It has been so long since I shared any Bible Journaling pages as I had so many Valentine crafts to share last month. With Easter right around the corner, I though I should squeeze another Bible Journaling post while I can.
First up, is a pre-printed page that I colored with a mix of pencils and gel pens. I have found that is my latest favorite way to color: use the pencils on the large spaces, and save the pens for the small, intricate designs. I created an ombre effect in the words "good" and "love".
Here is a page I created myself using music stamps and stickers. Using an ombre effect again (I'm just crazy about the way it looks), I colored the background with gelatos. Then I just stamped and stickered away!
This is a pre-printed image I colored with a mix of pencils and gel pens. I used a pencil to color the background blue, then I used gel pens for everything else. I colored the clouds with a white gel pen to make them pop. I really love how this page turned out.
Isn't this a pretty pre-printed image? It was a joy to color it in with gel pens. What a lovely verse too!
This pre-printed image page was colored entirely with pencils as most of the images were large.
Here is a page I created myself. I colored the background using a sponge and an ink pad. The rainbow and clouds are MFT die cuts that I colored in. I stamped the flowers on the bottom using a retired Stampin' Up! stamp. I hand wrote the Bible verse and then I added a sticker on top.
I colored this pre-printed image in using all red and pink gel pens to emphasize the heart.
Every chapter in the Inspire Bible always has a beautiful chapter header. I used pencils to color in the background, all the large spaces, and the landscape. I did the words and intricate parts of the design in gel pens.
A good white gel pen is a necessity for Bible Journaling. Here I used a white gel pen to accent the words "Adore", "One", and "Things". The banners were colored with pencils, and all the words and greenery was done in pens.
I just colored in this simple pre-printed image with pens.
Here's that ombre effect again! I told you I liked it! I colored the background peach using a pencil, then did the ombre effect with pens.
And finally, another page I created myself. The background was colored with inks and a sponge then I stamped flowers all over the page. I did the verse with a variety of stamps and my own handwriting.
Have A Great Day! Amy
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