What is bible journalling – it’s a creative way to visually highlight your favourite scriptures – and makes it easy to memorize the text.
Bible journalling for me is a personal journey where you can visually and creatively spend time with God in His word doing what we love and that He instilled in us.
For me it’s not something that I want to pressure me into being creative but rather a natural flow of worship and creativity – and where they meet in Him, for Him but also for me.
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Use a small paint brush and your Kaisermists to add colour to your black and white flowers on the Blissful patterned paper (reverse).
Layer different colors together to create interest. Mist a little bit of the colour onto a palette and water it down a bit if need be. Paint the flowers in matching colors to that of the Blessed paper range.
Use your precision scissors to cut out the colored flowers.
Cut words pertaining to your Bible verse out of the sheets from the Paper Pad.
Cut a matching quote block from the sheet in the Paper pad. Ink the edges if you want to.
Adhere the elements to your Bible page using craft glue. Adhere the block first, then add the colored flowers overlapping onto the block.
Cut out some additional flowers from the patterned paper sheets in the Paper Pad.
Add colour to your selected Bible verse highlighting the text with some Kaisermists. I dipped the paint brush into my bottle and lightly painted over the verses using 3 different colors. Leave the ink to dry and then add ink splatters in all the colors and leave to dry.
- Add additional elements to finish off your page as desired. This range is so beautiful and the perfect backdrop to this special time of year being blessed and grateful for so many blessings.
PAPERS: BLESSED Collection: P2668 Blissful; PP1059 Paper Pad;
KC PRODUCTS: KM123 Kaisermist Rose Gold; KM125 Candy; KM126 Lime; KM127 Turquoise; KM117 Apple; T321 Craft Glue; T316 Precision Scissors
Other: Paint brushes, Bible Journaling Bible
Until next time – In all things Give thanks – always! No matter how big or small.
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