So, the big news I mentioned previously, YAY it’s finally time to share!! You may know that each month I design exclusive die cuts and stamp sets for Creative Retreat embellishment kit club. Well, I recently had the opportunity to purchase the company, and I took a leap of faith and pounced on it! I am so excited to share the new site (www.creativeretreatkits.com) and the great changes we’re making!
Either way, you can continue to follow Project Faith™ right here at DYD and enjoy FREE weekly pocket card downloads! This week’s Project Faith™ was inspired by the beautiful song “Oceans.” I chose some of my favorite lyrics from the song to create a pair of pocket cards. I love this diagonal color block look, and I’m thrilled with the way these turned out!
I hope they inspire you this week to be lead by the Spirit wherever He would call you. Click the image below to download!
This week marks half a year of Project Faith™! I have to admit the weekly devotional/design time has been inspiring and therapeutic for me, and I thank you for joining me along the way! Let’s keep it going…
Today we have a very special guest designer – the Hubs! He is a graphic designer as well as our family’s spiritual leader. His faith and wisdom often guides me when I’m feeling
anxious, selfish, scared, lost. Some time ago he created this graphic following a particularly inspiring sermon, and I’ve recreated it as a pocket card.
The original scripture says,
“But David found strength in the Lord his God.” – 1 Samuel 30:6
The sermon which the cards are based on encouraged the congregation to personalize the passage by exchanging “David” for “I” and “his” for “my.”
“But I found strength in the Lord my God.” Then take it a step further. “Strength” can be exchanged with so many attributes!
Click the image below to download & have a great weekend.
Well, it was bound to happen… I missed last week’s Project Faith™ post! I nearly made it 6 months, but it finally happened. With very good reason. Lot of exciting stuff around here. SOME of which is scrapbooking related and I CAN NOT wait to share with you, but I must. Just a couple more weeks, and I’ll spill the beans – promise.
In the meantime, I am sharing TWO weeks worth of Project Faith™ with you today! Four unique 3″ x 4″ journal cards, which are centered around the most amazing message I heard last week. If you haven’t yet heard of the N Commandments, let me share them with you. Some of you may be familiar with Andy Stanley. The N Commandments are his own series, and I won’t do the concept justice so it’s probably best if you watch:
This sermon in particular has helped me several times already just in the last week, and I hope it inspires you, too. Click on the image below to download your free journal card set to coordinate with his message. Enjoy!
Summer is in full swing around here, and this week I am enjoying a very spoiled vacation. The good kind of spoiled. 😉 In the midst of it all, Hubs and I have been talking a lot about our earthly comforts, and to a point feeling selfish and guilty, for having. We’ve resolved to be prayerful and to keep our eyes open for ways to give back. How are we uniquely talented and positioned in life to shine His light for others?
This was the inspiration behind this week’s Project Faith™ card set. We are blessed to be a blessing. While “blessings” is a broad term, which we often use to mean earthly comforts, health, happiness, etc, it’s not exclusive. We aren’t blessed because of these things. If we have nothing in the world, we do have His love and forgiveness, so we can show others the same grace.
I hope you enjoy this week’s cards, and as always, thank you for your support of this blog and card series! Click the image below to download.
A couple of my relatives have had some difficult medical issues this past week. I was inspired by their struggles to select this passage for Project Faith™ Week 22. I hope you find this verse as inspirational as I do, and I hope it helps you this week!
Click the image below to download: