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.
Bible Art Journaling & Fun Art for Sketchbooks, Journals etc.
Want to advance your faith and be creative? Are you curious about Bible journaling? Or have been doing the practice for a while? Want to learn cool art techniques to use in your journals and sketchbooks? This class is for you! Bible Art Journaling is a way to set aside time for God, ourselves, to meet new friends and express our inner creativity in the Word. Join me, Susan Walker, as I guide you in creating a page. Whether you’re a newbie or seasoned journaler. Or learn the techniques to use in journals, for cards, and sketchbooks. Whatever way you want to apply it. IT IS ALL GOOD FUN. Bible Art Journaling is an on-going class that meets once a month on Friday. You may attend one class, two classes, or every class if you would like. Each class you attend is $18 and includes all art supplies you will need for the evening. Supply your own journaling or note-taking BIBLE but NOT NECESSARY for class. All other materials provided. 100 years old and under welcome! Class Meeting Dates: FRIDAY Night. 6:30- 8 pm-ish: May 21 June 18 July 16 Please register for classes in advance so I have enough supplies available. Presbyterian Church of Portersville 1297 Perry Hwy. Portersville, PA 16051
Yay! Its FALL and that means it’s (almost) holiday time! I was asked to paint some weenier dogs for our local up and coming wiener dog race. And if I do say so myself, I am IN LOVE with these little ones.So I thought I just have to share them with all you out there too!
The hand painted ornaments are ready to bring you joy starting now, and all year (if you keep them out like I do) All new 1.7:/45 mm glass ornaments, ready to hang with a pretty little ribbon.
Available for a limited time, pick your color palette now through November.
When we get together, I want to encourage you in your faith, but I also want to be encouraged by yours.” Romans 1:12
To lift up and glorify God is always the very first class goal. Beyond that, it’s my aim that you enjoy the project, you are pleased with the end result, and you’ve enjoyed fellowship with each other around the table. Oh and enjoy some goodies that fuel your creativity!
We learned,then practiced drawing techniques with marker and colored pencil. Finishing up in our Bibles to create a glorious eye-catching Bible page. These ladies did an awesome job!! Love how each has the same design and come up with their own unique style that speaks of their personality.
It/was such a delight to spend the evening with these ladies and share the love of Gods word.
If you would like this template, go to my shop where all of my Bible art journal designs can be found.
Those of us who are creative HAVE to pack some art supplies. You just never know when the inspiration may strike! And we know that can be ANYTIME, especially on trips!! So here are a few of my favorite things… add a bag to fit it all and just grab and go.
This selection can even fit into ziplock bag if needed!
Handbook Journal- the square 6 x 6 or this one in 8.5 x 5. ( or any easy to carry size sketchbook)
mechanical pencil of your choice
Micron pigma pen .01 in black (its waterproof and acid-free)
This would be my BARE MINIMUM. BUT, as an art supplies hoarder I add a few more goodies in.
Watercolor pencils and/or compact watercolor set
dager style paint brush, point paint brush and a waterbrush
Acid-free glue stick
washi tape to tape stuff in sketchbook with
Folding scissors (find in the camping section)
a few other sizes of Micron Pigma pens for fun.
Trick to sketching more is to have your supplies ready to grab and go or in the car all the time. Secret nobody tells you is to buy double supplies if you need to. love that pencil? get two. One for everyday use and one in your kit. It is worth the doubles to have a drawing supplies all together instead of looking for this pen, pencil , brush as you get ready to go somewhere. it was the best thing I ever did,having duplicates of my favorites pens and p brushes. Even a small watercolor set. Then i knew my kit was complete and cold spend more time sketching and recording! What I wanted to really be doing…not trying to remember when I last had that brush. What are your favorite supplies and tips to spend more time drawing? C Love to hae a new excuse to go get a new tool! Share in the comments below. hope you found this helpful too! happy travels and sketching!