Hello everyone... Helen is here. Today I would like to share with you all a Bible journaling page that I created with these new Joy Clair stamp sets: The Potter Stamp Set, Many Names Stamp Set, and Crackle Background Stamp.
The Isaiah 64 talks about how the people of Israel cried out to the LORD and asked Him for His grace and forgiveness for the sins that they had done before Him. They realized that the LORD was their one and only Father, whom in His hands their lives were formed and that the LORD controlled their lives as He had planned since the beginning of the creation.
This truth is also for us. We can find peace in this truth by knowing that we are in the hands of the God Almighty, that our lives is formed and planned according to His will, and that God our Father is the one who control every single situation in our lives. We can find assurance in Him by trusting Him and surrendering our lives into His hands and let Him does what He has planned to do in and through our lives since the beginning of creation.
To create this journaling page, I started with applying some Clear Gesso on the Bible page and let it dry.
I cut the images using the digital cutting files from the Potter Stamp set using my Silhouette Cameo machine. I always keep the negative die cut for stamping.
When the Clear Gesso on the background dried, I stamped the Crackle Background stamp randomly on the page with Vintage Photo Distress Ink Pad. And then I sprayed with some water using Distress Sprayer for some extra texture.
I added some White Gesso with my finger and it was very thin layer. After that, I added some more inks around the edges with make up sponge.
I colored the images using Leisure Arts Watercolored Pencils and watercolor brush.
I added the colored images on the page with dries-clear Adhesive Glue, and I stamped the sentiments from The Potter stamp set and Many Names stamp set with VersaFine Clair Nocturne.
I wrote couple words on the page using Faber-Castell PITT Artist Pens. The journaling page is done. I hope you all enjoy it today.