Intimidated by Bible Journaling

Intimidated by Bible Journaling

I recently shared information on Bible journaling.  I still haven’t started. My excuse is too many other projects to finish up.  I will start…soon. If you are feeling a little intimidated about journaling in your Bible, here is a way to get started that will erase the fear of “messing up”. Instead of journaling directly in your Bible, you can journal, doodle, or color on a separate sheet of paper, cardstock, vellum or even an index card and then add to your Bible. This is called a “tip-in”. You can adhere with washi tape and form a hinge.  Then simply lift to read the Bible text underneath. This is also a great way to get started on a smaller scale. Or if the idea of journaling or doodling at all intimidates you, you can print out verses or other printables to adhere in your Bible. The point is to be in the Word. Be sure to stop by Connie’s blog, Vintage Grace, to learn more about her. You can also click the images above to be taken to a specific blog post about those pages. Have you started journaling in your Bible?  If not, why not?...
Source of Creativity

Source of Creativity

I ran across this on Pinterest from the lovely Stephanie Ackerman.  Yes, I stalked her boards. I love what Stephanie said with this pin. People ask me how I come up with my ideas…here is the only answer I can give. HE is the source of my creativity. This looks like it could be from her 52 card pick up class. You can find out about it here. Or learn more about Stephanie by visiting her blog Homegrown Hospitality. But wait, that’s not all!  <smile> On November 3, Stephanie will be teaching “Quote, Unquote: Adding Words of Faith, Inspiration, and Love to Your Art.” She will be teaching easy and creative ways to incorporate Bible verses and other text into your creations. Click here to view more details Faithfully, P.S.  What is your source of...
I Choose JOY

I Choose JOY

I just love the look and probably “feel” of art journaling.  One of these days I will start my own. In the meantime, I am sharing projects that inspire me. by Stephanie Ackerman We tend to intermix joy and happiness. We say things like, “this gives me joy”. But in reality joy is a choice not a feeling. Joy is something we possess. We have joy because of what Christ has done for us. Be sure to stop by Stephanie’s blog to read more about this project and read her words of wisdom concering joy. It is very inspiring. Learn more at her blog Home Grown Hospitality. Faithfully, P.S. Are you choosing...

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