MFT Sketch Challenge 493 * Bible Art Journaling

Hi there and welcome to a new Wednesday Sketch Challenge inspiration. Today, I have something a bit different for you. As much as I love cardmaking, I also like to do some Bible Art Journaling.

Even though I made a Bible Art Journaling page, you could easily make a card using the same supplies and with a similar layout.

I started with the sea. It's just some simple ink blending using Distress Oxide ink and the Drifts & Hills stencil. It is such an easy but fun way to create an ocean scene. Next, I did the sun. I used Distress Oxide ink again and the Radiating Rays stencil. After ink blendig with the stencil, I did some more over the white spaces of the sun to get lighter and darker rays.

I wanted to highlight one verse, so I covered it with Purple Tape (or washi tape) and ink blended over it. After carefully removing the tape, you can see the highlighted words. I really like this effect. If you're making a card, you would of course skip this step.

Now for the little girl. I stamped her onto watercolor paper and colored her with Faber Castell Watercolor Markers. Then, I cut her out using the coordinating die. I glued her in place and stamped some fishes in Distress Oxide ink to give the ocean a bit more interest. Now, I added a handwritten note to the sun and my page was done.

📖 🎨 💕 If you like Bible Art Journaling, feel free to visit my second blog: My Colorful Bible. You can find more pages I created using MFT products.

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Thanks for stopping by!
Have a colorful day,

1 comment:

  1. This is such a fabulous way to use the sketch - and the sweet image is perfect with the verse! I just love the way you highlighted the verse too!


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