I, on the other hand, made an Isaiah banner.
I've declared "Isaiah Days" as holidays in my class. Anytime we read from Isaiah (as in the Old Testament prophet Isaiah), there will be treats.
I happen to love Isaiah. LOVE. I don't worry about whether I understand it all - I love the language and the imagery that I do get (this is King James Version, of course - none of that modern prose for us). I want the students in my class to feel that same love. Or at least drool whenever they hear him quoted. I've threatened to make them sing "For Unto Us a Child Is Born," but so far they've only had to listen to it.
Today we ate warm apple crisp. They now ask if they can't read a little Isaiah with every class...
In case you like fonts, I used Olduvai for the letters, and Blue Goblet Frames for the swirly frames. I like Blue Goblet ornaments, frames, and vignettes almost as much as Isaiah; they're designed by Cory Godbey, who hosts the Terrible Yellow Eyes site.
(I also made Halloween decorations, but it's a better story if I ONLY made this, don't you think?)