Monday, March 1, 2010

CTR Towel

in my church at the age of 8, a child is baptised. baptism is a personal covenant between you and God. at that age, their primary (sunday school) class is called the CTR's. CTR means CHOOSE THE RIGHT and this is the emblem that associates with that saying... when i came across a CTR towel and poem on the Made with Love and Glue blog, i had to bookmark it in my favorites in hopes i'd get to make one soon! so when i found out that a friends son had made the important decision to be baptised, i knew i just had to make this for his special day! there's a poem that goes along with the towel that just fits it so well! here are my digiscrap versions of it...


if you're interested in making this, here's the tutorial she offers. it's great! she also has links for the CTR emblem and poem. happy appliquing!

13 comments:

Lisa said...

To Whom It May Concern:

Kathryn is the most AMAZINGLY talented, most selfless person I have ever (not even) met yet!! Lol!

Seriously, girl- thank you! You are so kind. :)

Misty said...

I've got this project bookmarked to do for when my daughter turns 8 in June!! I can't wait!

I'd love it if you'd consider linking any of your sewing projects at my "Sew Cute Tuesday" link party! I started it as a way to get some sewing project ideas. You can check it out at http://thecreativeitchboutique.blogspot.com

Kaysi said...

This is great. I love that a lot of us craft bloggers are LDS, because I love all of these ideas. I'll have to try this soon, my oldest is now in a CTR class

Ruth H. said...

Okay, I've heard of a baptism towel, but I've never heard of the cute CTR applique on one. (Hmmm....I must live a long way from Utah!) This is a great idea. Thanks for sharing.

Jessica said...

Go CTR's! :) This is a sweet idea! Thanks for sharing!

The Persimmon Perch said...

I love the idea of a special towel to remember the day. Great job. Thanks for sharing with Made it Monday! Jules

Denise said...

Great job!
Following you over from Shabby Chic Cottage!
I am a follower!
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Bonnie @ House of Grace said...

Great post!!! Cute!!
Bonnie
http://creatingahouseofgrace.blogspot.com

Leigh of Bloggeritaville said...

What a priceless keepsake!!!!
Thanks for linking up to Thrifty Thursday this week! I hope you will come back to visit me soon. If you haven't already, be sure to enter the giveaway.

Have a wonderful weekend.
HUGS!
Leigh
Tales from Bloggeritaville
www.lbratina.blogspot.com

Le Chateau des fleurs said...

YAY! What a lovely blog!!! I am LDS too. Can we be friends?
I am a follower now. Come see my blog.
www.lechateaudesfleurs.blogspot.com

Frenchy :)

Its So Very Cheri said...

That is very creative.

Thanks for posting to the party.

My favs will be up this evening.

Cheri www.itssoverycheri.com

Have you re-signed up to follow me at the new site. If not you won;t get my updates. Blame Google not me-I don't know why they want to keeo my followers-like what are they going to do with them--REALLY.

Andy Porter said...

What a great way to make such a memorable occasion so sweet! Thanks for linking to Creative Cats this last week!

Julie Bagamary said...

What a great and beautiful creation.