Illustrating Bible Process Video | Journaling Sermon Notes

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Hey, friend! I’m back with another bible journaling process video in the new Illustrating Bible from Illustrated Faith and DaySpring! Today I’m journaling sermon notes in Revelation 3 and sharing how I included my son’s artwork in the margin too πŸ™‚

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Doesn’t it look like I painted along the side?! But nope! I fussy cut around the brush strokes of one of my little guy’s latest creations (he’s three and loves painting). ❀

My pastor was preaching a sermon series called What Would Jesus Undo. It was very interesting! I believe it comes from this book if you’d like to learn more. Sunday’s topic was indifference. I’m journaling alongside the letter to the church in Laodicea where Jesus addresses their lukewarm hearts.

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I used coordinating pieces from the All People All Nations collection, specifically the paper pieces and card stock stickers.

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I also wanted to include a clear cut pad with a pink cross pattern on it but couldn’t make it work. Instead I opted to paint crosses on using Salmon and Pink Neocolor II water soluble crayons.

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I topped off the entry with enamel hearts, a bow clip and black watercolor splatters (I’m hooked!) You can head to the bottom of the post to see a full list of the supplies I used.

I hope this entry has inspired you to create today! And if you have kiddos I’d love to see how you incorporate pieces of them in your journaling. πŸ™‚

Have a great week! ❀ Jillian

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