'Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus Wooden Hymn Art

'Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus Wooden Hymn Art

from 35.00

Our wooden hymn art is handmade with love by Kayla Currier, owner of Live Oak Boutique. 

Each hymn has been transferred to a whitewashed wooden art panel. You will notice distressing on some of the letters and notes, which gives the art piece a beautiful vintage, shabby chic look. See additional details below!

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In 1880, the husband of Louisa Stead, author of “’Tis So Sweet to Trust in Jesus” drowned. Two years later, this hymn was published. It is widely believed that she wrote this hymn in response to the peace she found in trusting Jesus despite her sorrow. Mrs. Stead went on to serve for many years as a missionary in Africa. *Reference Hymnary.org

Add meaningful art to your home or give the sentimental gift of a cherished memory with our Wooden Hymn Art Collection. These wooden hymn art pieces are a beautiful addition to a gallery wall or propped up on a nightstand or mantel.

Hymn Art Size Options:

  • Petite: 6 x 8 x 1.5 = $35.00

  • Original: 11 x 14 x 1.5 = $45.00


Available Hymns: 

  • Amazing Grace

  • Blessed Assurance

  • In The Garden

  • It Is Well With My Soul

  • Jesus Loves Me, This I Know

  • The Old Rugged Cross

  • Tis So Sweet To Trust In Jesus

  • When We All Get To Heaven


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The Story Behind Our Wooden Hymn Art Collection

Hymns bring back such sweet memories. For me, memories of going to the little Baptist church in Vega, Texas with my mom and brothers, sitting close to the front row, trying our best to behave. For my mom, hymnals bring back sweet memories of her Grandmother singing in the kitchen. For many, hymns have a way of bringing back cherished memories of loved ones who have already gone home to be with Jesus.  I wanted to create beautiful timeless art that brings back cherished memories and reminds us of the gospel. 
— Kayla Currier