Love God Greatly Bible Launch

Today is the day we have been waiting for… It is the Love God Greatly Bible Launch Day!!!

It is such an honor to be part of this Bible project with Love God Greatly and Thomas Nelson Bibles. I cannot explain and describe the feeling I have right now… grateful… joyful… excited…!

THE HEART BEHIND THIS PROJECT

The heart of Love God Greatly is and always will be to guide women all around the world into a deeper understanding of God’s Word. We want to break down financial and language barriers in achieving this goal because we believe that when women are equipped to know and love God’s Word, they are empowered to live out the Gospel and share it with others. And that is also the heart behind the Love God Greatly Bible!

Over two years in the making, this beautiful Bible was created in partnership with Thomas Nelson Bibles and it embodies the heart of Love God Greatly.

The Love God Greatly Bible is in the NET translation and features a visually stunning design coupled with encouraging, inspirational content:

  • 66 Hand Drawn Memory Verses
  • 66 Book Introductions
  • 66 Testimonies From Around The World
  • 50 New Reading Plans
  • Reflection Questions
  • Challenges
  • OVER 160 Devotions
  • 8 Custom Designed Maps
  • One Year Bible Reading Plan
  • And More!!!

Today you can get The Love God Greatly Bible and the journal book at:

When you purchase a Bible and the journal book (or 2, or more) today, you are partnering with Love God Greatly to provide Bible study journals for many women around the world in their heart languages for free!!! Also, you are supporting the 35+ language teams to serve as translators with Love God Greatly Global.

Thank you for partnering with us to help spread the gospel of Jesus Christ around the world.

I got my Love God Greatly Bible and journal and you can watch the unboxing video above or on my YouTube channel.

I love how the Bible is designed! Each page I flipped is just beautiful. And I love the extra side margin space on each page, especially for people who love journaling and Bible journaling out there! This extra space means place to pour out our love to His word in artistic way.

The journal book is amazing, too! I love how the paper is so thick and has plenty of space to write each lesson I will learn every day. One of my favorite parts is the Prayer pages. I can write down my prayer and date when it is answered. I can look back to this journal and praising God for His faithfulness! Also, this journal page is great for Bible Art Journaling.

I am looking forward go share more about this Bible and journal in the future. My prayer that God will also encourage you today as you read His Living Word every day.

Love God greatly,

Dare 2B Artzy | Fall Birthday Wishes Slimline Card

Hello everyone… Inspired by Fall season, I made this Fall birthday wishes slimline card.

I used Harvest Collection Variety Paper Pack, Wavy Slimline Framelit Dies, Wavy Slimline Border Dies, Fall Leaves Die, and Foxy Greetings Stamp set to create this Fall birthday wishes slimline card.

I am sharing full detail how I created it at Dare 2B Artzy Blog today. Check it out.

I hope this give you an inspiration for your Fall card project and don’t forget that you can link up any new Fall projects at D2BA current challenge this month. Check out more inspirations from the team here.

Thank you for stopping by today. Have a wonderful day!

Dare 2B Artzy October Challenge | Autumn Greetings Slimline Card

Hello hello hello everyone… Sending you all an Autumn greetings all the way from Ohio… Fall is in the air for sure becuase the leaves are changing colors and the weather is cooler.

There is a new challenge at Dare 2B Artzy blog today… You can guess the theme of this month. Yes… it is Fall theme!

I tried a new technique to me to create this slimline card. It is called Floating Die Cut. Many crafters used frame die to cut out a frame (like in this video) but I decided to leave it as is to get the full floating leaves background. I love how it turned out becuase it looks like Batik background.

To create that background, I cut out many leaves and acorns from this gorgeous Autumn Leaves Paper (it is also one of the patterned papers from the Harvest Collection Variety Pack) using the Fall Leaves Die.

The sentiment is from the Foxy Greetings stamp set that I stamped it with Eucalyptus Catherine Pooler Ink Pad on a white cardstock using Mini MISTI. And then I cut it into a sentiment banner using on of the label die from the Wavy Slimline Framelit Dies.

I added some iridescent sequins randomly in between the leaves for extra sparkly.

I hope you all can join the D2BA October Challenge. You can use any products on your NEW project, but when you use any D2BA products you will get second entry! You will have a chance to win a $15 Gift Certificate when you link up your project (max 3 projects, direct link to your blog post or project gallery, not the general link). Visit the D2BA blog for more detail. Most of all…. LET’S HAVE FUN!

Cannot wait to see your projects…. Thank you for stopping by my blog today. Have wonderful day!

STAMPlorations October Stencil Challenge | Thankful Coffee Card

Hello everyone… October is here!!! It is a new month and we have a new Stencil Challenge for you all.

STAMPlorations Stencil Challenge is always anything goes challenge which you can make any type of projects as long as you use stencils on it.

On my card today, I used the Brick Wall ARTplorations Stencil, Coffee Joy Stamp Set, Thankful Word Die.

I used Distress Oxide ink with the Brick Wall Stencil for the background. I added the inj with blending brush and the after that, I sprayed it lightly with water. I dabbed off the water with paper towel.

I dried the finished background panel with craft heater and trimmed it slightly smaller than the A2 card. I added it on the card with E-Z Runner Grand adhesive.

I stamped the floral cup with VersaMark ink on a watercolor paper and sprinkled it with some of the WOW! Fairy Tale Embossing Powder. After I tapped off the extra embossing powder, I heat it up with craft heater.

I colored the embossed image with Viviva Watercolor and water brush. This is one of my favorite watercolor paint! So vibrant and gorgeous colors.

I dried the watercolor paint with craft heater. And then, I fussy cut it with scissors. I added it on the card with permanent adhesive.

I cut out a piece of burlap cardstock using the word die. This is very thick cardstock so I had to run it through my die cutting machine several times. I added the burlap word on the card with permanent adhesive.

Final step, I added some white paint splatters on the card.

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It is another card I made for the National Coffee Week. On this card, I used the Brick Wall ARTplorations Stencil on the background, Zen Coffee Cup Layering Dies, and Just Caffeinate Clear Stickers. On those zen cups I added some DecoFoil Gold Foil Sheet with DecoFoil Foiling Glue Pen.

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Clear Scraps | Christmas Nativity Mixed Media Acrylic Tag

Hello everyone… Today I have a Nativity mixed media acrylic tag to share with you all. I hope it is not to early for Christmas project!

For my tag today, I use one of the tags from the Acrylic Tag Album. All Clear Scrap acrylic sheets, acrylic tags, and shaker plastic cover have clear plastic covers to protect the surfaces.

I removed the clear plastic covers from both sides of the tag, and then I covered the acrylic tag surface with the mod podge (gel medium will work well, too for this step).

I added the old hymnal music page on the tag and then cover it again with the mod podge and let it dried well.

After surface dried well, I trimmed the extra paper with scissors.

I covered the surface randomly with metallic paste (gold and silver), and I also added some white gesso.

When the that paste and white gesso layer dried well, I covered the whole tag with Glitter mod podge for some sparkle look on it (I really wish the camera can capture it!). Then let it sit to dry.

If you are not patient enough waiting each layer of medium to dry, you can dry them with craft heater, but have to be very very very careful to not be over heated becuase the acrylic tag can bend or the paste can be bubbly.

Next step, I put the 4×6 Nativity stencil on top of the tag and I taped it down so it would not move around when I added the modeling paste.

I added the Black Ice Metallix Gel on the stencil just on the navitity image.

On the craft mat, I mixed some fine iridescent glitter with the white modeling paste. Then I added the paste on the stars above the nativity image.

I put the 6×6 Ice Crystal Snowflakes Stencil at the bottom of the nativity image and I added some of the mixed glitter paste on it too.

I set the tag aside and let the paste to dry while I worked on the extra embellishment pieces.

I cut out some green and red cardstock using the holly leaves swirl and berries dies from A Jillian Vance Design. Then, I printed the digital sentiment from Graciellie Design on a white cardstock, and cut it with the oval stitched die.

I added all the extra pieces on top of the tag, right bellow the nativity with 3-in-1 Beacon adhesive and some 3D foam tape for extra dimension.

I hope this will give you more ideas for your Holidays projects. It is coming soon for sure! Visit Clear Scraps store to check on what’s new!

Thank you so much for stopping by our blog today. Have wonderful day!