Here’s the April Bullet Journal Spread. I had hoped to have it posted this week end, but there were just a lot of obstacles in my way. I am excited to report that my teaching load will be greatly reduced which means I have more time for doodling and blog posts. I am going to try to get May June and July done in April
Delighting in the Names of God
Interview with Rachel Larkin about her new book, Delighting in the Names of God.
Prov. 3:5-6 Doodle Challenge
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
Visual Faith Part 3 – It’s all about the Worship!(and another doodle challenge)
I remember back when I was a little girl (many, many moons ago) and the pastor announced that a group from the all girls high school was going to do a visual dance at the opening of Christmas Eve services next week. There was an audible gasp. I looking at my father’s face, I thought he might make us all get up and walk out
Valentine’s day Doodle page inspiration
Hi, just a quick post today to give you a little inspiration to doodle up your bullet journal.
Learning to be visual Part 1 (with homework)
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
February Bullet Journal Printable – updated
PRINTABLE: Bujo Feb template (4) Be sure to set your printer for landscape and NOT portrait. Try setting your printer to flip along the short edge for correct printing. This works with my HP and my Brother printers PRINTABLE NO UPSIDE DOWN PAGES: Bujo Feb template-A Here’s the same file formatted with everything being right side up. Let me know if this works with your printer. Thanks
See you at Daybreak?
I’m leaving for Daybreak shortly. Are you attending? I hope to see you there! In case you’ve been wondering where I’ve been all summer, I’ve been working on a new book – here it is: A sneak peak at our project at Daybreak: The ink is drying.
Where do I get my ideas?
Where do I get my inspiration? Do you get frustrated when you’re trying to create something and you can’t think of any pattern to use to fill in? The secret is to create a library of anything and everything that you think is interesting. I never leave home without something to sketch in. Mostly I carry my Moleskin soft cover journal. Here an example
Daybreak 2016 – Love Wins Sketchnote from talks from Margaret Feinberg
I won’t write a long blog posts since there’s a lot to take in in this sketchnote. These are my notes from Margaret Feinberg’s talks at Daybreak last week at Harvester Christian. She was awesome and inspirational. If you ever get the chance to hear her speak – don’t miss it. I loved the part about looking for the Joy Bombs that God drops