Jill Kelly-A Place To Remember Christian Journal Review



“Journaling has become invaluable to me. Year after year I have spent untold hours pouring out my heart to the God who sees and knows me with an unrivaled intimacy. My journals are a precious glimpse between the lines of life.” ~Jill Kelly

I recently was blessed to receive a DaySpring Journal through a giveaway over at Sara Mae’s for the release of her new book The Unwired Mom. Although I am still wading through books and am hoping to read this gem soon, and journal- as I always do- through her challenge, it will have to wait until Fall. 
In the meantime, I had to share the beauty and quality of the journal that I received from DaySpring. This is the Jill Kelly- A Place To Remember Christian Journal. I can’t wait to use it. It has the look and feel of real leather. It is made with a synthetic material called  fiscagomma embossed leather- but you cannot tell it from real leather at all. The quality and detail are exquisite. Perfect for my daily journal writing and quiet time with God. I use my journal to capture all of my reflections, ideas, prayers and thoughts for seasons of my life as I go through them. If you have ever considered buying a journal from DaySpring, I assure you you will appreciate the quality of the paper, the beauty of the cover and the durability of this journal. These lovely details make this company one of my favorites for journals and gift choices for friends.
The 6X8 192 lined pages include NIV scripture at the top of the left page and bottom of the right pages and a ribbon bookmark. 
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Christmas in July (ICAD Update)


Christmas in July #1

My latest ICADs seemed to embrace a theme. Winter. Since we have been having a steady stream of hot days, my mind wandered to cooler themes. I had some vintage pictures and sea shells I integrated, also a few stickers via Creative Memories. 3 white beach pebbles account for our Snowman- perhaps he should go by “Rocky” not Frosty! I used Stampin’ Up stamps for the July letters. Acrylic and watercolor paints, sharpies. Oh and I almost forgot…SPARKLES!

Christmas in July #2


Snowy Scene

Santa Banjo- our dog won a spot in a 2013 Calendar-
 He is December’s boy!
 

Snowman 
Daisy Yellow is hosting this wonderful art for everyone challenge, 
so check out her blog for more info! 
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