June Faith Art Box Revealed

“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” John 16:33

We know that we have trouble in this world. In our own lives, in our communities, on the daily news – heartbreak is easy to find. Jesus invites us to find peace in spite of this reality, to find peace in Him. He encourages us with these sweet words. Take heart, my friend. He has already overcome.

Our June Faith Art Box centers around this theme of encouragement– both encouraging others and being encouraged in faith. The new kit is ready for summer dressed in a colorful mix of soft, seasonal tints. And by request, the sticker set includes wonky hearts to coordinate and a few blank tabs to record the verse, date, or for layering more stickers! We’ve included a simple black and white striped grosgrain ribbon paper clip this month that will be a gorgeous compliment to any page. Plus, a new bow style that I think you’ll love — a light-weight, canvas-textured bow in a perfect shade of pink.



Always a favorite, the stamp set includes fun textures and beautiful bounce-lettered words. We’ve also included several typewriter-style words that can be paired together to build a number of phrases in your margins!


Our friend, and talented writer, Kaitlin Wernet has written this month’s devotional Take Heartwith thought-provoking reflection questions to get your journaling started. The backside of devotional provides an abstract pattern that can be used for fussy-cut pieces, punched-out tabs, or inspiration for your own painting and stamping.


You’ll be able to create a variety of uplifting entries with this set, and I pray that it will inspire you to spend some time in creative worship.

For His glory,



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