100 Days Of Less Hustle More Jesus // Day 5: Just Be You

Today's 100 Days of Less Hustle More Jesus was created using my big basket of washi tape. While I've been packing for Africa I've been going through my craft supplies to decide what I want to keep and take with me and what I need to get rid of. This day I had just happened to have been going through my washi. When I opened up my devotional I thought I might as well use them. 

I began the page by spending time in the word - trusting the Lord to speak to me. What really stood out to me was that we need to be who God has created us to be so that we can truly bring him honour and glory. When we are ourselves, our light shines and draws others to him. Who are we that he is mindful of us? He loves us inspite of who we are and what we've done. 

Similarly to other days, I started the page by adding the date using the mega date stamp from Studio Calico. Then I picked out a pile of washi tapes that I thought would coordinate together and began tearing them and layering them on top of each other. I love the look of washi layered - especially semi-translucent ones like this grid washi from Felicity Jane or the white on white striped washi (also Felicity Jane).

After layering washi tape strips from the top to the bottom of the page I decided to add some final details, including this adorable vellum bird from Crate Paper. I stuck him on using some of my favourite wet adhesive - Tombow Mono Aqua Glue.  I only added the blue at the bottom of the bird so that it stood up a bit. 

I then found a label from my stash that I could use for my journaling spot. I jotted down a few thoughts and there you have it - it's done and I love the way it turned out. 

If you'd like to check out the process video and thought process you can find that here: 



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