Hello everyone... Helen is here today with a Bible journaling page to share with you all.
My Bible journaling is from Galatia 4:1-7 where Paul reminds us that we were slaves and by God’s grace he adopted us to be His own children through Jesus Christ. We are no longer slaves to the world and laws, we are now His children and God gives us the Holy Spirit. Through this adoption, we become His heirs! YES... We are the heirs of the King of kings!!! This is an amazing news!
I started by adding heavy body acrylic paints directly on my ESV journaling page. I learned from an online class that acrylic paint will not bleed through and can be a great first layer to prep the thin page. I used small flat brush to blend the blue, teal, and green color.
And then, I used the metallic gold acrylic paint to highlight the verses. I used very thin layer so I still can read the rest of the words on the same page.
I used craft heater to dry this page quickly to avoid wrinkling.
The stamp set I use on this Bible Journaling Page is the newly released Color By Faith Collection called Heir of God. This stamp set is just perfect for this verses.
I have a piece of fun foam that I trimmed to fit under my journaling Bible page and use it all the time for stamping. It helps to get nice and crisp result, I rarely had to double stamp my images. If I got not clear image, I always trace it or connect the line with Micron Pen 1. It is my go-to Permanent Pen with India Ink and no bleed-through the paper.
I stamped the phrases on the top part of the journaling space with acrylic stamping block using VersaFine Clair Nocturne Ink Pad and then I dried the ink with craft heater.
And then I stamped the castle image from the same stamp set using acrylic stamping block with VersaFine Clair Nocturne Ink Pad. I dried it again with craft heater and then I colored those flags with Red Acrylic Marker Pen.
With Color By Faith Bible Collection, Bible Journaling made easy for sure, especially for journaler like me who is not really good with drawing.
I hope you can try these simple steps to create a journaling page for your own devotion time. Have a blessed, wonderful day!