Monday, August 25, 2014

Journaling {Bible} Acts 1:6-11

As I continue to go back through old sermon notes, I came across this teaching that I wanted to journal from Acts 1:6-11.

"We as God's children need something to do while we wait for Jesus' returnbe a witness."



I did some things differently on this page to help with the "bleed through." First, I stamped on deli paper and then used a glue stick to adhere it to the page. And because I used deli paper, I was able to add my favorite thing to the pagesewing. I also did not mist on this page. I used Dina Wakley's heavy body acrylic paint to splatter a few drops of paint and add the painted circles. Those did not bleed through at all, and I actually prefer it over the mist! Yeah! And if you missed my first page, click here to see that.

So, as I continue to journal in my Bible, I will continue to experiment. These pages really do go quickly, and I love the look. I hope you enjoy seeing these, and feel free to join in! See Shanna Noel's blog here. Have a blessed week ahead!

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Enjoyed this--pardon my ignorance, but where do you get deli paper not wrapped around turkey, cheese, etc.? Jennifer in OH

Patter Cross said...

LOL Jennifer! :) I got mine off of amazon.com last year sometime. I am sure they still have it. I understand that Sam's Club also has it but I do not belong to Sam's so I have not looked personally. Hope that helps. :)

Cassie said...

This is gorgeous, Patter, and the deli paper is such a good idea!

Dorothy Kovak said...

Patter, this post has really been a blessing. I went to the link for Shannon's site and there found a link to Doug Field's sermon. It is wonderful I sent it to my sister who is struggling with cancer. I appreciate you sharing your Christian journey so transparently. I am feeling a pull to start an art journal in a journal Bible. Thank you so much.

Stephanie said...

I'm glad Jennifer asked about the deli paper. I was wondering the same thing. :D What other ways do you use deli paper? What a great thing to journal. I really like this idea.

Leslie Webster said...

Very pretty, love the creative use with the deli paper.

Lisa Rukin Swift said...

You are so clever and so creative, Patter! Love how this turned out. :)

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