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Acts 2:46 Art – “They Broke Bread”

Popping in today to share my kitchen dressed up for Autumn.   And, I’m featuring some of my favorite Mary & Martha items in this post –  the Acts 2:46 Tea Towel that I framed, and the Grace & Gratitude Pitcher & Platter.  I’ll post the links to these products below.
Acts 2:46 Tea Towel Art
This year I decided to keep things simple in the kitchen and dining room and used mainly pumpkins and produce found at the local farmer’s market.
Acts 2:46 Tea Towel Art
The flavors of fall – pumpkin, apple, pecan and more – can be summed up in one word – YUM!
Acts 2:46 Tea Towel Art
Baby boo pumpkins fit perfectly on the window sill.
Acts 2:46 Tea Towel Art
My vintage ironing board found a new home in the kitchen.  I moved the antique bucket bench to a new space and will share that soon!  The Acts 2:46 artwork is actually a tea towel from Mary & Martha.   The tea towel is quite large at 25 x 29 1/4″.  I ironed it and used a lightweight spray adhesive to attach it to a 24″ x 24″  artist canvas I picked up from Michaels.  Then I made a simple wood frame with a 24″ x 24″ inch opening to fit the canvas.  The tea towel artwork is by Lindsay Letters and if you look at the gorgeous art on their website, this is really quite a value for the size.
Acts 2:46 Tea Towel Art
I picked up the blue Hubbard squash, Snow Ball pumpkin, and a pale green and cream gourd because I thought they looked so pretty together.
I’m sure I looked strange to the other shoppers as I held up various gourds and pumpkins to see which I liked the most!!!
Thanks for stopping by today to see my fall kitchen!  I’ll be back soon to share the rest of my fall home – see you then!
Below are the links to purchase the featured items from Mary & Martha.
Acts 2:46 Art

Alyssa Corley

Saturday 3rd of September 2016

I love white pumpkins. The craft store didn't really have any that I liked so I think I'm going to find some and just paint them white

Doreen Cagno

Tuesday 6th of September 2016

Hi! We did that a few years ago for my son and daughter-in-law's wedding. She wanted the tiny white pumpkins for place cards - we needed 150! It was cheaper to buy the tiny orange ones and paint them white!! We used chalk paint and they looked great! Have fun!

Angela Linzay

Wednesday 13th of April 2016

Love the tea towel in a frame!! I was also wondering (just like everyone else ?), how big the frame is. I would love to know since yours is the only one that I've seen that I've liked.

Have a blessed day!!

Doreen Cagno

Wednesday 13th of April 2016

Hi, Angela. Thanks so mucn - I know a lot of people have done the same thing! I used a 24" x 24" square canvas. To make this work, I used a seam ripper to open up the side seams so the fabric was just a bit wider to fit the 24" canvas better (I didn't want a seam visible). Once the side stitches were removed, I pressed the fabric and attached it to the canvas. Then, my husband made me a simple wood frame to fit the 24 x 24 canvas. We are working on a tutorial for making a frame yourself - since I get so many requests from this post! I should have that ready by next week.


Saturday 7th of November 2015

Just bought this tea towel -- in love, just wondering what size you purchased? I think it will have to be custom since the size of the tea towel is 23.5 X 28


Friday 25th of September 2015

Would love info on the frames as well!


Thursday 16th of July 2015

I am also wondering what size of frame was used for the tea towel? Thanks so much for your help! Everything looks beautiful! :)