If you remember how in April of this year during General Conference, President Monson said,
To you parents of young children, may I share with you some sage advice from President Spencer W. Kimball. Said he: “It would be a fine thing if … parents would have in every bedroom in their house a picture of the temple so [their children] from the time [they are] infant[s] could look at the picture every day [until] it becomes a part of [their lives]. When [they reach] the age that [they need] to make [the] very important decision [concerning going to the temple], it will have already been made.”
Well needless to say I've felt like a sinner since we moved in, because my daughter didn't have a picture of the temple in her room. My son has a picture of the Logan Temple, so I wanted my daughter to have the Salt Lake Temple.
Lil' Luna has a great tutorial of cute temple art. I've been waiting to try it for probably a year. I mixed it up a bit, you know I can't follow directions! Anyway, I "save as"-ed the picture from Lil' Luna, then turned it a pink/purple-ish hue, printed for 10 cents on Winkflash, to a 5x7. Then bought a frame at Hobby Lobby, painted it green and purple, with purple/pinkish sparkles. I love variegated paint jobs. Then I found some ribbon in my closet that was first used on the vases from by brother's wedding lunch, right after his marriage in the Salt Lake Temple. But the green was too green with variegated paint, so I streaked purple paint on the ribbon to match the frame.
Lil' Luna's tutorial is so great, its everything that is wonderful about the internet. Great free pictures of the temple. I wanted a picture of the Denver Temple so I used the antique non- word for my living room.