This was so satisfying to watch. You might not think you can write like this but with practise you can. Something to keep you busy during the summer break or isolation.
I used my Brother Scan'n'cut to cut out the lettering for this easy Christmas card but you could print out the letters on the computer, draw them by hand or buy some pre-cut letters from the craft store. I fixed them to the card with double sided tape. The blank cards were from K-Mart.
Here are some cute scripture gifts that you could make for Christmas. The classes are online ($16US) or you could just use this introduction video as inspiration and design your own.
I've included the introduction video at the bottom where Jillian introduces the Gratitude project, links to free prompts and the products she uses. Don't wait for the holidays - get your craft on and get grateful.
It's school holidays so why not try creating a hand lettered Bible verse. You can buy cheap water colour paints from K-Mart.
I'm not great at drawing so I love the idea of using stamps, stickers and wash tape to Bible journal. If you don't have a journaling Bible you could just use a notebook.
Creative Faith & Co have made these free Faith Over Fear Printables in response to the Coronavirus. You can find the blog at http://creativefaithandco.com.
I love these mini books. They are a great creative outlet and a fun way to journal and meditate on God's Word. Unfortunately I don't think you can buy the Less Hustle, More Jesus craft kit in Australia but you could use any scrapbooking paper and accessories. You can download and print our free Identity Kit (just cut the pages in half) and make your own mini book.
Short and sweet inspirations for Christian teen girls.