Bible Journaling with Illustrated Faith’s Fruit of the Spirit Collection


Hi, friends! My schedule is a bit off  because of our church’s VBS program this week, but I didn’t want to let a week go by without sharing a new bible journaling process video! So here we are.

I’ve had the inspiration for this entry rolling around in my head for a few weeks and I was excited to finally get to sit down and create my page.


One day after a bible journaling sesh I noticed these Faber Castell brush pens grouped together on the end of my desk. I thought, wow, I really like the way those colors look together! I snapped a quick photo on my phone (so I wouldn’t forget) and cleaned up my desk. [from left to right: Light Flesh, Middle Purple Pink, Light Green and Phthalo Green]

And today I was ready to make that page! I looked through my stash to see what product more or less matched the brush pens and landed on the Fruit of the Spirit collection from Illustrated Faith and Bella Blvd. I sifted through the paper pieces first and pulled out the elements that matched.


I then went to the patterned papers, grabbed the 3×4 stamp set and my journaling bible. The first fruit of the Spirit listed in Galatians 5:22 is love, and I’m not calling it a series, but how fun would it be to journal through each fruit listed in verses 22 and 23?!

But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law.


In addition to the Fruit of the Spirit collection, I pulled some favorites to help create this entry in Mark 12:31. The Illustrated Faith highlighter washi, watercolors and journaling pen are things I reach for over and over.


I didn’t necessarily use each brush pen on the page, but I wanted to make sure each color was represented. I did end up using the Middle Purple Pink brush pen as the ink for the adorable strawberry stamp. You can see here how my page came together-it was so fun to make!

What about you? Where do you find inspiration for your bible journaling entries? I’d love to know-feel free to share in the comments below!

See you Wednesday!

❤ Jillian


Stronger Together | Bible Journaling Process Video

Hi, friend! It’s so nice to be back with a new process video. (I’m sure I’ve said that before, but it’s SO true!)


Today I’m sharing an entry in Ecclesiastes 4:9-12 using the Stronger Together devotional kit from Illustrated Faith and DaySpring.

“Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their labor:” Ecclesiastes 4:9 (NIV)


As I read this passage and the corresponding devotional card I was reminded of this quote I read in Lysa TerKeurst’s Finding I AM bible study,

“The enemy knows if he can isolate us, he can intimidate us. Confuse us. Deceive us.”


In community we can spot the lies that our friends often can’t see. In community we can fight together in prayer. In community we can share each other’s struggles and encourage one another.

I’m not sure about you, but that sounds way better to me than trying to just get by on my own. We were made for this. We were made for community.


“Though one may be overpowered, two can defend themselves. A cord of three strands is not easily broken.” Ecclesiastes 4:12 (NIV)

Thanks so much for joining me today! See you soon!

❤ Jillian

P.S. You can head here to see how this page came together. Or shop the supplies I used for this page via the affiliate links below.

Journaling bible, devotional kit, stencil, distress inks in Wild Honey and Persimmon, mini ink blending tool, Neocolor II in Veronese Green, Faber Castell brush pen in Green Gold, Illustrated Faith tape runner and Basics Bible Journaling Tool Kit.

Wanna see what comes in the kit? Check out my unboxing video here and the corresponding blog post here!

Stronger Together | Illustrated Faith Devotional Kit Unboxing!

Happy Friday, friend! Are you ready for the weekend?! How about a peek at the new Illustrated Faith devotional kit from DaySpring to start your weekend off right?


This month’s kit is called Stronger Together and it’s all about how we are made for community. I am SO excited to dig into this kit because this introvert has personally seen the fruit of friendship over the last year in my ladies’ small group. As I and others forged new friendships we realized this is a part of God’s best for us!


This bright and cheerful kit has eight journaling cards- four with devotional content, questions and prompts to jumpstart your journaling and four lined verse cards perfect for extra journaling space.


There’s also a 3×4 clear stamp set, Shanna’s thank you card and the newer addition- a circle sticker, great for using in your entries or sticking in the front cover of your bible to track which devos you’ve journaled through.


This month we see the return of washi tape- woohoo! The washi included with the kit is pictured on top and I pulled a couple others from my stash that coordinated with the kit.


We have three tip ins this month that are blank on the back- another great place to add some journaling and clip in your bible.


And my favorite- paper pieces! I love the colors and designs of these guys, especially the title starters! And we can’t forget those ADORABLE sunglasses! I’m hoping those sunnies are included with the digital download you’ll receive when you purchase the kit.

There are two stickers sheets also included with this month’s kit, but somehow they escaped the camera. Check out my unboxing video to see a peek of those 😉


Another fun addition to this month’s devotional kit is the option to purchase a 4×6 add-on stamp!

This kit is jam packed with such great bible journaling inspiration and supplies! If you’re new to bible journaling and unsure of where to start, this is a great way to get started. Just add the Basics Tool Kit to your cart and you will have more than everything needed to get started!


In the Basics Tool Kit you’ll find a black ink pad and acrylic block (for stamping) a roller date stamp (for keeping track of when you journaled your entry) a tape runner (for adhering the paper pieces) a bible mat (with so many great uses!) and a journaling pen. Also included is a “how to” guide for each product in the tool kit.

So friend, are you ready to journal through God’s best for us? Speaking life, forgiving, encouraging and praying for one another and worshipping together (to name a few). If so you can get your kit here! Be sure to use code IFSHIPSFREE for free domestic shipping!

See you soon!

❤ Jillian

100 Days of Bible Promises | Process Video Day 41


What’s that you say? A new process video?! That’s right, friend- I’ve got a new process video up on my channel! I’m sharing my day 41 entry from the 100 Days of Bible Promises Devotional Journal by Shanna Noel.


As I mention in the video, this project has been a great stash buster for me. I’m able to use up a lot of things I have left over from previous projects and art supplies I already own 🙂 I also share how I approach an entry each day- first reading the devotional, then noticing the color scheme for the day and so on.

For we are God’s workmanship, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. – Ephesians 2:10 (NIV)

When I read today’s verse, Ephesians 2:10, I remembered working through the This Is Love devotional kit from February with that same verse. And bonus! The colors of the kit went so well with today’s page in the book! So basically, a no brainer 🙂


I used the stamps from the kit to create a hexagon pattern with pigment ink pads and then used Neocolors to create some interest with contrasting colors. (I used colors Moss Green, Salmon and Jade Green)


I also used some 100 Days Print & Pray Shop products like the Art Elements and Vol. 2 Toolbox set.

I’m so tickled to get started making more videos, I have truly missed it and connecting with so many of you! You can watch it here 🙂 See you next time!

❤ Jillian



100 Days of Bible Promises Roundup | Days 29-36

Whew! I feel like I have been on a 100 Days whirlwind! I’ve feverishly been trying to get caught up with all my pages posted here on the blog, like 21 in the last two days! So let’s get started, yea?


Day 29- Be Strong!

I love this little lion. It reminds me of my Nani who loved lions. And when Shawna Clingerman released this Print & Pray Shop set I knew I wanted to use it but, didn’t find an opportunity. Until now.

I journaled after I photographed the page so it does look a little bare, but I embraced the pink and orange theme! I layered some ampersand washi tape from Studio Calico, with the black cross washi from Illustrated Faith and pink and orange wordfetti. I also used the tiny colorful alphas along with one of the 100 Days toolbox words to build my title.


Day 30- Confess and be Healed.

Again with the pink and orange! Today I remembered to use some of the older Illustrated Faith clear cuts pads I have. If you purchased these guys in one of the DaySpring sales and aren’t quite sure how to use them, this is a great place to start! I attach them to my page with a small stapler but you could easily use a roller adhesive or glue stick.

Again I layered wordfetti and washi tape to top off the entry.


Day 31- God’s Plan for You.

Although this is such a reassuring promise for me personally, my page looks kinda…well, blue. But I know His plans for me (and you!) are good and that’s nothing to be sad about 😉

I used the Print & Pray set 100 Days blue collage set along with some Gratitude Documented alpha stickers and a journaling pen– super easy!


Day 32- Living God’s Way in this World

This is another one of my favorites! I think that has everything to do with this older digital set from Brave Little Taylor called Wild About Jesus. And the tone on tone pinks. (I hand cut the heart from a piece of patterned paper). And Katy’s brushed words sticker book.


Day 33- Do Not Be Silent

I read today’s devotional and had thoughts of this microphone from Elaine Davis’ digital set Applause Journal Kit. I paired it with a stamp from the Only One You devotional kit, some Dina Wakley acrylic paint in Peacock and experimented with Liquitex acrylic ink in Quinacridone Magenta. When will I learn that I don’t like pink or red splatters? It just looks violent!


Day 34- Christ Died for You. This was an excellent devotional and I love the Thomas Watson quote Shanna included for the day. Seriously, this should be framed in my living room.

“It is an unseemly sight to see God humbling Himself and man exalting himself; to see a humble Savior and a proud sinner.”

I kept it super simple because I wanted to really focus on the devo and journaling for the day. I used a mix of two Print & Pray sets- Brave Little Taylor’s Red Letter Lent elements and Elaine Davis’ Easter Collage Papers.


Day 35- Christ in You. In light of yesterday’s devotional, this was a really sweet follow up. We are no longer living on our own- Christ is in us!

I was pleasantly surprised with how this entry turned out. Mixed media has been challenging for me in this journal. I did my best to match the colors on the page to the acrylic paint I had on hand and applied it simply with a baby wipe.

I thumbed through the loose paper pieces in my bin and pulled out anything orange or pink- mostly pieces from the You Are Loved collection. I finished it off with enamel hearts and art marks with Neocolors (in Saffron and Purple). Finally, I wanted to brighten up the paint on the page so I mimicked the orange die cut piece and took a white big brush pen to create some dashes over the dried paint. Such a fun page to create!


Day 36- Wait on His Timing. Easier said than done for sure. Living in an instant gratification culture certainly does not help this struggle- I guess that’s another reason to be in the world, but not just like!

I thought of patience immediately (a fruit of the Spirit!) and decided to use pieces from the Fruit of the Spirit collection (the paper pieces and the stamp set). I also added some Doodlebug alpha stickers and enamel hexagons. How have I not been using those hexies until just now?! Mind boggling for sure!

And that’s it! Tell me, if you’re journaling through this devotional what day are you on?I’ll be back with another roundup this Friday (most likely!) and will *almost* be caught up with sharing- fingers crossed!

I hope you guys have a great rest of your week!

❤ Jillian

100 Days of Bible Promises Round Up | Days 22-28

Well hello there! Thanks for stopping by! Today I’m sharing entries 22 through 28 my my 100 Days of Bible Promises Devotional Journal by Shanna Noel 🙂 Still catching up, but we’re getting there right?!


Day 22- Christ Doesn’t Change. I love this Truth!!

Just like in my last post I talked about using supplies that are already out on my desk. So since I used pieces from the older devotional kit Free to Flourish on my day 21 entry, those pieces are still handy and make an appearance on day 22! I paired the kit stickers with some green homespun alphas, the newer tiny colorful alpha stickers, enamel hearts, wordfetti and finished it off with some art marks using Faber Castell brush pens. I used the colors Pink Madder Lake and Phthalo Green– to see all the brush pens I pulled for this journal check out this post.


Day 23- Who Will You Serve? A great question to spend some time with. This world is always clamoring for our heart and it’s good to have regular heart checks. 🙂

I used pieces from the Fruit of the Spirit collection from Illustrated Faith- the new larger tip-ins, paper pieces (those birds!) and some card stock stickers from the 6×12 sticker sheet. Easy peasy! I later went back and included my journaling on the tip-in.


Day 24- Put on the Armor of God. I’ve worked through the Armor of God study by Priscilla Shirer two times (it’s that good) and included a couple quotes from the study. She reminds us that in Ephesians 6 Paul says to put on the full armor of God, not just the helmet one day and the breastplate the next. We can only do battle with the enemy when we’re fully armed and fighting in prayer!

As you can see this page is pretty simple. I used the Gratitude Documented sticker sheet for those large teal alphas along with the typed words from the 100 Day Toolbox in the Print & Pray Shop. I filled in the empty space with some wordfetti and art marks using a big brush pen in Light Flesh.


Day 25- God’s Love Is Always There

Today I knew I had to use Brave Little Taylor’s Print & Pray set Crazy Loved that came out in February. In the nick of time I remembered to save space for journaling because I kept sticking down ALL THE THINGS. I finished it off with a few enamel hearts and called it a day.


Day 26- Finding Strength in Trust. I mentioned it in my last roundup post, but “trust” is the theme that is jumping out at me as I journal through this book. Maybe my heart is being prepared for something?

For this entry I grabbed Emily Karwoski’s Print & Pray set Wise One. I had been wanting to use it and even though today’s devotional talks about eagles I went with an owl. Remember- I am the boss of my book and you are the boss of yours. Plus, they’re both birds so I felt like it wasn’t a huge leap. 😉

After journaling I filled in some blank space with the Illustrated Faith highlighter washi a la Shanna Noel.


Day 27- Live with Endurance. Ok, perhaps one of my favorite entries. Maybe it’s all the color, maybe it was the opportunity to go through some notes from Christine Caine’s IF: Gathering talk about endurance- either way I really like this entry.

I remember creating this on my couch with my toddler playing nearby. I had just printed the 100 Days Speech Bubbles from Elaine Davis and from there decided to use a bunch of Elaine-designed things 🙂 including the Delight in His Day washi tape, the 100 Days Washi Set and her latest Print & Pray release Pin It Up.


Day 28- God’s Goodness in All Things

How could I not use Shawna Clingerman’s new Print & Pray set Good God?! I printed (most of) her release on clear sticker paper and kept it very simple for today’s entry.

And that’s it for this roundup! I’ll be back next week with additional pages. Let me know if you have any questions- I’m always happy to answer them!

❤ Jillian

PS Don’t forget it’s never to late to join in! You can pick up your book here. Be sure to use code IFSHIPSFREE for free domestic shipping!

100 Days of Bible Promises Round Up | Days 15-21

Hello there! Today I’ve got another round up of my entries in the 100 Days of Bible Promises Devotional Journal by Shanna Noel! I’m way behind on sharing so I’ll keep this short and sweet- showing you what I’ve used for each day’s entry 🙂 Ready?!


Day 15- Taking Thoughts Captive. As an introspective and analytical person this one is always a timely reminder for me! I used a quote from Lysa TerKeurst’s bible study Finding I AM, “as a woman thinks, so she acts”.  Some of my entries are photographed prior to journaling, but for this entry I kept it blank. I had plenty of time placing those alpha stickers to let the Scripture sink in 😉

For supplies I used a mix of the Tiny Colorful Alphas from Illustrated Faith and some Studio Calico color theory alpha stickers, the 12×12 fundamental sticker sheet from the You Are Loved collection, Distress Inks in Peacock Feathers and Twisted Citron, a Tim Holtz stencil, Ranger ink blending tool and a Faber Castell brush pen in Phthalo Green. Then I topped it all off with some Illustrated Faith enamel hearts.


Day 16- God’s Power in You. I saw Jill Drangsholt use this cute little Print & Pray robot set from Elaine Davis, the Wonderfully Wired Journal Kit, and knew I wanted to use them as well. I used a few more enamel hearts, another stencil with Picked Raspberry Distress Ink, an ink blending tool, the Tiny Colorful alphas as well as those larger alphas from Studio Calico.

Do you see a theme? I tend to use what’s already on my desk for each entry instead of trying to reinvent the wheel every day. It works well because, from one page to the next, the colors are pretty similar. This make it possible to use the same supplies over and over!


Day 17- He supplies all your needs. Amen!

This was the second day I used the 100 Days Toolbox Vol. 1 printables from the Print & Pray Shop. If you’re into pulling one word out of each day, it’s a great set to get with the theme of each day printed in this cool typewriter font.

I used the collage papers that come as a free download when you purchase the book here along with a Heidi Swapp triangle stencil and Faber Castell brush pen in Dark Naples Ochre. I topped it off with some puffy star stickers from Pinkfresh Studio and the washi tape from the Illustrated Faith devotional kit, Only One You.


Day 18- Worry…or peace? This was my first attempt with watercolor in the book. I did not prep my page, but did try to use only a little water- it warped but was otherwise a success. I used a few Neocolor II water soluble crayons in Golden Ochre, Salmon, Purple and Veronese Green.

I also flipped through my stash of stamps and pulled out the set from the Doodles by Faith devotional kit designed by Elaine Davis– so fun, right?! I layered some It Is Well washi tape (just the polka dot portion) and used the tiny colorful alphas to help build my title, again using the 100 Days Toolbox printable from the Print & Pray Shop.


Day 19- Trust in the Lord. (This is the theme I’ve been noticing as I work through this devotional book- God is good and I can trust Him in ALL things.)

Art wise- this is where it starts to go downhill. I was still on a mixed media kick and went to town with the Golden Ochre Neocolor crayon. I didn’t love how that tuned out and covered it with layer after layer of acrylic paint. I mostly used white but also some Robin’s Egg Blue and Jade paint (from Target). I stamped, washi-ed, and painted my heart out trying to revive this guy.

While it’s certainly not my favorite looking, I did enjoy the time I spent soaking in His reliability ❤


Day 20- God’s Word is alive.

I was a bit gun shy having had a major mixed media meltdown the day before so I kept it simple with some older kit elements (from the Word Nerd devo kit) and bits from the 100 Days Art Elements in the Print & Pray Shop.

Again, I don’t love this entry but I think it’s because of that same muted color scheme as the day before. I have to remember that I’m the boss of this book and can use whichever colors I like- even if they’re not found in the original artwork. And remember- YOU are the boss of your book too! 😉


Day 21- Are you content? Today I realized my contentment and lack of grumbling is not possible by my power alone. That is certainly not my default! But when Paul penned this passage while bound in chains in jail he wasn’t drawing from his own strength, but God’s. And yes, my participation is required, but contentment will not come by my will alone. ❤

I loved Shanna’s artwork on this page. So much that I didn’t want to include much other than than my journaling. I did end up using this adorable bike from the Bright & Brave clear cuts pad, the Illustrated Faith highlighter washi a la Shanna and the stamp set from the older devotional kit Free to Flourish.

And that’ll do it for this round. I’ll be back soon to get us caught up on the rest of my entries! See you then!

❤ Jillian





Less Hustle, More Jesus | Illustrated Faith Devotional Kit Review


Oh hey, friend! I’m back today with a look at the new Illustrated Faith devotional kit, Less Hustle, More Jesus. You’re going to love the bright colors and whimsical theme of this month’s kit (I do!) Let’s have a look!


This month we’ve got eight journaling cards- four sessions of devotional content and four verse cards with lots of space for journaling on the back. My favorite? The confetti popsicle!

I love the message of this month’s kit– less hustle, more Jesus. It’s so counter-cultural! I’ve listened to social media influencers talk about “the hustle”. The message a lot of them are communicating is that one’s worth is found in what one achieves. How exhausting! If our identity is found in what we do or what we’ve accomplished then we’ll constantly need to do more to find our value.

But Jesus. If we believe the identity he’s written over our life, if we follow his lead we can get off the hamster wheel and rest in the peace and promises he offers. Thank you, Lord!


One of my favorites this month are these title-starter die cuts and how you can match them up, i.e. His truth, my hope. Plus that colorful script is sure to pop off the bible page!


There are three heart tip-ins included in this kit,


a 4×6 (!!!) clear alphabet stamp (such a great basic),


and two card stock sticker sheets. The sheet on the right is full of wordfetti and some extra blank pieces (I’m thinking some DIY wordfetti is in my future…)


From my stash I pulled a handful of Faber Castell PITT brush pens. I’m thinking about quick and simple bible journaling entries this month (which for me means no paint) and these guys are both portable and beautifully pigmented. From left to right the colors are Pink Madder Lake 129, Dark Cadmium Yellow 108, Light Green 171, Phthalo Green 161, Cobalt Green 156 and Ultramarine 120.


Also from my stash I pulled a few pieces from the Delight In His Day collection (the puffy stickers, card stock stickers and washi) as well as those adorable puffy pink crosses from the Illustrated Faith basics line. The DIHD collection is so fun and I thought its whimsy a perfect match for Less Hustle, More Jesus.

So what do you think? Are you ready to slow down and spend some time journaling about His peace and perfect plans for you? If so you can get your kit here.

I’ll be back to share some of my entries created with this kit, but until then have a great rest of your week!!

❤ Jillian

P.S. Included with your purchase of the devotional kit are four pages of downloadable digital content! It’s a great way to stretch your kit since you can print them over and over again for your personal use!


100 Days of Bible Promises Round-Up | Days 8-14

Hey, friend and Happy Monday! Today I’m sharing days 8 through 14 of my 100 Days of Bible Promises journaling entries. Care to see what I’ve been creating?


Day 8: praise at all times. This day’s devotional was appropriately timed as last week was one of my worst in a while- a three-day migraine, head colds, the passing of an old friend and tornadoes. Yikes! But I was thankful for the reminder that God is still good even in the not so good times and He will always be worth praising- at all times.

For this entry I looked to some older kit components (I finally used that written on my heart die cut) and washi. I printed Shanna Noel’s 100 Days Toolbox printables from the Print & Pray Shop, grabbed some Homespun alpha stickers and my Faber Castell PITT pens in Dark Naples Ochre and Pink Madder Lake.


Day 9: New beginnings! I hadn’t yet put away my All Things New devotional kit so I was sure to use the stamp set to remind myself that He makes all things new! I also used some of Shanna’s Because He Lives printables because I couldn’t not include those butterflies!


Day 10: New mercies every day! I have this oh so fun habit of reliving foot in mouth moments from the day before quite frequently. And since I had just been to a memorial service the day before I had plenty of conversations to recall. Again, another perfectly timed 100 Days devotional. The phrase “yesterday and its regrets are over” practically jumped off the page at me.

Oh goodness, what didn’t I use on this page?! A lot of the collage papers (included with the purchase of the 100 Days book), black homespun alphas, Print & Pray Shop alpha printed on clear sticker paper, wordfetti and lots of enamel hearts to remind me that beating myself up over something I did (or didn’t) say is not the best use of my time 🙂


Day 11: Freedom in confession. What a beautifully written devotional for today!

If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and cleanse us from all unrighteousness. – 1 John 1:9

I kept this day simple because- rough week! I used the Homespun alpha stamps, the new tiny colorful alpha sticker book, wordfetti and looooots of enamel hearts!


Day 12: wisdom for those who ask. Again, another simple entry using Elaine Davis’ Print & Pray Shop set Adjust Your View along with some fun puffy heart stickers from Pinkfresh Studio!


Day 13: Courage over fear!

The first day I added paint! I looked to the colors included in the book for my jumping off point and tried to stick just to those three. I created a similar entry in 2 Timothy 1:7 last month and decided to pull out some of the same elements I used there to create a “sister” entry in my book. Nerd alert!

I can’t get over the cuteness of these girls that Brianna Showalter illustrated for her Print & Pray Shop set Made Brave! I added some of those elements, wordfetti, black paint splatters, grid patterned washi and a Neocolor II crayon in Salmon.


Day 14: Spirit lead me. A great way to kick off this week- Spirit lead me in Your way!

More paint today, including those Handmade Modern paints we all love (in Seaweed and Bright Teal) along with a Dina Wakley acrylic paint in Marine. I used some stickers from the Fruit of the Spirit sticker sheet, bits of Brave Little Taylor’s adorable fruit illustrations and a new Brushed Words sticker from this beautiful sticker book.

I topped all of that off with lots of enamel hearts and more Salmon Neocolor II.

And that’s it for the edition! Have you been enjoying the 100 Days of Bible Promises devotional journal? I love scrolling through everyone’s posts and hearing their heart behind each entry- it’s been so fun to work through it together as a community!

I hope you have a great week and I’ll see you Wednesday with a new post and process video-yay!

❤ Jillian

100 Days of Bible Promises Round Up | Days 1-7

Hey, friend! I’m starting a fun new Monday series where I share a round up of the week’s past 100 Days project. As you may know, I’m journaling through Shanna Noel’s book 100 Days of Bible Promises every day for the next 100 days!


Here’s a peek at the book (you can find it here). Since this photo I’ve had mine coil bound (at Office Depot it cost about $4) and I’m so pleased with that decision! It lays flat and makes it super easy to journal in and photograph.

Speaking of photographs- let’s get to sharing my first seven days of this project!


Every day this week I’ve reached for the downloadable collage papers that came with the book when purchased via DaySpring. I also used the items I pulled for this project (you can view my prep video here) which helped narrow down my decision making time and increased my creating time. Funny how that works out 😉

For this page I used the washi from the new Only One You devotional kit, aqua alpha stickers from Studio Calico, the Illustrated Faith Words sticker book and enamel hearts.

Those big black paint splatters were a total face palm moment. I used Liquitex acrylic black ink and it totally seeped into several pages behind this one-whoops! The best way to get over the fear of “ruining the book” is to just mess up on day one 🙂 Now I’m free to enjoy the process for the next ninety-nine days.


On day two I used those same Studio Calico alphas, the Homespun alpha stamps, more collage papers, the black cross washi tape and some Faber Castell brush pens for some fun art marks.


For the next couple of days I decided to photograph my pages before I added journaling. I used the Bella Blvd puffy wonky alpha stickers, the same wordfetti and black cross washi and the Dark Naples Ochre big brush pen.

At this point I had found my groove working in the book- pulling out one word for each day’s promise and embellishing based on the theme or color of the page.


Day four’s promise talked about being still and I was so still that I don’t think I ever added my journaling for this page- whoops! I used a bunch of enamel hearts, Studio Calico alphas, the new Tiny Colorful Alpha sticker book from Illustrated Faith and a couple bits from the Fruit of the Spirit 6×12 sticker sheet.


Day five kind of stumped me. I had a lot of room to journal but didn’t end up using it. Instead I filled that space with the Faber Castell brush pens. See that “made to shine” sticker smack dab in the middle of the page? It’s one of the digital downloads that you receive for free when purchasing the Only One You devotional kit from DaySpring.

I have loved incorporating pieces from that kit onto my pages this week! My friend Tamara Arcilla also inspired me to pull out some older kit pieces so I reached for some leftovers from the Created to Create 2 devotional kit 🙂


Day six might be my favorite entry yet! I used a Kaisercraft stencil to get that grey circle down on the bottom and immediately didn’t like it. Then I kept pulling paper pieces from the Faith Over Fear line from Illustrated Faith, Print & Pray pieces from Elaine Davis, enamel hearts and those alpha stickers from Studio Calico.

To finish off the entry I used Faber Castell brush pens in Pink Madder Lake and Light Green. 


Day seven included Colossians 3:23 which says,

Whatever you do, do it enthusiastically, as something done for the Lord and not for man. (HCSB)

I remembered Jessica Robyn’s beautiful Print & Pray set Overflowing With Grace and knew I wanted to use it for this page. I also used bit’s from Shanna Noel’s Print & Pray set Because He Lives, and pieces from the Fruit of the Spirit 6×12 sticker sheet.

If you’ve made it this far- thank you! You deserve a reward.

I’ll continue to share my 100 Days pages and hope they might even inspire you! If you have any questions I’m happy to answer them. Just leave me a comment below 🙂

See you Wednesday!

❤ Jillian