Last week I ordered a Journaling Bible. How cool is this– a Bible AND a sketchbook in one!
I thought it was appropriate to start on the last page. After all, we know the end of the story, right?
So, I got to thinking. If we know the end of the story, how do we live differently today in light of it? Do I live like I really believe it? Do I live every day in the security that God wins, and with the anticipation that Christ is coming?
I must be totally un-artistic because I cannot figure how to use the Celebrating God’s Promises book! 🙁 I know how to use the stickers, and I guess I trace over the traceables, but I fear tearing my Bible page. But what to do with the cutouts. Is it simply to color, cut out, and paste onto the page? That just doesn’t seem to be a lovely as your illustrations look. Any insight and/or instructions will be appreciated!
I’m having trouble figuring it out too! I am thinking that is right, color, cut out and paste.
Hi Mary and Carrie! I am sorry, I am just now seeing your comments. Tracing over the traceables with a Micron pen shouldn’t tear your pages. Start out with a light touch and you will get a feel for it! Any of the illustrations can be cut, colored and affixed to the page with glue (place a sheet of paper between the pages and close your Bible while the glue dries to prevent the page from wrinkling), or perhaps glue dots might create a nice raised effect. Column illustrations can also be affixed with washi tape. Get creative and enjoy!
Hi ? I think your style of illustration is so distinctive (and fab) and you could easily create illustrations for a kjv text and a lot of people would want to buy a copy of the krista colouring bible. I’d buy one. ?
Aww, thank you!
Would you be able to send me information on the different pictures on my recent purchase of the First Communion print I purchased from Personal Creations. I would like to inclued with the gift to my nephew. It is beautiful. Hugs, Kathie Jensen