Journaling Sermon Notes in a Traveler’s Notebook | Process Video

Happy Wednesday! Today I’ve got something a bit different to share with ya! By request, I’m showing I journal in a traveler’s notebook. This video is a bit longer than my others, so be prepared 🙂


I had sermon notes from the previous Sunday that I wanted to journal and a fresh sheet of Maggie Holmes Sunny Days stickers. I grabbed some tried and true Print & Pray pieces, washi tape and alpha stickers. And a spread is born!


I used three speech bubble printables to anchor my spread. And I used those as a place to hold the three main points I wanted to journal. I used an older washi tape from the third Grace & Gratitude Kit and Maggie’s stickers on each bubble to keep them consistent.

I alternated between Kelly Purkey alpha stickers and these versatile alpha stamps. I used KP’s mini ink cubes and Studio Calico ink pads (Pink Lemonade) in colors that matched the stickers.


One the largest pieces were down I put my pen through this fun heart stencil from Echo Paper- so fun!

As I wrote my journaling there were a couple times where I was prompted to pull out a light bulb stamp (like when my noted mentioned light) or a butterfly sticker (when the journaling mentioned transformative change).


Once my journaling was done I grabbed the Mark Maker stamp set from Illustrated Faith (now sold out, I am SO sorry!) to fill in any blank spaces.

And that’s it! I reeeeeeally am excited to add more entries to my traveler’s notebook. Let me know in the comments below if that’s something you’re interested in seeing more of!

Before I knew Illustrated Faith and bible journaling were a thing, I was using scrapbook supplies in a notebook that housed my prayer requests, journaling and bible study notes. And this reminds me SO much of that. It’s like revisiting my faith art roots 🙂

In case you missed it, you can watch the video here 🙂

❤ Jillian


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