Friday Favorites

Meet a charming Paper Artist and Download Dozens of New Printables! -- It's Friday Favorites!

Meet paper artist Emily Thomas, and check out all the new bible journaling printable links I've found!

If you have something fun you'd like me to share on Friday Favorites just drop me an email and let me know!



Artist Feature - Emily Thomas


Emily Thomas is a former nurse, now full time mom, artist and writer.  She is funny, charming and down-to-earth, and she talks about the Lord in a way that will always encourage you.

Emily and I connected through a now defunct social network a couple of years ago, and I'm so glad we did.  She is such an inspiration to me in her writing and her beautiful artwork!

You can catch an interview with Emily on the God Center Mom podcast and she'll be speaking at the Declare conference this year!

Be sure to stop by her blog and soak up some of that inspiration. :)


Even More Bible Journaling Printables

I found more wonderful printables that can be used for Bible Journaling!

The links are below, but I will add them to The Ultimate List of Free Bible Journaling Printables.  When I add new printables I'll include the date so you know what's new since you last visited!

Most of these are large printables, but you can use my printable trick to shrink them to journaling card size or smaller.


Download this beautiful free print by Colette of Raw Art Letterpress at The Nesting Place

I Won't be Afraid    by Kim at Not Consumed

Vintage - Be Ye Kind To One Another by Abby at Little Birdie Blessings (Abby has lots of pretty vintage printables, many with bible verses!)

This is the Day scripture art printable by Laura at I Heart Planners

Dozens of gorgeous scripture printables by Danelle Burkleo  There are over 40 printables here, you are going to need a lot of ink and some time on your hands. :)


Those are my Friday Favorites!  Hope you have fun with all those printables and have a wonderful, creative weekend!

Grace & Peace,


 "Therefore encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing." -1 Thessalonians 5:11