Thursday, September 10, 2015

Romans 15:13 Bible Journaling Watercolor Tutorial and Process Video

Hi guys! I am super excited to share this watercolor process video with you today! I hope you enjoy! Resources are linked below :)






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Dear God Stamp Set from Growing MeadowsClassic Neocolor II Water-Soluble Pastels |Stazon Jet Black Ink | Glue Stick | Water Brush | ESV Journaling Bible | Illustrated Faith Bible Mat and Journaling Pen | Bracelet by Farm Girl Paints  | Acrylic Stamping Blocks | Tab Punch

xoxo,

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. What Bible are you using that has the wide margins? I've been looking for something having to do with bible journaling and I love the idea of using a bible for this purpose.

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    1. Hi there! It is the ESV journaling Bible by Crossway. There is a link to the one I am using at the bottom of the article;)

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    2. I found it on your blog right after I sent comment. Thank you for responding so quickly.

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  3. Can't wait to get my journaling Bible in!

    I've gotten some supplies and have been practicing in one of those tiny new testaments. Every kind of ink I use when stamping bleeds through. Are the journaling Bible pages thicker, do pages need to be prepped, or am I using the wrong ink?

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    1. Hi Maegan! I use Stazon ink in my Journaling Bible. The pages are slightly thicker than a regular Bible. HOWEVER, I hate to say they wont bleed because I find that some people to have bleeding with stazon. I think the manufacturer might be inconsistent with their paper selection? Chalk inks will not bleed for sure. As far as prep I am the wrong person to ask. I never prep my pages and if inks bleed though then I just work with it. Bleeding doesnt bother me. Most inks will not bleed if you use acrylics on the page first. It will help work as a barrier. I hope that helps a bit!

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    2. Hey! I use the Art Basics Gesso(it's kind of like Mod Podge...only don't use that)...you basically spread it on thinly and use a embossing/heat gun to dry it. www.rebekahrjones.com can also teach you how to use it. It does help the bleeding a lot, but you can still see a little bit of ink/watercolor/paint...depending on what you are doing. Hope this helps! :)

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