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Trust in the Lord Pillow Cover

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Trust in the Lord Pillow Cover

Regular price $30.00
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We created this hand-crafted, canvas pillow cover with a sweet reminder from Proverbs 3:5, which reads, “Trust in the Lord.”

This 16” x 16” pillow cover in a natural color was designed to complement a variety of home decor styles. This pillow cover makes the perfect gift to give a friend or use anywhere in your home as a reminder to trust in the Lord for all things.

Special Notes: 

* This listing is for the pillow cover only. A 16” x 16” pillow insert can be purchased from your local home and decorating store or from an online retailer.

* Variations may occur due to the nature of natural canvas.

* Due to the hand-crafted nature of the cover, we recommend washing gently by hand.

* If ironing is needed, iron inside out on low heat.

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LOVE IT!!

Such a beautiful reminder to see daily on our sofa!

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Laura L.

Trust in the Lord Pillow Cover

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Abigail H.
Love it!

I love the pillow cover! Its the perfect addition to my living room!

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Brittany H.
Truly beautiful Christian decór

This was my first purchase from The Daily Grace Co. and I absolutely love my Proverbs 3:5 pillow cover! Always reminded daily to "Trust in the Lord with all of my heart." God bless!

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Bianca O.
The font is beautiful but...

Totally my fault because I didn’t understand what “canvas” color meant, I assumed it meant a bright white like a primed canvas but I learned (after purchasing) that it means more like a burlap/light khaki color. Personally I think the photos were misleading since they were blown out with brightness and the pillows appeared white. I was disappointed because they didn’t go with my decor, I needed them to be white. However the cover itself was sturdy and the font and verse are beautiful, I just couldn’t use it. I’ll be gifting it or trying to sell it to a friend instead.