Personalized Family Manifesto Poster

I want our home to be a welcoming place to our family and friends.  I strive to have a warm and friendly atmosphere {complete with kids toys strewn around!}  I love when people comment how pretty and comfortable our home is.  One of the ways that I create the warmth in our home is by hanging lots of family photos and prints that echo phrases and verses that echo our family values.I was so happy to review the Personalized Family Manifesto from Life Manifesto.  The text reads as follows:

We are best friends. In our home you are loved, wanted, appreciated, and cherished no matter what.

You are safe to be vulnerable. To be silly. To vent your frustrations. To share your emotions, struggles, and embarrassments.

We encourage you to dream big, and we do everything possible to make your dreams come true.

We give you confidence to venture into the world and get knocked down. Come back to us. We comfort, heal, and strengthen you. And whisk you back out the door with a smile on your face, the dream glistening in your eyes, courage beating in your heart.

We believe in you. We’re on your team. In your corner. Your biggest fans. Cheering our hearts out for you to reach, strive, leave it all on the field, become who you were born to become.

We are family: united, unbreakable, eternal.

Isn’t that an awesome print?!

The print arrived in a tube, wrapped in plastic as extra protection.  The print is sized 16×20 and was easy to fit into a standard 16×20 frame.  The paper is a sturdy, heavy weight that didn’t crease or bend while I was looking for the perfect frame and held it up to numerous choices before settling on this one:

 

Our personalized family manifesto print is hanging in our dining room, where the words remind us daily of how we’d like to encourage each other and everyone who enters our home.  I love it!

Buy It:
You can purchase your choice of manifestos here. There are SIX versions to choose from!

 

About the Author

Aurie Good is a pastor's wife, a "retired" youth minister, and probably the most relaxed mom that you'll ever meet! She blogs at Our Good Life about life as a homeschooling mom to her two girly toddlers and all the fun that comes with being a foster parent. She is married to her best friend and consider the simple life that they've created absolute bliss!

Comments

  1. Sarah Yurga says:

    Our family finds the word “respect” really important.

  2. cheree ritter says:

    I would put “hope, faith, grace” Those are the middle names of my daughters

  3. Chasity Boatman says:

    I would include the word “blessed”

  4. loyal

  5. Carrie Phelps says:

    Inspire!

  6. I would add in ‘Blessed and Highly Favored’ as that seems to be the motto that gets us through the tough times. 😀

  7. Trung Nguyen says:

    My family value “love, respect, trust”

  8. Jenny Lamb says:

    Love – it this the center of our family. Jesus taught it and we follow it!

  9. Always be yourself, don`t change for anyone.

  10. Honor

  11. I’d include “unconditional”.

  12. “Speak the truth, even if your voice shakes”

  13. susan varney says:

    my word would be eternally

  14. Christy Anderson says:

    Spend time with those you love.

  15. Love Makes a House a Home

  16. Charlotte Jacobs says:

    Our family word would be Givers

  17. Charlotte Jacobs says:

    I am looking for new pictures for our Living Room wall..this would be awesome

  18. Thao Nguyen says:

    “Forgive, Understanding, Love” are the words I want

  19. I would love to have something about laughter in there. It echos down our halls daily and it is the most precious sound!

  20. Amanda K. says:

    “Together we can” has always been our motto.

  21. Love conquers all

  22. Candice Hull says:

    I would definitely put something in about Faith in God and blessings. I love your manifesto! And, I love the Willow Tree-I collect them 😀
    Thank you!

  23. Anna Maloy says:

    I would include the word “Love”

  24. Beth Palacios says:

    I would include the word “Humor”. Our family is always laughing. :)

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