Faith and Religous Scrapbooking

Scrapbookers are now scrapbooking more than just the chronological events of their lives, they are now recording the things that are important to them. Recording your feelings on religion and your faith is an important aspect of your live to preserve and record. There are now several products that are available to help you add to the religious theme of your layout.

Religious-Scrapbooking.com has collected a nice variety of scrapbooking products that you can use to help you create your religious themed layouts. They offer patterned paper in both Christian and Jewish themes. The themes on the Christian paper include missionary, faith and baptism. The Jewish paper themes are Mazel Tov, Passover and Festival.

They also offer rub-ons, charms, templates and stickers. The theme of most of these products is Christian, but they did have a few things with a Jewish theme.

If you need your products to arrive quickly, they do ship within one day from the time you place your order.

They also sell some general scrapbooking products such as albums, scrapbook organizers and page kits, so you can stock up on some essentials while purchasing your religious themed products.

LegacyScrapbooking.com is another site that offers religious products, which have Christian theme, specifically for LDS members. Their products are categorized by children (Primary, baptism and blessing,) BYU and temples, Missionary, Boy Scouts, Young Women and Family. Within each category, there is a nice selection of patterned paper, stickers, rub-ons and more.

Although this section of their site is nicely organized with a LDS theme, I think most of these products would work well for people with other religions too. The themes of family, baptism, child of God, family reunion, and boy scouts will apply to many people.

They also have a good selection of products for Young Women with all of the values they follow on stickers and coordinating patterned paper.

If you haven’t yet created a layout sharing something about your faith, I challenge you to give it a try. It will help you focus on what your really believe and it is a wonderful way to share your beliefs with your children.

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