If you’re like most parents, you want to decorate your baby’s room with cute furniture and artwork. If your household is religious, you might like the idea of incorporating biblical elements. One really cute and easy way to do this is by framing a printed bible verse with a design that suits the color or theme of your baby’s nursery. I love these 8 Bible verse printables because they are modern yet classic. They would add an artsy touch of scriptural style to any child’s room.
source: Seeds of Faith Designs
1. Be Strong & Courageous (Joshua 1:9)
Perfect for a boy’s nursery with an airplane or transportation theme, this printable reminds little ones to put on a brave face. It’s a great reminder for parents too!
See the entire Seeds of Faith Designs printables collection on their website.
source: On Sutton Place
2. Clothed With Strength & Dignity (Proverbs 31)
This inspiring verse is lovely for little girls. The rich colors and flower details at the top of the printable are beautiful, which enhances the look of this design.
Available in two versions, you’ll find this printable at the On Sutton Place website.
source: Hope Ink
3. My Words Will Never Pass Away (Matthew 24:35)
Maybe I am biased because I love rainbows, but I think this fun, colorful printable is a great choice. It’s youthful looking, and the rainbow is a wonderful symbol of God’s promise (which is why I love it!).
Find more scripture art printables at Hope Ink.
4. Power, Love and Self Discipline (2 Timothy 1:7)
If you want something feminine and encouraging for your baby girl, I love this! Not only is the Bible verse great, the colors and design of the printable are chic, modern and just darling.
Download and print this at chelsileigh.com.
source: the Well Nourished Nest
5. Obey Your Parents in Everything (Colossians 3:20)
Ok, I think I need to print and hang this in my children’s rooms! It’s a great reminder for kids to be obedient and respectful of their parents.
This printable is available in three fun designs at the Well Nourished Nest.
6. I Knew You Before I Formed You (Jeremiah 1:5)
What I love about this verse is the reference to the mother’s womb. It’s such a powerful reminder of God’s beautiful creation, the importance of mothers and the miracle of growing a life inside of you.
Get the link to this printable by checking out unoriginalmom.com.
source: Kimberly Geswein Fonts
7. An Anchor For the Soul (Hebrews 6:19)
Firm and secure is hope when you trust in the Lord. I love the metaphorical undertones of this passage, and I think it would look adorable in a nursery with a nautical theme. Anchors aweigh!
Kimberly Geswein Fonts has a few more great bible verse printables you should check out.
source: On Sutton Place
8. Love Never Fails (1 Corinthians 13)
So simple, yet so true. This verse is one of the most popular in the bible (did you have it read at your wedding?). And with this printable’s sweet pastel colors, your little lovebug’s room will sure look lovely.
Head over to On Sutton Place for more inspiring frame-worthy designs.