Hello everyone… Today, I have a Bible journaling page to share with you all from the book of Psalms 63.
This psalm was written by David when he was in the wilderness of Judah and when he was on a run. He was waiting for God’s helps to deliver him from his enemies, hungry and thirsty. David was not only thirsty and hungry physically, but also his soul hungry and thirsty for God’s presence in his life. He remembered how God had helped him in the past and had faith that He would help him again.
We often feel in that we are in the middle of the “desert” of our lives, feeling alone, and forgotten. But my friends… have faith and trust in His promises that He won’t leave you alone nor forget you. God will not desert His children! When you come to Jesus and drink from His well, you won’t be thirsty again and you will be satisfied (John 4:13-15).
Hello hello hello everyone… I hope you all are doing amazing! There are many ways you can journal God’s word and today, I would like to share two ways of journaling God’s words.
I love using stamps, inks, and various coloring mediums on my Journaling Bible and Art Journal Book. Sometimes, I write and doodle on the pages. On both on my Journaling Bible and Traveler Notebook today, I use the newest Joy Clair Color By Faith stamp sets.
The first way is using a Journaling Bible. You can find many versions of this Journaling Bible. I use my ESV Journaling Bible for this project and use the Rise and Shine Stamp Set and Light Bulb Moment Stamp Set. I used Memento DewDrops and VersaFine Clair Inks for coloring, and for coloring I used Arteza Real Brush Pens and water brush.
My second project is journaling the with Traveler Notebook. I made this traveler journal out of cardstocks, mixed media papers, watercolor papers, and printing papers for the purpose that I can use various kind of mediums for mixed media projects, too. You can find the tutorial how I made this traveler notebook here.
On my Bible journaling page today, I use the new Hosanna Color By Faith Stamp Set. This stamp set is beautiful and great for Bible journaling, making cards, and even for planner. It is also great for the Easter themed projects.
I started with creating the background by adding the acrylic paints directly on the ESV Journaling Psalter Bible page with the brayer. It is no need to use any clear gesso when using acrylic paint on the page, they won’t bleed through.
The acrylic paints dried quickly also but can always use craft heater to dry the paint if you need to. On my page, I let it air dry and the advantage of it is the page won’t be wrinkle.
Once the background dried well, I stamped the sentiment in the middle of the VersaFine Clair Nocturne Ink Pad and acrylic block.
I stamped the leaves on the page using VersaFine Clair Verdant Ink Pad and Green Oasis Ink Pad.
I wrote on the page using the green metallic Arteza Gel Pen.
I added some thin layer of white gesso around the page using my finger to create the white frame.
And then using the same gel pen, I doodled the frame on the verses I focus on which is Psalms 118:26-27.
I added some paint splatters on the both pages using white acrylic paint and Marabu Spray Paints using my fan brush.
I hope that this project inspired you today to create projects and art journaling.
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Hello everyone… Today, I have a Bible journaling page to share with you.
I am reading from the Gospel of John 17. It is prayer of Jesus before His last day on earth. So many promises we can get from this chapter. One of them is from John 17:12 that Jesus is our protector, no one can compare to Him!
This journaling page is actually a vellum insert page.I trimmed the 8.5″ x 11″ vellum paper into 7.25″ x 6.25″ that fits inside the ESV Journaling Bible.
Hello everyone… Today I have a Bible journaling page to share with you all from Gospel of Matthew chapter 13, verse 45-46. I love the truth that we can find from this passage.
“the Kingdom of Heaven is like a merchant on the lookout for choice pearls.When he discovered a pearl of great value, he sold everything he owned and bought it!”
The Lord came to search for us and to find us. He left his own kingdom, came down to live among us and to die for us becuase He loves us so much and we are His “precious pearls.” Isn’t that one amazing truth?