Hi, everyone! Karen Seifert here again!
This time to show you Bible journaling with StencilGirl® Products!
I hope you enjoy my video:
The beauty of stencils in Bible Art Journaling is their flexibility. The stencil bends to fit, or “hugs” the page,
which makes it easy to achieve a perfect inking of your letters, and images.
Most Bible Art Journalers use Bibles with wide margins, and fill that area with artwork or writing.
However, if you use a light-colored ink, or a light hand when applying a dark ink, you will still be able to easily read the scripture if you ink over the words.
Most inks will either bleed through the page, or you will see a shadowing on the back of the page. For this reason, I have two Bibles for my Bible Art, and I use my Dad's Bible for my Bible Study, and Daily Devotional.
The stencil “Sacred Words and Marks” has words, “Grace, Blessing, Sacred, Stillness,” and more.
If you want to create with these words, but don't know where in the Bible they show up, then, go to https://www.biblegateway.com/.
This is a searchable online Bible in over 150 versions. Just type your keyword, passage, or topic, select version (King James, Living Bible, etc.) and hit the search button.
Bible Gateway will show your search in both Old, and New Testaments.
If you are fearful of messing up, or don't feel comfortable creating artwork in your Bible, Pray about it.
Journaling Bible (I used Note Takers Bible)
Black Micron pen
What a lovely tutorial! Thank you!ReplyDelete
Thank you JessicaDelete
This is so beautiful! You've inspired me to get back to my own Bible journaling! Thanks for sharing your video with us!ReplyDelete
Thank you Cecilia, Let me know what verses inspire your art.Delete