Hi, friends. We are so excited about the Illustrated Faith Devotional Kits! I am in love with it and I know you will fall in love with it also!
So, let’s unpack it and answer some of your questions!
What are these? When are they available?
Can I really do this if I’m not an “artist”?
What’s inside? What’s the price? How do I get started?
First, what exactly are the monthly Illustrated Faith Devotional Kits?
Open your kit, and you’ll find a curated box filled with fun, inspirational Illustrated Faith Bible journaling goodies. A new kit will be available each month exclusively on DaySpring.com, each containing new varieties of supplies, new stamp colors, and a fresh, new devotional to guide you through illustrating your faith. Collect each one! Hurry, though, because quantities are limited each month, and when they’re gone, they’re gone!
When are they available?
Watch for a new kit to launch around the middle of each month! Our August kit, called “I Am Strong,” is available now. Be on the lookout for our September kit, available mid-August. (Stay tuned to @DaySpringCards and @IllustratedFaith Instagram sneak peeks of the September kit as well.)
I am not an artist! Can I do this?
Absolutely, yes! Yes, you can. You do not have to be an “artist” (whatever that means anyway). In fact, say it with us: “Yes I can do this!” Don’t let fear of failure or perfectionism limit you! It’s not about doing a perfectly designed page; it’s about connecting with the Word in a fresh, new way, spending time with God and worshipping him creatively and authentically.
What’s inside? What’s the price?
Open your box on each monthly kit, and you’ll be so excited to see all the fun contents. As you open the lid, you’ll find a card washi-taped to the lid with a quick note from Illustrated Faith Founder Shanna Noel. Delicately placed in a colorful nest of shredded paper, you’ll find: a
- a devotional booklet with 14 devotions,
- a clear stamp collection,
- a stamp pad,
- one sheet of cut-outs,
- a roll of washi tape,
- a package of three Scripture Sharables,
- a sticker,
- and a beautiful bow clip.
Each item coordinates beautifully with this month’s kit and devotional theme and helps you take your thoughts and ideas from the devotional to the margins of your Bible. And at just $29.99, you’ll also get a great value on this collection!
What do I do with all this? How do I get started?
Don’t worry, I will tell you!
This is my medium utility tote from Thirty-One all packed for the Illustrated Faith Workshops I teach!
Are you new to Illustrated Faith and Bible journaling?
That’s OK! Just relax and have fun with it, and we’ll be happy to help. You’ll need a journaling Bible or your favorite journal. Next, think about trying it with some friends! (For help with that, see our article “How to Host an Illustrated Faith Girls’ Night”.) Or grab your Bible and supplies, and jump in and try it yourself!
Finally, keep checking back to the Illustrated Faith page on DaySpring.com for more supplies and resources to help you illustrate your faith! And we’d love to see your work! Feel free to post your favorite pages on Instagram and tag @DaySpringCards (or on ourFacebook page), and we might just share your masterpiece! Don’t forget to add hashtags #DaySpring and #IllustratedFaith.
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Learn more about Illustrated Faith at DaySpring.com!
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