Hello Friends! Leah here from @faithheirlooms. I’m so excited to share today’s blog with you. When I joined the Wild Hare Kits Design Team, I was so excited, although a little intimidated. I love all things paper, but I generally stick to Bible Journaling as my craft of choice. Most of the other ladies on our team do various paper crafts and they have some amazing creations!


As a team we’ve been doing scraplifts of one another’s projects. At first it sounded so cool, but not something that would really work with my normal Bible Journaling. I figured I would just see what everyone else created but I wouldn’t participate myself. Until I thought to myself… why couldn’t I just do a scrapbook page IN my Bible? DUH!


So this month I decided to do the scraplift and incorporate it into my Bible Journaling and I absolutely love how it turned out. I chose to scraplift this beautiful layout from Kate (@kittyk8):



As it turns out, my husband’s birthday is this month, and I felt it would be a great way to spend some time in prayer, journaling with a picture of him.



To get this look I fussy cut the flowers out of a 6×8 paper from Pink Paislee’s Again & Again set and pulled a few floral stickers from the 1 Canoe 2 Willow stickers.



I pulled some papers from my August Box for the scrappy papers at the bottom. Then I used the paper tops/scraps from a few of my other Pink Paislee Again & Again 6×8 papers to get the washi tape look.



I finished it off with the yellow butterfly sticker and a few gold foil hearts from the 1 Canoe 2 Willow stickers.



I included some gold foil words from my stash. And, of course, I never feel a Bible page is complete without a clip at the top, so I made a matching bow from fabric in my stash as well.



The finished product may be one of my favorite pages I have ever done. I love the blue outline around the flowers and the color pallete (which just happened to match my husband and I’s outfits). The way the flowers travel across the page…I just love it! Thank you to Kate for the awesome page for inspiration and to the Design Team for encouraging me to give scraplifting a try!