This is an easy Bible art journaling technique to expand the area you want to write notes or add an image to accent a message in a beautiful way over notes. This technique too I used some stickers for the first time. So so easy too.
Materials: paper big enough to cover area you would like. I used a piece of blue copy paper. It’s not very heavy. A sticker out of “Happy Planner Faith” stickers and the decorative tape sticker from pack. You could use anything you have for words,art etc. And plain or washi tape to hold it to page. Basic supplies such as cutting board or scissors,pencil,ruler, protective mat.
Bible Art Journaling should bring you closer to God,deepen your faith and dare I say be fun.
Our God is not looking for perfection from us. Just the same expectations as what our moms asked of us, to just do our best. When you Bible art journal the desire is to go deeper in His word and give him glory. Nothing wrong with enjoying ourselves either. Does Bible study always have to be serious to be effective? I think not.😊 So grab a color or two,read the word ,listen to what God has to say, make some notes, add some splashes of color. Rejoice in your time…that’s about it.
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A Bible.(In your favorite version) I suggest a journaling or note takers Bible. They tend to have a heavier paper and columns for your journaling and illumination. Accept erasing and a variety of art materials too.
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 will have several finished cards or bookmarks for sending. For adults and Kids! All supplies provided. $5. Benefits the Saw Mill Center for the Arts.
Watercolor Cards in Cook Forest PA
You will be guided in making watercolor for cards. All supplies provided.
Location is the Saw Mill Center for the
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.😊