Now that the Christmas Decor is down, and I'm finished with my FaceBook Thanksgiving and Christmas Bible Study Groups, I can return to a more normal routine. One thing I was excited about doing was resuming back to my own personal study of reading through the Bible beginning to end and doing Bible Journaling Pages again.
Last month I shared that I couldn't wait to get out of the book of 2 Kings and onto 1 Chronicles. But after a few chapters in, I wanted to go back to 2 Kings 🤣. For those who may not be familiar with the book of 1 Chronicles, it starts off with a lot of chapters on lists of names. There's not a whole lot of Bible Journaling one can do with a list of names, so I basically just colored in the pre-printed images that are already in the "Inspire Bible".
Here is the chapter title page. I used colored pencils for all the large spaces and then I used gel pens for more intricate work.
Speaking of gel pens, my son gave my granddaughter gel pens for Christmas. They are AMAZING! I tried them out and loved them so much I ordered my own set. They are by Aen Art and are so inexpensive! You get 30 colors for less than $10.00. You can find them on AMAZON.
I did do one page all by myself this month. I really loved this story about this arrogant king who thought he was so powerful and indestructible. God just laughs at him and says "Have you not heard? I decided this long ago. Long ago I planned it, and now I am making it happen". Every politician in power is only there because God put him/her there!
To make my page, I first colored the page in with gelatos, highlighting the verse that spoke to me. Then I stamped a man with a bull horn on card stock, colored the image in, and cut it out and glued it to the Bible page. I also stamped two more bull horns, colored them in, and glued those to the page. I used a variety of stickers and my own hand writing to convey my message.
The rest are all pre-printed images. This one the salmon color background is created with colored pencils and Gamosol. Everything else was more intricate so I used gel pens. I highlighted the letters with a white gel pen.
A simple page done solely with gel pens.
The bird and flowers were colored with pencils, for everything else I used gel pens.
I did the banners in colored pencils and gel pens for all the words and intricate details.
This page was a real challenge but I liked how it turned out. The letters were colored with pencils and Gamosol, but then I used a glitter gel pen in black to emphasize them. Everything else was colored with my new gel pens from Amazon. I'm so thrilled to have more colors to play with!
Have A Great Day! Amy
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Always inspirational. Tonight I need to color rather than mess around on my computer!!ReplyDelete
Thank you! It's hard to get off the computer when you're a blogger, isn't it? I've been trying harder and harder to limit my time on it so I can get more things done.Delete
AWESOME!! You inspire me Amy! So much wisdom in these verses and pages of the Bible! I love how creative you are, it's a gift from God!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much! I’m happy to hear these pages were a blessing to you.Delete
Lugar lindo!! Fotos muito lindas .Delete
Your Bible journal pages are lovely! Gel pens are one of my favorite tools, too! I've been trying to learn better hand lettering techniques lately. -Marci @ Stone Cottage AdventuresReplyDelete
I'd like to feature your post at Tuesdays with a Twist this week.
Thank you oh, I wish I were better at hand lettering! I have a book, but it doesn’t help me much. That would be awesome to be featured. Thanks so much!Delete
Lovely! Thanks for sharing on Farm Fresh Tuesdays, Amy! Have a wonderful week!ReplyDelete
Thanks so much!Delete
Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared. Have a lovely week. I hope to see you at next week’s party too!ReplyDelete