Journal Your Way To A Peaceful Morning {Giveaway}

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There's a peace that can be found when you put your thoughts in writing and you journal about the day. These three beautiful new titles from Thunder Bay Press are the gift for someone looking to express themselves through writing. Learn more about these books plus enter for a chance to win them to keep or give to a friend.
HAND LETTERING ART SET & PROJECT BOOK

Handwriting meets art in this guide to adding a touch of flair each time you put pen to paper.
Add your own creative flourishes to any handwritten note, sign, or piece of art by using the techniques in Hand Lettering. This kit includes a 64-page project book with suggestions and examples of how you can put a little flair into any written word. How-to sections provide useful information on font selection, must-have supplies, and practice techniques. Get your creative gears spinning, and you’ll soon master your own unique style of lettering!

CREATIVE JOURNALING SET

Create a journal in your own style with stickers, tape, and lots of colors.
Capture your mood or record your thoughts in any way you like with the Creative Journaling Set! This fun kit comes with a 112-page journal and a 48-page project book full of ideas for decorating the journal pages. With the enclosed stickers, washi tape, colored pencils, and pen, journaling becomes a creative and rewarding activity rather than a chore. The journal can be used as a diary, a daily planner, an organizer, or anything else your imagination can produce!

SCRIPTURE JOURNALING SET

Express your faith and devotion through creativity with this colorful journaling kit
The Scripture Journaling Set contains everything you need to celebrate your faith with creativity on a daily basis. The kit includes a 112-page journal and a 48-page project book full of ideas for decorating the journal pages, along with stickers, washi tape, colored pencils, and a felt-tip pen. With all these items at your disposal, expressing your devotion becomes a fun and rewarding activity, and one that can be used for self-reflection throughout your life. Whether you use the journal like a diary, a daily planner, or a creative outlet for your thoughts, the act of putting words and color to paper is one that is sure to inspire.

ENTER THE GIVEAWAY!
One entrant will be selected from the entry form to win this journaling and hand lettering book prize package ($30 ARV) Open for entry in the US only and must be 18+ from 10/14/18 at 12:01 a.m. ET thru 10/31/18 at 11:59 p.m. ET. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. The winner will have 24 hours to respond to notification email to claim their prize or a new winner will be selected. See Rafflecopter for official rules. The Mommy Island and participating bloggers are not responsible for sending the winner their prize.

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16 comments:

  1. I consider my "this day in photo's" on FB my pictorial journal. I haven't kept a written diary since my last weight loss attempt.

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  2. I really like writing in my journal. It gives me such a peace. It is nice to look back and see how far I have come. Thank you so much for sharing

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  3. I used to keep a diary when I was a kid. Not anymore though.

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  4. I use to when I was younger, but have quit for the last few years!!

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  5. Sometimes I do especially if there things I want to remember or pass on to my family.

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  6. I used to journal a lot, but I havent in some time. I really should start journaling again.

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  7. I don't keep one.

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  8. No I do not keep a journal or a diary.

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  9. I don't but my niece does. This will be for her.

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  10. I keep a journal, but I don't write in it every single day.

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  11. I used to keep a journal when I was younger and had a more exciting life. Now it is hard for me to to write, because of my arthritis and such.

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  12. I just started to keep a journal three months ago.

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