I'm calling today's printable, "Bible Journaling Stickers", but even if you don't have a journaling bible I think you'll find lots of ways to use these.
They would be perfect for any kind of faith-related scrapbooking, or art journaling or you could add them to your project life journaling cards or even just stick them on the envelope of some happy mail to a friend.
Click on the image above to download your printable bible journaling stickers
To make them into stickers, you'll just need to print the pdf out onto sticker paper, (I use this kind from Avery) and then cut them out.
The stickers are hand drawn and colored by me with Prismacolor pencils
I like to print them out on plain cardstock too, so that they're like die cuts and I have more flexibility in how I use them.
On the page below I sewed one on fabric and paper to make an extra flap (called a tip-in if you're new to art journaling) which I then attached to my page with washi tape.
The tip-in is made from a leftover piece of another art journal, some sewn and painted graph paper and transparency.
On top of that I sewed a little fabric pocket with labels that have the words and definitions from the scripture (Psalm 103:1-4). (the labels are printed Digital Scrapbook supplies from one of my favorite designers Allison Pennington at The Lilypad)
On the opposite side is a drawing from my sketchbook.
I'm taking a class with Jane Davenport called Whimsical Faces (via Interweave) and I've been practicing faces on scratch paper. The class is so wonderful, Jane is an amazing instructor! I highly recommend it if you want to learn to draw faces.
This was one of those practice faces and I thought she was perfect for this page, so I made her a fabric body and a scripture skirt! (oooh, I want a scripture skirt!)
Do you do any art journaling? What do you think of Bible Art Journaling? I'd love to hear your thoughts as a believer and/or an artist.
And I'd love to see your work! Show me a link in the comments or tag me on Instagram (@pinkpaperpeppermints)!
Grace & Peace,
"Bless the Lord...Who crowns you with lovingkindness and tender mercies." -Psalm 103:1& 4