Free Digital Scrapbook WordArt – Isaiah 49:1

Yesterday, June 22nd, was the due date for our 2nd child. A flood of emotions has overwhelmed me as I try to imagine what our life would be like right now if I wouldn’t have had a miscarriage, while at the same time I am trying not to think too much about it.

In spite of the sadness that is still there, I am doing okay right now. But I am hugging Adrianna a little closer, a little longer, and a little tighter these days. I am so thankful for the wonderful child I do have and for my supportive husband.

Anyways, after my miscarriage in November I made a scrapbook page using one of our ultrasound pictures. Though it took me two days and I cried the entire time, it was a healing moment for me. I made a WordArt of Isaiah 49:1 for the page that I would like to share. I think this verse is encouraging for both expectant mothers in good, healthy situations or for those grieving the loss of a child.

My Scrapbook Page:

Our Second Child

Credits: Paper & Elements from Shabby Princess‘ Urban Kiwi Kit

Click on the Word Art preview to be taken my no-wait download page.
No Reimer Reason - Isaiah 49:1 WordArt - Click to be taken to download page

Thank you for letting me share with you.

27 Responses to Free Digital Scrapbook WordArt – Isaiah 49:1

  1. Grammy says:

    This verse has taken on a new and personal meaning for me since you brought it to our attention. Such a wonderful and precious thought, that the Creator of the Universe, Who also creates each little life, knows that tiny person by name.

    May you take comfort in knowing that little life is with Him.

  2. Lea says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

  3. I am so sorry for your loss, but how wonderful that despite your pain you can see God’s plan for your little one and realize that His love is greater than anything we can imagine. Thank you for sharing this beautiful verse with everyone.

    Be Blessed,

  4. kate says:

    thanx! a very touching, sweet layout

  5. Donna says:

    I know your child is watching over you and your family. I also lost a child when she was 17. My heart breaks for you and know that with time, the pain will turn into beautiful thoughts and memories. God Bless You!

  6. Paige says:

    What a perfect word from our Heavenly Father to comfort you during this time! Thanks for sharing the l/o. It is beautiful.

    Peace be with you,
    Paige 🙂

  7. Stacy says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss.

  8. April says:

    Your layout is beautiful. While I haven’t lost a child, I did go through a time where my Doctors felt that a miscarriage was eminent. The fear, sadness and helplessness was a horrible experience. I thank God everyday for letting me raise my beautiful girl. I know the pain will never disappear but God will help you and one day you will be together again.

  9. Connie says:

    I’m so sorry for your loss. May God give you comfort.
    Thank you for sharing this.

  10. Shannon says:

    Thank you for your transparency and willingness to share the sad parts of life too. I really believe that Jesus is always close and he cares for the broken-hearted. May there be great healing in your life and those whom the Lord brings to your blog.

  11. Alaina says:

    Thank you so much for sharing and for sharing your pain! I lost a daughter 5 years ago–she was stillborn at 24 weeks of pregnancy…my heart breaks for your loss and knows your pain…the Lord used my loss to give birth to Tiny Purpose, a ministry for moms who have suffered miscarriage, stillbirth or early infant death…check out our website and may you be reminded that the Lord has a purpose for both your sweet baby’s life and yours–he’s still in control! Best wishes to you for the future!

  12. Carissa says:

    I am just bawling you page is absolutely beautiful. It made all of the emotions of losing my child at 10 weeks come back. After 3 years and we are still battling infertility the due date and her heaven date are still the hardest and don’t get any easier.

  13. jgirl1039 says:

    Amber, thank you for allowing us to see a glimpse into your emotions about such a difficult subject. While I cannot even begin to imagine how hard the 22nd was for you, I do appreciate your willingness to talk about it. You are a wonderful and true friend.

  14. I too am sorry for your loss. Only a mother knows and understands how it feels to lose a child. Jeremiah 29:11 says, “I know the plans I have for you to prosper you and not to harm you, but to give you hope and a future. May God bless you and your family and comfort your heart.

  15. jehan says:

    i am sorry for your loss. may you always find comfort in god’s loving embrace. godbless you & your family.

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  17. Crystal Belle says:

    Thank you so much for this. Pregnancy and infant loss is something no one should ever have to deal with..We lost our Harmony september 11,2006,Im so sorry for your loss.I will be thinking of you.

  18. Vivayne says:

    Thank you so very much for sharing, beautiful verse, beautiful words. My prayers are with you…

  19. Stephanie says:

    Thank you for sharing. I just found out today that I am having a miscarriage and this is my second one in the past 6 months. I know God’s will and plan for our lives is perfect and trust that someone in heaven is holding these precious babies for me.

  20. Hi Stephanie,

    Thank you for your comment. I am so very sorry to hear of your loss. I know how a child is precious and loved by their mother from the very first moment. I do take comfort in knowing that our blessed children are being held by Jesus himself and I try to remind myself of this on the difficult days. I will be thinking of and praying for you tonight.

    And to everyone else too, your wonderful comments and words of support mean so much. Thank you for taking the time to leave me your encouragement. It really means a lot!

  21. Kirs says:

    Oh love the layouts.. thanks for sharing these.

  22. Jan says:

    Thank you for sharing this beautiful page and the word art with us. I am currently scrapping a baby album for our son, who was born prematurely and grew his wings a year ago. Scrapping has really been healing and therapeutic for me.

    I am sorry for the loss of your little one. Thank you for sharing and helping others who also travel this difficult road.

  23. Bev says:

    Thankyou for the wordart and the inspiration you have given me to use it…My daughter was “blessed” to be in the right place at the right time (definately the hand of God) and gave birth to our only grandaughter, who we prayed for over 15 years, and the last of 8 grandchildren. She was born at 25 weeks with no problems, and we give thanks to our wonderful Father in Heaven daily for her, knowing that so many others have not been blessed in the same way. No, I haven’t lost a child, but know the feeling of waiting for months for whatever God may send our way, and gathering strength daily to cope with the worst. One of my other daughters did miscarry several times. Bless you for your talent and for sharing your faith in the Lord.

  24. Francine Tallent says:

    Thank you so much!! Your work is amazing. I am brand new to digital and it was xmas day for me today!!! I especially wanted to thank you for this scripture word art. May God continue to bless you in all your endeavers.

  25. Amber says:

    Thank you everyone for taking the time to leave me comments and encouragement. You have no idea how much your words touch my heart. I am always so sorry to hear of others who have walked the same road in losing a child. I pray a special blessing for each of you. Our children are together in the arms of Jesus and we will meet them again one day. I look forward to that day.

  26. Donna says:

    I don’t have a website, but I wanted to let you know that I agree with this scripture soldidly! My granddaughter got pregnant and I got word of her getting an abortion, so I went to her and showed her this scripture. She cried and we prayed, she didn’t have an abortion, she was so confused about it. She wasn’t a teenager either. She was scared, but now she has the most beautiful little girl, with great big blue eyes and blonde curly hair. She’s just precious!
    Thank you for your beautiful scripture word art! I use them in things I make.

    God bless you!

  27. Hi Donna,

    I am so happy to hear that your granddaughter’s story has a happy ending, with the wonderful blessing of a sweet little girl. I am glad you had the courage to talk to her and encourage her. Babies are precious and loved, even before their birth. I strongly believe that.

    I am glad you are able to use the word art. Thank you for taking the time to leave me a comment today; it greatly encouraged me. 🙂


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