I’m really pleased with how this week’s Bible Journaling entries in the books of Proverbs, Job, Matthew, Acts, Psalm, and Peter turned out. These entries proved that sometimes the little things make a big difference. I encourage you to take extra time to add details to your entries as well. I’ve provided links to supplies if you’d like to support our ministry with your purchase.
I love this excerpt from Proverbs so much that I decided to do a Bible Journaling entry for it. I’ve used my Cricuit machine again and worked in my NIV Holy Bible Journal.
I’m working on Washi Taping all the chapters of my NLT Reflections Bible I’ve completed. I’m almost done!
I’ve returned to one of my favorite books of the bible, Job, for this Bible Journaling entry. I combined the use of the Napkin Technique and Gelatos here.
This Bible Journaling entry from the book of Matthew called for a bold look. To make it stand out, I used distressed crayons and stickers. I worked in my Personal Reflections NLT Bible this time.
This Bible Journaling entry comes from today’s Hope bible verse, Acts 24:15. I’ve used Gelatos and masking fluid in the NLT Personal Reflections Bible.
I added a lot of detail into this Bible Journaling entry in the book of Psalm. My Cricuit and embossing powder made completing this look in the NIV Holy Bible easy.
This isn’t one of our Hope verses for the month, but hope is a big theme in 1 Peter 4, so I decided to do Bible Journaling entry for it. I love the colors of acrylic paint and stickers used here.