Creative Retreat Kits | April 2019 Faith Art Box

(This kit was sent to me as part of the Creative Team for Creative Retreat Kits but all opinions are my own. This post does contain affiliate links.)

Hello everyone! It’s the beginning of the month which means it’s time for all kinds of new kits and products! Here’s a look at the April 2019 Faith Art Box from Creative Retreat Kits (I think this is one of my most favorite devotionals!)

I’m obsessed with the pop of coral, poppy images, and the adorable washi in this month’s kit!

Of course, I couldn’t forget putting together some color swatches to match the kit this month. Creative Retreat will be releasing some new ink colors soon 😉

PRODUCTS

Creative Retreat Faith Art Boxes
Creative Retreat Faith Art Boxes
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Misc.
Creative Retreat Ink Pads
Creative Retreat Ink Pads
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Misc.
Distress Inks
Distress Inks
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Scrapbook.com | CraftStash
Distress Oxide Inks
Distress Oxide Inks
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Scrapbook.com | CraftStash | Misc.
Faber Castell Big Brush Markers
Faber Castell Big Brush Markers
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Misc.
Faber-Castell Gelatos
Faber-Castell Gelatos
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DaySpring | Misc.
NeoColor II Crayons
NeoColor II Crayons
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Misc.

Until next time!

❤ Lindsey

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  1. Lindsey, I thought chalk inks did not bleed through Bible pages, but when I tested the Creative Retreat cloudy coral in the back of my Bible (using a makeup brush), it did bleed through. Have you had experience with this particular brand?

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