I'm so excited to share the very first "Faith Friday" Scrapbooking Your Faith Prompt!
Things I've learned from making videos of myself:
1. One of my nostrils is bigger than the other.
2. You should never film yourself with the camera looking up at you. Even the slightest angle can show all your chins.
3. There is nowhere in our house that seems to have good natural light.
Scrapbook/Journal/Document Your Truth.
What I mean by this is, document your latest revelation, your latest word from God. The most recent thing you don't want to forget. Your ah-ha moment...
Here's my page:
I'd like to apologize now for crummy lighting. It's been overcast and I took these photos THREE times. sigh.
Regardless, you can see I'm all about keeping it VERY simple. It's important for me not to overwhelm myself with the crazy pressure of creating art right now. I'm on deadline and very busy preparing to move...so simple and easy is the name of the game.
The point is, I don't want to forget the story. That's the most important thing. I don't want to forget what it's like to be in the middle of this revelation...
I've hidden the journaling behind the strips of patterned paper. This makes it easier if you happen to be journaling something you don't really want everyone to read.
Clearly, I'm not:
In this case, I took the words straight from my blog post (which is where I digest most of this stuff anyway...)
My embellishments were few and I printed the title right on the photo to make this whole thing even easier.
Now, what about you? What revelation will you document?
How would you like to win a copy of "Lost and Found" by Ginny Yttrup?
Leave me a comment and I'll enter you in a drawing to win an autographed copy of Ginny's book. I can't explain the importance of reading something so powerful, and the fact that the revelation comes through a fictitious story...you'll be amazed.
Now...for the five winners of "Scrapbooking Your Faith"...