Bible Journaling Sermon Notes | All People All Nations Collection

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Happy Wednesday, friend! Today I’ve got a new bible journaling process video sharing how I got my Sunday morning sermon notes in my bible using the new All People All Nations collection from Illustrated Faith!


I’m loving all the colors and fun painterly pieces in this collection- and it had the perfect elements to journal my pastor’s sermon about love in Luke 10. Pictured are the supplies I used- the Say it Loud 6×12 card stock sticker sheet, the Shapes tip ins (so fun!) and the die cut paper pieces. I also used the new Basics Tiny Colorful Alphas (I appreciate that they’re transparent too!)

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For a bit more color and pattern on my page I used a new to me stencil from Hero Arts along with an ink blending tool and Distress Inks in a mix of Peacock Feathers and Mermaid Lagoon. I have been having so much fun with stencils lately, so get ready to see them a lot more around here 🙂

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The bulk of my notes were written on the backside of this heart tip in (there’s a grid pattern on the back!) and I clipped it in so I’d be able to reference them later.

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I used a combination of Homespun number stickers to get those little heart bullet points and finished off the entry with a bit of washi on the bottom of the page. Easy peasy and it’s a beautiful reminder of what I learned that Sunday morning.

I hope you will watch my process video to see how the entry came together, to hear an overview of the sermon and then have yourself a great rest ok the week, k? K! See ya next time!


❤ Jillian


2 thoughts on “Bible Journaling Sermon Notes | All People All Nations Collection

  1. Where do you get the sermon notes from the Print & Pray used in this process video? No link listed below video as stated. Thanks!


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