Revival Camp Session 4 | Process Video

Hiya, friend! Today I am sharing the my last process video using the July Revival Camp devotional kit. I had SO much fun working through the first installment of Revival Camp and can’t wait to see what’s next for us campers!

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In the meantime, I’ll share my session four, HEart, process video πŸ™‚

In my devotional kit unboxing video I opened my bag of Trail Mix, no two are the same, and loved the mix of button colors. At the time I mentioned creating an entry using that color palette and today is that day! Talk about a fun #if_trailmixchallenge πŸ™‚

Luckily, just a few days before sitting down to create this entry, Abigail Clone released her first Print & Pray Shop digital set, the Our Protector Devotional Kit, and the colors matched perfectly.

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Then, in my session one process video I thought about using a new Kaisercraft stencil, but ran out of room on the page. I remembered I wanted to incorporate it (a note may have reminded me πŸ˜‰ and pulled out some texture paste and a palette knife. I wanted to turn my texture paste black, so I used (maybe too much) black acrylic paint to get the look I was going for.

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Just like in entries past I created a visual triangle on my page by scraping the texture paste through the stencil with a palette knife. It’s really fun and as easy as spreading room temperature butter on bread- nothing to be intimidated about here πŸ™‚

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I let the texture paste dry/harden and then used those areas as anchors to build my three clusters.

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The dream catcher Abigail included is my favorite element and I wanted to feature it on my page. I used the layered badge stamps again to note which session I was working on and added a cork arrow to each embellishment cluster.

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How CUTE are these badges?!?!?

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After my journaling I finished off the entry with a date stamp. And don’t forget- you don’t need the devotional kit to access the devotional content. Click here to read each contributor’s devotional as they’re released.

I hope you’ll check out my process video– I had a lot of fun making it! Now I’m off to brainstorm how I can use the fabric badges…feel free to share your ideas in the comments below!

See you soon!

❀ Jillian

 

 

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