Thursday, August 23, 2012

Newest {BSF} Notebook

Hello my sweet blog subscribers. Today I am sharing my latest BSF notebook on my Memory Box blog. You can click here for complete details.

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Papers: Memory Box Valise Bill of Sale, Memory Box Valise Tickets Please, Memory Box Gossamer
Stamps: Memory Box Moonlight Woods F1885
Stamp Ink: SU soft suede, ColorBox Fluid Chalk chestnut roan
Dies: Typewriter Upper Alphabet 98367, Typewriter Lower Alphabet 98366, Madeleine Bird 98424
Embellishments: Memory Box white pearls colored with Copic E49, Hobby Lobby doily, hand-crocheted flower, Dymo labeler, misc. brad, Jenni Bowlin brown sugar acrylic paint, sewing machine

For any of you wishing to join us in Bible Study Fellowship this year, we are studying Genesis. It is a GREAT study. To see if there is a class in your area, click here, find the country you live in, and then enter the other requested information. Once you find a class in your area, click "Contact Class Administrator" in the table that comes up. They will tell you what you need to know to get started with us! BSF is truly a blessing to my entire family. Happy Thursday, and I hope you like this year's notebook!


Jonia said...

I love it Patter. You make the cutest notebooks!

Stephanie said...

I agree. Your notebooks always turn out so cute!

TLady said...

WHAT A GORGEOUS NOTEBOOK Patter!!!!!!! LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!! :)

Traci S. said...

Great journal, Patter! Thank you so much for sharing the information on BSF classes everywhere. I found 2 classes on my street!

He IS Able!
Traci Starkweather

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Elaine S said...

Awesome notebook! There are no classes here in Germany!:-( Will you be posting the bible study on your blog?

Patter Cross said...

Traci, how awesome! Are you doing to try and get into a class?

And Elaine, I am sorry there isn't a BSF class near you. We have over 1,000+ classes around the world, and I am sorry one isn't near you. As far as posting BSF studies online, I will not be. BSF teaches in 4 different ways--studying a passage on your own at home, then discussing that passage with a group of women, then hearing an expository lecture over that same passage, and finally reading commentary on that passage. It is very wonderful but certainly not something that could be posted on the web. I am sorry! I pray you are able to find something close to you. Blessings,

Erin Bassett said...

Looks great! I still haven't gotten to mine yet, I just bought it the other day LOL. Looking forward to going through Gen. again!

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