Hi everyone, I thought I’d share a quick Valentine’s project for you or the kids. This was designed to be a card for a long envelope, but you can make it a bookmark, fridge art or frame it. At first glance these cards might look the same, but look closely at the backgrounds. I have doodled a white back ground using a fine Sharpie
I am focusing on developing pages for my prayer journal. Why don’t you get blank sketchbook and join me? Let’s start with a praise page. The Instructions are below: For color I used Neocolor water soluble crayons. I color the area and the go over it with a wet brush. I love the way I can mix color right on the page.
I haven’t fallen off the face of the earth after all. It’s been a busy summer so I’ve taken some time off. But I thought I’d do a little posting tonight. We started a prayer service at LifeSpring Community Church (1615 Thoele Road, St. Peters, MO). If you are anyone you know is in need of prayer, please join us. As far as my sketchnotes
This week I’m posting some sketchnotes I did for a recent Children’s Ministry Webinar I attended. The presenter loved these so much he incorporated them into his handout. These were easy to sketchnote as Mark Jones from Mr. Mark’s Classroom provided a lot of visual images during his webinar. We’re actually headed off to meet him at a Children’s Conference. Stay tuned for more sketchnotes.
Some times thoughts pop into your head that require a quick note. Instead of writing out these notes, its good to develop a short hand or a legend to help you get those notes down quickly so you can keep your attention on the message. Developing a legend will help you keep up with the sermon without having to write long notes. You can begin thinking about