We sent some incredibly creative people some sticker packs and told them to create a one of kind craft to share with our readers. Our second guest blog comes from Missy Rogers! You can find the sticker pack she used here – click here.
I received 6 sets of stickers to make a project with. This was a challenge at first but once I got going I knew just what to make. In order to use all of them I made a Summer Adventure Journal and Scrapbook for my family. The stickers were summer themed which made it easy for me to choose the activities for the book. I then had to figure out what I could do with the 9 “Words of Encouragement” stickers. This is when the project became True to its name, the faith that sticks summer project. You will see how when you read about parts 2 and 3. There are 3 parts to the book.
Part 1- Pages 1-70:
This part has 35 summer activities for your family to choose from. You can choose to do one whenever you like throughout the summer. Each activity has spaces for 5 pictures or notes to save in memory of the activity.
Part 2- Pages 71-72: Joy
This part is all about choosing to refill your own Joy so that you can share Joy with others. Taking time for yourself each week through the summer.
Part 3- Pages 73-88
For this part I used the remaining 8 “words of Encouragement” stickers. For 8 weeks during the summer you can choose a different “Word of the week. Each word has a short note with bible verses you can look up and ideas for activities to go with the lessons. They also have 4-5 spaces for Pictures or notes from the activity.
There are also extra cards to write notes on that can be slid into the photo slots. As well as miniature blank calendars that you can fill in your word of the week or adventure activity plans.
I would like to say Thank You, To Tyndale. I enjoyed this project. I will enjoy teaching my children the lessons I created using the Words of wisdom. I have to admit we have already started and completed some of the projects. I just could not wait for the one on page 55, Invite another family over for a water battle. We had a blast and there was not a dry child the entire day. J