Saturday, March 17, 2018

Bible Journaling with Joy Clair's Praise the Lord and Refuel My Soul

Another Bible journaling entry.  I did two different kinds of pages this time. One I did water coloring on and the other I did a clean and simple (CAS) with Atyou Spica twinkling pens. I love the glitter these pens leave behind with the bright colors. You can also see though them so I decided to use them to highlight some of my words. I don't like to stamp or draw over my Bible verses, I like to read the words though my mediums. So finding these were a great addition to my Bible journaling tools.

Refule upclose

Refule upclose

For the first page I used the Joy Clair stamp set called, "Praise the Lord". Like I stated above, I made this a CAS page. I kept it simple. I colored all the wording and highlighted my important words with the Spica pens. I love the glitter look. I am not sure it shows up in the pictures but in person it is so glittery with TINY specs of shimmer. I also used StazOn ink to stamp my words so if I decided to use water color it wouldn't run.

Refule upclose

For the second page I used "Refuel My Soul" by Joy Clair. I decided to do some water coloring. I primed my pages with clear Gesso so it wouldn't bleed though to the next page and let that dry. I always highlight the important passages with some kind of medium. I used my Bible highlighters. Next, I stamped all my images with StazOn and painted my images with Koi Water Colors. I also stamped the gas pump on the opposite page because I loved it and wanted to use it on my page somewhere but ran out of space on the page I was working on. I like to carry some of the images to both pages to keep the flow and tie the pages together.

Refule upclose


Refule upclose

I like to look at my Bible Journaling as my own mixed media mini projects. Each page I do something different and use a different medium. It all depends on what the reading is about and what my stamp set is. I hope you like my latest journal pages and learned something new to help you with your own Bible Journaling.

Until next time, Keep Crafting!!
Jen

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