Prima Marketing : Bible Journaling

I've been having a wonderful time creating in my journaling bible especially with Prima Marketing products.  There are a range of wonderful products like stickers, journaling cards, patterned papers , beautiful stamps and many more that you can create with. My favourite Prima mediums are the gesso and oil pastels. They worked great on the bible pages and the end result is beautiful! Take a look and read my creative process on how I created my bible journaling entries...

EPHESIANS 5:20 | Giving thanks always and for everything to 
God the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ.

I started by applying yellow + green oil pastels onto the butterfly cling stamp, then stamped it onto the page. Next I stamped with grey ink to redefine the image. Once I was done with the positioning the stickers  I added leaf wreath and leaf branches to enhance the design, and painted them with green oil pastel. I love how saturated the colours are. Tip: Be sure to place a piece of cardstock/plastic sheet at the back of the page you are working on so it will protect the other pages from staining.

 PSALMS 63:7 | for you have been my help, 
and in the shadow of your wings I will sing for joy.
I really had fun making my own 'background' by creating circles with the oil pastels & cling stamps. Once that dried, I embellished the page with fussy-cut butterflies and stickers. A simple + bright page that really suits my style! I really love the fact that Prima has awesome products for me to create on my journaling Bible.

ECCLESIASTES 3:1 | For everything there is a season, 
and a time for every matter under heaven.
I was inspired to create a shabby-chic Bible journal entry. What I did was prime the margin with Art Basics Clear Gesso, then applied a few strokes of blue oil pastel. I used a water-brush pen to blend the oil pastels to achieve a water-colour look. Then I fussy cut the roses that were on the journaling note cards and pasted them on. Finally, I used stamps to enhance the background and completed the page with stickers and handwritten words.

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