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Scrapbooking Your Faith

You wear a lot of hats. You're the cheerleader for your son's basketball team, the taxi to your daughter's dance classes. You're the teacher, the student, the wife, the cook, the maid, the family historian. And you may not have documentation to prove it...but these things are what you do...they aren't who you are.

Of course it's important to document the day to day, but if you forget to document the blessings, the beliefs, the lessons along the way, you leave an incomplete picture of who you are. Faith is incredibly personal, and your journals and scrapbooks should reflect this side of you. Not simply what you do to occupy your time.

Perhaps you're a regular church-goer. Maybe you don't believe in God. Maybe you're trying out different religions to see which one fits. Maybe you find church on the side of a mountain. Whatever your preferred method of worship, your beliefs make you who you are...and this class will help you document that.

In Scrapbooking Your Faith you'll learn that you don't have to be a scrapbooker to preserve this side of you. Rather than feeling limited by a single medium, we'll explore a variety of ways to document your faith, including traditional scrapbook pages, journals, home decor, mini albums and more. You'll see that when it comes to collecting memories, the way you do it is secondary.

While learning new techniques and exploring tons of creative ideas, you'll create projects that are meaningful and meant to be treasured. You'll receive journaling prompts, questions to ponder and a great deal of support along the way.

What are you waiting for? Don't leave future generations with an incomplete picture of who you are. Sign up for this class and start documenting your faith today!

A little about Courtney:
Courtney Walsh is the New York Times best-selling author of A Sweethaven Summer, a story that combines her love of the written word with her passion for scrapbooking. The second book in the series, A Sweethaven Homecoming, was released in August and the third, A Sweethaven Christmas will hit stands October 1st. Courtney is also a paper artist who has recently re-relocated to Rockford, Illinois. The author of two papercrafting books, The Busy Scrapper and Scrapbooking Your Faith, Courtney is also wife to Adam and Mom to Sophia, Ethan and Sam. She consumes far too much coffee, has a ridiculous movie-crush on Robert Downey, Jr. and is a huge movie buff. She's thrilled to be bringing "Scrapbooking Your Faith" back to Big Picture!

Want to know more? Watch Courtney's video here:

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Courtney's class includes:

  • Supply list with live links to product resources
  • Welcome notes from Courtney in the classroom
  • Reminder emails when the classroom is updated with new materials
  • Two colorful instructional handouts with step-by-step instructions for each lesson/project per week
  • Voice messages available as streaming audio, downloadable MP3 files and transcripts
  • Printable worksheets
  • Two live chats with Courtney
  • Message board to share your thoughts with your classmates
  • Private posting gallery to share your work and view the work of your classmates
  • Email access to Courtney
Taught by: Courtney Walsh
Class Duration: 4 Weeks
Start Date: October 11, 2012
End Date: November 7, 2012
Price: $25
Registration Begins: Registration has closed.
Registration End: Registration will close October 17, 2012 at 10:00pm.


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