Revival Camp: September Devotional Kit Review

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The latest Revival Camp kit for September is here and it is the perfect culmination to this summer’s Revival Camp. I loved getting to do this study and having coordinating supplies to go with the lessons I learned. And how much fun was it for the three summer kits to be woven together, but also able to stand alone!?! There are also some other fun limited quantity goodies that you may want to snag in honor of Revival Camp 2018. Check those out  here! The first thing I did when I received this kit was put the devotionals within reach, I slid mine into the cover of my study Bible. I loved reading, and rereading them. This system gives me time to reflect and think about how I want to create Bible Journaling entries to reflect the content. This time around the “Praise” devotional really stood out to me and so I decided to do my first entries on the seven forms of praise. Read on for more information about the kit and how I am using it. For now here are the specifics…

Have fun unpacking this September Illustrated Faith ‘Revival Camp’ devotional kit, featuring three encouraging devotionals on Challenge, Leadership and Praise.  “Enjoy exploring in the Word and have fun with this Revival Camp kit!”  —Shanna Noel

Devotional message:
Revival Camp

Devotional titles:
Challenge
Leadership
Praise

Product Details:

  • 1 camp sticker
  • 3 2″x2″ embroidered patches with cloth bag
  • 1 washi tape
  • 1 4″x6″ sheet of clear stamps
  • 1 sheet of acetate Shapes
  • 1 sheet of diecut pieces
  • 3 devotionals
  • 1 enamel pin
  • 1 surprise ‘Trail Mix’ from Shanna
  • 1 thank you card from Shanna
  • Packaged in a box with pink tissue and sticker

 

You also receive a digital file when you purchase this kit so that you can enlarge, shrink and reprint your favorite elements. This is one thing that DaySpring and Illustrated Faith periodically do and I adore! Often time when the content is dense and I find it really speaking to me I use up supplies quickly so with the digital file in my inbox I am able to keep creating or use multiples of my favorite elements.

The “What’s in this kit?” card is super helpful for selecting supplies that coordinate, getting inside tips on how to use new supplies, and to just get a general overview of the kit. If you’d like to see it all in detail you can watch my unboxing video here.

I love the monthly stickers that have been unique but also coordinate. And the little recurring details like arrows, stars, or that darling camera! The colors of all three kits from this summer go perfectly together and provided a vibrant and complex color palette. Plus isn’t that plaid washi from Freckled Fawn just perfect as we approach fall and the changing of seasons?

The darling enamel pin will go right on my Christmas stocking. Seems like a funny place for it, I know. But, since I was young I have saved these types of pins and put them on my stocking each year to mark significant achievements or experiences. Of course these types of pins come less frequently now as an adult than they did when I was young. I have a lapel pin from my first job, pins from traveling, and even one from when I graduated from my church’s form of “girl scouts” called “Pioneer Girls.” This pin will always remind me of the journey of Revival Camp 2018! It be great on a Bible Journaling bag, a hat, or even a bag or purse you carry all the time, and could be a great conversation starter for sure.

The quality of these stamps is fantastic and boy can I see all kinds of ways I’ll use the versatile stamps like the feathers, trees, and the sentiments. The badges are just so cute! I have not participated in Revival Camp before and the “earning of badges” as you progress through the devotional was just so fun. Plus the trailmix from Shanna herself has been such a fun addition to each kit and the little bookmark and paint scraping card this month is no exception. What a fun personal touch it was!

The three devotionals by Tamara, Elaine, and April this month really spoke to me. The first entry I decided to dive in on was the “Praise” written by Tamara. I was struck by the seven kinds of worship and how in all we do we can worship Him if our hearts are in the right posture toward Him. I hope you’ll consider grabbing a kit for yourself and joining the community in learning more about these topics and in our taking our faith deeper with “illustrated faith.” I will also note that if you are brand new to Bible Journaling a kit like this is a great place to start and a perfect way to try new tools and design elements. Don’t miss the  “Praise” entry I did below on the “barak” form of worship, I love that the six Hebrew words we studied took me all throughout the Old Testament. Thanks to the writers and creators!

Shop the new Illustrated Faith Kit – Revival Camp!

The butterflies printed acetate on are one of my favorite elements this month. I love trying new things and adding texture to my pages with the clear and three dimensional nature of these beauties do just that! I used the tip found on the “What’s in this kit?” card suggesting you use a small fastener to staple them to my page and folded the wings up just a bit. They look like they are fluttering as I flip the page and it makes me smile. Thinking of all the earth calling out in worship to the King.

Aren’t these butterflies gorgeous. The colors and the design. Then on top of that you add the fun format of being printed on acetate. Check out my entry below. The single staple along the body really does make them look three dimensional and like they are fluttering praises to the Lord.

See more entries on Facebook (PNW Bible Journaling // Inspiration Clothesline) or on Instagram. I’d love see you share your entries, just tag me @pnwbiblejournaling or use the hastag #pnwbiblejournaling and I’ll be sure to check it out.

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Thanks to DaySpring and Illustrated Faith for providing me with the kit this month. All the opinions and thoughts in this post are my own.

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