Hello, it’s Gaylynn. Today, I am sharing techniques for bible journal art with stamping along with coloring using Copic markers and Prima chalk ink for watercolor.
For this bible journal art with stamping, I chose a leaf border in chalk ink along with the Unity stamps. This is great for including the men in our lives and especially Fathers and sons in bible page art.
When life gives you more than you can stand, kneel.
I made a quick video tutorial HERE showing the process for this project.
These are helpful tips for bible journal art with stamping and other mediums. To begin, find an open area or margin in your bible to add the sentiment, the guy and an added stamped border. Then, protect the pages underneath with a scrap piece of paper. Next, stamp the sentiment plus color the guy using Copic markers onto card stock. Also, fussy cut (cut out) the guy and die-cut the sentiment circle. Then, using chalk ink, stamp the leaf border. Also, using a narrow paint brush and a bit of water, blend chalk ink within the leave for light watercolor. Next, heat set the chalk coloring. Finally, adhere the sentiment and the guy panels using flat double-sided tape over the leaves border, to finish.
The chalk ink does not bleed through to the back of the page. You will see a shadow of the leaves on the other side, but it does not damage the back of the page art.
For more bible journal art pages, see the Unity blog posts labeled Bible Journaling.
Here is another look.
1 Corinthians 10:13
Also, flat double-sided tape, Neenah solar white cover card stock, My Favorite Things stitched circle shaker window die-namics, Prima chalk edgers in dry sand, rock moss, lime pie; paint brush, My Creative Bible KJV, Copic markers G12, YG11, E33, YR00, E43, E30, B0000, C7, C5, C3, C1.
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Please, tune in next Wednesday with a new project for Technique Time.
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