This week’s creative resources are all about Artist’s Journals and Art Journaling!
Here’s more great resources from two different sources!
Artist and blogger Antoinette shares on God Bless Your Art blog — all about art journaling your Bible Study. She also offers a 31 day challenge for March! No better time than the present to begin!
Also, the link below was from March 2014 and there’s no reason all ideas couldn’t be applied to March 2015 (or any other year) as well! 🙂 You might want to start at the bottom of the page and work your way up through the posts on this link to see the process from last year:
The second resource is from Rachel Wojo on her blog Encouraging Fresh Faith. If you are new to art journaling her helpful hints can help get you started! In her post she shares some of her favorite supplies that she uses, as well as her creative process. She also offers monthly challenges throughout the year to help you stay consistent at reading and studying your Bible.
Have fun & happy journaling!
Blessings of ARTistry, CREATivity & BEaUty, Jody
P.S. Find the complete art journal series here:
- Art Journal Your Bible Study
- Art Journal Experience
- Art Journal Resources
- Resources for Art Journals
- Art Journal Groups on Facebook
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