Happy Friday everyone, I have been doodling and coloring my March Bullet Journal Spread. I have pics below. I used colored pencil and really light water colors to give the spread a little color. I just doodled. I found doing simple things like lines and circles make for fun images. You can see that everything is really simple. Give some of these ideas a try.
These are illustrations that I did for Lake Williamson Christian Center in Carlinville Il. I have over 96 pieces displayed around the camp. It is a totally cool place if you’re youth group is looking for a get away venue. These pieces are 5 feet tall and mounted on wood to give the surf boards a 3-d look. This verse was just too fun to illustrate! In
Hopefully you were able to catch last week’s post on why visual journaling is important. If not, you can catch it here: So what does all that have to do with my quiet time? I contend that if we doodle or draw while we’re taking sermon notes or in our quiet time, we’ll go deeper in our walk with the Lord. The whole point is to
Get the printable here I thought I would share my valentine’ triangle box. It is so crazy simple and its a quick color. Fill it with a truffle or some candy and makes are great valentines gift. Supplies needed; Index stock paper ( 60 lb or thicker) Candy Markers or Colored pencils single hole punch Scissors Ribbon The instructions are on the printable. Enjoy and Happy Valentines
In this series I am going to discuss why it’s important to be visual in our note-taking and journaling. Part 1 – We are Visual People Most of us are visual people, and we live in a very visual society. We are all familiar with the idiom, “a picture is worth 1,000 words”. It’s often easier to show someone rather than to tell someone. Given
Recently I decided to that wanted to focus more on praying serious effective prayers. I felt my prayers were shallow, and left over. I want people to know that if i said I was going to pray for them I was going to pray for them. So i set out to create the effective prayer journal – somewhere to document my prayers and His answers,
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