A brown paper sketchnote and a bulletin cover

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I haven’t posted any sketchnotes in a bit, so I thought I’d share what I’ve been up too. I’ve not been happy with my sketchnote format. I have been Sketchnoting on a sheet of card stock but I find I want to have them in a bound book. I knew I didn’t want a binding that was glued because you can’t use the whole page and they don’t scan well. On my last trip to the Art Mart I found this 8″ x 8″ sketchbook that I thought would be the perfect size. The brown paper gave me pause but I decided to try it and I love it. I bought a pastel white pencil and I use a black marker. It has simplified things. I write in black and when I get home I add the white highlights. i bought a new Prisma .08 black marker than made sturdier lines, but I would not have used the colored chalk pencils if I was going to redo this as I think the black and white are more dramatic.
We visited St. Louis Family Church this week. It was a warm and welcoming group and we really enjoyed the sermon. It reminded me of this bulletin cover I did a bit ago. May the word of my mouth be pleasing unto you O God. Ps 19:4.


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I also wanted to share my Elements of Sermon Sketchnoting book mark. It’s a handy reference or you can share it with a friend to introduce them to Sermon Sketchnoting.

you can get the printable here: Sketchnote Elements x3


Sketchnote Elements


And you get get my complete easy step by step guide to Sermon Sketchnoting in the Blessinks Store for $9.95. It’s printed on heavy paper so your practice pages will take a good black pen.


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