jesus, Apostles, Christmas, Devil, Love, etc. I will give you credit for your work.
Actually, even though the English language Bibles spell the name Esther, Ester is also correct as it is spelled that way if directly transliterated from the Hebrew. Likewise for Mathew. In looking at the prints it would be very easy to add a second t in Mathew by hand if one wants. The apostrophe in it’s can also be readily added by hand to make that correction.
The prints are very nice, Haley. Thanks for sharing them!
We are looking for different scripture words to print and laminate. They will be for nursing home residents quarantined in their rooms during this pandemic. Is it possible that we could print these in a small amount to give hope to these people?
Lovely printables. One comment from January of 2018 says you have made the corrections and replaced the documents with the corrected versions. However, I just downloaded the printables, and all the mentioned mistakes are still there (EstHer, its, MatThew). Thank you.
Thank you so much. Can’t wait to decorate my hallway with them.
Thank you very much for sharing these!