Restoring Our Womanhood

Scrap of Faith is a Christian Crafting Site dedicated to inspiring women in their faith and in their hobbies.

Each month a new theme will be posted, with verses to encourage, with challenges to inspirire you both in your faith and in your craft. We hope that you will jump on board the journey of Restoring your Womanhood and that God will use these challanges to draw us closer to Him and also give us a purpose in our roles.

We would love to hear from those who are following along so please leave a comment, and share a link to your blog :-) Also on the Scrap of Faith forum there is a weekly thread for encouraging each other through the journey.


Tuesday, September 30, 2008

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HOW ARE WE TRAVELLING? & A GIVEAWAY :o) & SOME CHALLENGE UPDATES.
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Just a little checking in post :o)

As this blog is for you guys we want to know what you think?

Are we meeting your needs, what do you like and dislike, and ideas you'd love to see us tackle, or any themes you'd love to see?

We really want to know what you want and all comments will go into a draw to win a scrapping rak, YEAH!!

& the news we've all been waiting for..... SORBET DREAM IS AVAILABLE!! check here for stockists.

So for those who leave a comment for the paper scrappers we'll send out a Rak for the digi girls, we'll send you a SORBET DREAM kit. Just leave digi or paper in your comment.

We'll do the draw next Monday the 6th of October :o)

& The challenge deadline for September has been extended to 11th of October :o)

10 comments:

Winnie Hua said...

Hi, I'm really pleased to have just stumbled across your blog (from the SOF website - goodness knows why I haven't noticed it before!). I've read through all the past entries and have been quite encouraged by all the stories and sharing as well as inspired by all the faithbooking. I'm only new to scrapbooking and haven't managed any layouts about my faith so I hope to start soon after reading your blog! Thanks for all the encouragement and hard work!
Winnie

Hope said...

Love your blog and I love the challenges but am feeling a bit overwhelmed by the number of them. They do give me a place to go to when I feel like scrapping but don't know quite where to start. Would love to see a series of challenges that are more interrelated. If each of the challenges took one theme/word/scripture and looked at it in different ways that would be very helpful. We could use it as a sort of mini bible study. Thanks for asking!

Suse said...

Hi guys...just thought I would let you know what an awesome blog this is...it is a constant source of encouragement for me and I always know where to come if I am in need of some spiritual uplifting! Thanks for an awesome blog...and also I do love to see all the Layouts in here!

Suse xx (scrappy_suse)

Anonymous said...

Love this blog and I do love to see what everyone has been doing and it does inspire me to do some more scrapping sooner rather than later. Also the encouragement that oozes out of this blog is just so encouraging. Keep it up!
blessings, Lou :0)

Anonymous said...

I love to see everyone's different take on the theme - and the uplifting stories are great too. Lovely to have somewhere I know will have great input!
Tambear
(paper)

Anonymous said...

I love the blog, and enjoy seeing each and every entry in it. I agree with maybe having the challenges all running to one theme. Not that I get to doing many of the challenges, as life is just too busy most of the time, but I love having some suggestions, and love seeing what the team do with the challenges and those who get their layouts put up for showing also.

Thanks for encouraging me in my faith and my scrapping.

Marion

Sharmaine said...

I'm glad this blog is here.
Don't do any of the challenges (because of time) but love reading the posts.
keep on keepin' on :)
Hugs

Angela Green said...

Now that I have subscribed I hope to keep up with this blog more - but I love being able to jump on here and do the challenges when I have the time. One of these days I'll be more organised and will remember to check them out at the beginning of the month.

I think the best part is that the challenges are easy to find at the "head" of the blog. Then I can cruise through and see examples of the LOs and get ideas.

Love how it caters for the entire spectrum of scrappers and although I am a die hard paper scrapper I would like to be able to add more digi elements so I love seeing what can be acheived by digi too!

Thanks girls for all the work you do!

Ange xx

Jane said...

I appreciate having faith based challenges to do and I like seeing what other people have done with them. Not that I have the time to do all of them. :)

Corinne said...

I like checking out the challenges, and they give me something to think about, but due to time and disorganisation I never get round to doing them - I have a book that I write these ideas down in, and one day I might do some of the layouts! The blog is a source of encouragement.
I am mostly a paper scrapper, but have started experimenting with digi.

Corinne