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Some Bible Journaling Pages

Have you caught the Bible Journaling bug yet?  I am still really new to it, but I am addicted.  Here are a few pages I have done lately.  The lion page is pretty much my version of one from Pinterest but the others are my ideas.  My handwriting is awful and my drawing skills have issues (just look at that rib cage on the skelton - after I was done I had to remind myself that rib cages are rounded), but I love to do this.  It is a way two GIANT loves in my life meet up and that is fun, fun, fun!!!


Lion done with a black ink pen and chalk pencils:


Done with a Micron Pen


Done with Brushos, white gel pen and a Micron Pin (plus a sheep stamp):
 
Many Hugz!!!
 
 

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  1. These are so stunning and a wonderful way to express your artist side!! I've not gotten into any of these as of yet, but I sure love what you've done here! That lion looks amazing!! Thanks for sharing! HUGS

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  2. These look wonderful! Love how the lion turned out.

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  3. Your pages are just lovely and I think your drawing is just fine. I would not even have the nerve to attempt it. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Oh wow! Your designs are just fabulous! Each so clever and creative. Love these!!!

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  5. Fabulous pages Nancy, your drawing looks brilliant to me - your Lion is stunning and your little sheep is so sweet.
    Pauline
    x

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  6. Brilliant drawings, nothing wrong with them, clever you!

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  7. You're too critical of your own work - these drawings are fantastic! It looks like fun too!

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  8. WOW just WOW that is so cool Nancy, nope I have not... ( I did try doing little calendar art pages last year... that lasted about a week for me) I am rolling my eyes. ( I think I prefer coloring other peoples art than making up my own.

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  9. Your drawing skills are awesome! The lion is amazing, and I really like the brusho work too. This is something new to me...but it looks wonderful. (You're so fortunate to have those you love best, so close to you!) Thanks for your visits, and TFS

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  10. I don't want to hear about how you can't draw that lion is so cool I love it. The other pages are wonderful.

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  11. Wow! It looks impressive! I like the way you've chosen the pictures to the verses. Looks great! Good work!

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  12. Looky at you :) Such a wonderful way to make God's Word come alive in your mind :)

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