"i am a child of God" print

For Christmas my husband and I follow the "three gift" rule. Other than stockings and a family gift from Santa (bikes and a bike trailer this year), we each get three gifts to represent the three gifts that the wise men presented to Jesus. These gifts are: something joyful, something needful, and something meaningful. Well, for the kiddos this year, the joyful and needful gifts were easy. They each a toy and a new sweatshirt from Mike's alma mater... but how do you pick a meaningful gift for a 3 1/2 and 1 1/2 year old? I mean really, nothing is going to seem meaningful to them at this point. Then I remembered all those "I Am a Child of God" prints I'd seen on Pinterest ({here}, {here} and {here} for example); So I decided to make some for my kids for their meaningful gifts this year.
By the way, I've also recently rearranged little Miss' room and finished hanging things on the wall (finally!!) in preparation for little-baby-sister-in-mommy's-tummy (as she is known around our house) so I'll have to take an updated shot of that for ya as well.
I printed up 5 x 7" baby pictures and then printed up the wording onto vellum paper and just placed that in front of the photos. The fonts I used for little Miss' print are Georgia and Some Weatz Symbols, which is a free download.

For my little dove I used My Own Topher and KG Skinny Latte, both free font downloads.

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