Last week I told you that I’d have the “As for me and my house” printable for you. You can find that one at the bottom of this post. Next week I’ll give you a copy of this 1 Cor. 13:4 image, “Birdhouse in a Tree.” Again, I have to scan it at high resolution and and fix some of the shadows before it’s ready to print. So I’ll work on that one this week. Don’t forget to come back. 😀
Oh! One more thing… I created a page on Facebook for us, so that I can see YOUR pages. We can ask each other questions and share our doodles!
Now for the Bible entries I’ve been working on this week!
These are done with watercolor pencils directly on the page.
I don’t use too much water, and it’s fine!
This next one is so dark and muddy looking. I forgot to take the photo during the day. Argh!
Click the image below to view and print a high resolution 8 x 10
Suggested Supplies for Bible Journaling:
KJV Journaling Bible This is the one I use. My favorite! There are other ones on Amazon too. So you might dig around a bit to find your favorite.
A sharp pencil
2 PACK – Pigma Micron Pen .25mm Open Stock-Black – I absolutely LOVE this pen! I started with a different pen, but once I got a hold of this one, I was hooked. My lines are so much cleaner, and I can add small details.
General Pencil Kimberly Watercolor Pencils, 24 Per Package – Under $20.00 for a pack of watercolor pencils. These are a great deal! You can definitely start with them. I use them daily.
Da Vinci Watercolor Paint Brush Size 8 – I don’t see my exact paint brush on Amazon, but this one is very similar. I had no idea what to buy, but now I do. It must have that nice tapered edge so you can get into little places with it.
Gel Ink Pen White – I just picked this up yesterday. Where has it been all my life? This is great for adding little white spots over the paint, like polka dots on a dress, whites in the eyes, etc. OR if you make a little mistake in your lettering, it’s like a little dab of white out. Really awesome pen!!
Derwent Drawing Pencils, Inktense, 4mm Core, Metal Tin, Watercolor, 24 Per Pack (0700929) – These cost a bit more than the Kimberly. I use them alongside the Kimberly pencils because they are vibrant. They also blend a bit better because of the quality. However, you do not need these to create nice images.
And if you are looking to doodle on watercolor paper. This is the pad I’m using:
Canson Watercolor Paper Pad, 30-Sheet, 9-Inch by 12-Inch, X-Large
I used this paper on the clock and for the images I painted. This paper is also the perfect thickness for creating a birthday card.
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