I am a living stone!
This week I'm excited to host the creative prompt for the His Kingdom Come Community which is comprised of a group of christian
I selected "I Am a Living Stone" for my theme. I am reminded of what Peter tells us:
Bible Journaling My Way
I've admired a variety of Bible journaling artists over the last couple of years, so when I was invited to participate in this challenge, I was eager to say yes. I approached my contribution much like I art journal with a blend of paint, stamping, collage and sewing. Rather than journaling in a Bible I chose to use a handmade journal. I photo copied the scripture (page in the Bible) and glued it onto a page in my journal. I worked in my own style and method for a unique perspective that I hope will inspire you!
Follow along with my step-by-step tutorial for creating layered and messy mixed media Bible Journal pages with confidence!!
Let's Get Started!
One: Gather random text colored papers. Stamp images (I like these because they reminded me of stones) with black ink on to text paper.
Two: Adhere text and colored papers to your journal page with glue. Using white acrylic paint, smooth over the page with a palette knife.
Three: Photocopy the page in your Bible with your selected verse and adhere to page with adhesive.
Four: Using a Stabilo pencil add random marks around the page. Make marks with a regular pencil.
Five: Add colored stickers to the page.
Six: Add relevant image(s) with adhesive.
Seven: Create a little
Eight: Punch a hole in a tab, add a piece of sari or other type of ribbon. Attach the tab to the page with tiny attacher.
Nine: Add number stickers to highlight chapter and verse.
Ten: Add doodles and stamped image to enhance the page.
Eleven: Using a black pen, add doodle marks to the page. Use a Bic Wite-Out Pen to add white doodles.
Twelve: Using watercolor in a bright, complimentary color, highlight the verse you have selected.
Thirteen: Write or cut out words from a magazine or old book to create your statement.
Fourteen: Use pen, pencil and crayons to doodle and finish the page.
I love it when things are happening while I create that are not immediately noticeable to me.
•The picture of the rocks was torn from an Anthropologie Magazine. The rocks caught my eye and only later did I "see" the wooden cross in the bottom left of the photo.
After participating in this project I see how easy it is to incorporate the concept of Bible Journaling into my own style of art journaling. I love that I can create in a way I am comfortable with and express myself confidently.
Thanks so much for dropping by my space and I hope you were not only inspired but blessed by your visit. Please let me know in the comments if you have any questions or would like to share anything with me!
Have a blessed day!
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