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Bible Journaling with the Letter B

Catching up after the computer disaster of 2016!  Yay!

I have been doing a lot of Bible Journaling lately - here are two pages I did this week using DRS Designs images.


I did this top page using the Impossible Faith Greeting and the Big Mouth Bass image.




On this page I used the DRS Designs Hot Air Balloon image. I have used this image on a few pages in my Bible - it works for many differ scriptures and you can color up or decorate the image so many different ways.  I colored the page using water color pencils and a Micron Pen.  I stamped the images in a light ink and went over them with the Micron Pen - that way I don't have any bleed through.  This page is also for the current DRS Designs Challenge which is to use something that starts with a "B" on your creation.  I used balloons and the color blue and I did it on a Bible.

Hugz!

Comments

  1. HI Nancy - I am loving your Bible Journaling - I am going to look for one today! Yippee - I tried doing some in my regular study Bible but I am thinking it is going to get too THICK and not be that workable - I have seen this around for some time but now it is time for me to start doing this - as I am falling in love with viewing everyones art work! I like using the stamps!! And I have my share of those - will get some nice highlighters too - not sure I am going the paint route or water coloring - I shall see - thanks for getting me inspired!!
    Have a blessed day!

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  2. Fabulous pages Nancy, the 'Impossible Faith Greeting' is so true.
    Have a lovely weekend.
    Pauline
    x

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  3. Hi Nancy! I did it! I purchased my Journal Bible today - come read all about it here
    http://ilikepaper01.blogspot.com/2016/03/bible-journaling.html

    as I give you credit - thanks for the inspiration!! Have a blessed week!

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  4. Lovely pages Nancy! Love the concept of Bible journaling.

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  5. Nancy, this is so lovely and what a wonderful idea to do a Bible journal. Love it!
    Lynn

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  6. A wonderful page, Nancy. I love the glitter on the fish and the happy little face of your big mouth Bass. I also love the hot air balloons, too. I have just done a few pages in my journaling Bible. I agree it is addicting. Hugs, my friend.

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  7. How amazing! The fish and hot air balloons are such adorable details. Love the tabs on your Bible as well. Love seeing these, TFS!

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