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!
In the meantime, I’ll share my session four, HEart, process video 🙂
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 🙂
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.
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 😉 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.
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 🙂
I let the texture paste dry/harden and then used those areas as anchors to build my three clusters.
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.
How CUTE are these badges?!?!?
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!