Are you looking for tools or resources to help in your journaling or to meet your crafty needs? Here are resources that I use and find helpful in my faith journaling and all things crafty. I am an affiliate for some of these resources but have been using all of these since beginning my journey. Please visit my disclosures page for more information on affiliates.
She Reads Truth is an amazing resource for bible studies, devotional and daily scripture readings. Some content is provided free of charge with some of the other features costing a nominal fee. She Reads Truth provides different reading and devotional plans that you may participate in daily through their website for free. Or you may download their mobile app and subscribe to a plan for a fee to track your progress, read the daily devotional and participate with others in the study, all from your mobile device. Right now, they are leading a 21-day study through the book of Nehemiah. Do you do better with hardcopy study? They also have a shop where you can buy the the journal to work through. Visit www.shereadstruth.com.
Illustrated Faith is what led me to Bible Journaling. Shanna Noel, the founder and owner has led an amazing revolution. Illustrated Faith has everything from monthly devotional kits, how to videos, a Print and Pray Shop (where you can purchase; download and print illustrations), a blog, newsletter and tons of inspiration. DaySpring carries the full line of Illustrated Faith products that can be ordered and shipped directly to you. You may also find some products at your local Lifeway, Michael’s, Hobby Lobby or craft stores.
DaySpring carries Illustrated Faith Bible Journaling products that you will love using to illustrate your faith. They are an amazing Christian retailer which sells cards, Bibles, journals, Christian gifts and anything else you may need on your own race for God’s grace in your life. I am an affiliate of DaySpring, but will always share my honest opinion and review of any products I am familiar with. Shop DaySpring.com
Scrapbook.com has all things crafty. Can you imagine being able to shop their warehouse in person?? I can dream right? Scrapbook.com always has some sale or deal going on for supplies, carries most product lines and has an amazing selection. Everything I have purchased always arrives on time and as exactly as this crafty girl would expect. They are also a great resource for items that may be out of stock many other places. Did you know they also offer classes, you will want to go check those out for sure. Shop Scrapbook.com
Have you heard about the amazing cutting machines all the crafty peeps are using? Cricut makes a cutting machine, the Cricut Explore. The Cricut Explore uses their own online (free) software, Cricut Design Space that is used to design your own personal creations and then sends the design to the electronic cutting machine to do all the work for you. Design Space also has hundreds of ready-to-make projects, patterns, and thousands of images that you can use, some are a small nominal cost, some are free or shared by other crafty peeps just like you. The software also allows uploading of your own images and saves your projects for future use. They also have cardstock, vinyl, and many other supplies and tools to complete your projects. If you are done fussy cutting by hand, go check out Cricut.com.
Some of the links above are “affiliate links.” This means if you click a link and purchase an item, I will receive a small affiliate commission that helps me to be able to continue with this blog and hopefully continue to inspire you on your journey as well.