Are you curious about Bible journaling? Or have been doing the practice for a while? Bible Art Journaling is a way to set aside time God, ourselves, to meet new friends and express our inner creativity in the Word. Join me, Susan Walker , as […]
June 15 10a-2p Simple watercolor Techniques and lettering to apply to your own greeting cards and bookmarks. Stop by the Cook Forest Saw Mill Center for the Arts on June 15 anytime between 10a 2p. Susan will guide you in each step. When completed, you […]
The viral ponds of spring sang as we watercolored postcard size paintings of the surroundings. Brandi,from Jennings Environment Education Center, shared bits on habit, animals and how the pond effects forrest life. An awesome group of painters came out for the afternoon. I guided them in get a base started then we moved out to finish directly from the pond site. Adding plant life and making each our own.😊
An awesome afternoon! 🏵️🎨💚
Deuteronomy 11:26-28 sums it up like this:
“Obey and you will be blessed.
Disobey and you will be cursed.”
Why is it so hard at times? I know it helps me if I keep the word in front of me,literally, on notes,bookmarks, written on my calendar pages…
What do you do to keep the word in your heart and on your mind?
Bible Art Journaling technique here: I printed this template and placed it behind my page. This page happen to have a wide margin and fit well. You can always resize on your computer or on the printer to fit your desired page. I then traced it LIGHTLY with pencil to be sure I liked the placement.Followed by tracing it with waterproof,acid-free Pigma Micron black marker in black (.o3 size) I let it dry a bit before erasing lines as after you use watercolor pencil or watercolors, the pencil will not erase. I followed with my watercolor pencils. I didn’t water activate this one but do love how soft the pencils are on the thin Bible page.Darkening the stone along the sides to add depth. The ray I toned the entire thing with yellow Look close and see how I left a bit of the yellow glowing from stones before starting to layer with the orange but not taking it to the top edge of the ray. Finishing up with a date. hope this helps! Love to see your interpretation of Deuteronomy 11:26-28 or other verses you apply this to.
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