The popularity of Bible Art Journaling was very obvious on the ICRS showroom floor. A large number of the bigger publishers (and some of the smaller ones) have coloring books, specialized journals, or journaling Bibles that have either released recently or will be released before the end of the year. I asked some of them which product they most wanted my readers to be aware of and here are their answers. Christian Art Gifts Christian Art Gifts makes the My Creative Bible, along with a wide assortment of journals and coloring products. They are very proud of their entire...Read More
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Coming soon from Passio is the Promises of God Creative Journaling Bible in the Modern English Version (MEV). The sample at ICRS shows it will be double column with margins on the outside, and will contain lots of drawings to color. It releases October 18th and the hard cover edition will retail for $21.99....Read More
Paige Tate & Co helped start the Christian coloring book craze. Their work is as nice as it gets. Even just looking at the artwork is relaxing. The lettering is elegant and the books feature artwork from several artists. We’ll be reviewing some of their coloring books soon. This was their first ICRS and we hope it was a good one for them....Read More
For this week’s art journaling post another step by step . This time I’m journaling in the JOT Bible Life-Notes. This is a journal that is constructed like a Bible with space for you to make notes on every verse of the Bible and a couple extra pages for notes for each book of the Bible. It has lots of large blank pages to do your artwork on. To find out more about this journal you can read Randy’s JOT Bible Life-Notes Review. I will also have a various art mediums post up in a couple of weeks to show...Read More
It’s a problem every art journaler will face at one time or another. In fact it’s probably THE problem that keeps the most people from starting. What do you do with that blank page? It’s a problem for us for one of two main reasons; we are afraid or we lack inspiration. I have faced both. Fear We are afraid to damage our Bibles. We are afraid to make mistakes. We are afraid our efforts aren’t good enough. Especially when it comes to creative efforts we’re afraid of what other people will think of them or us for even...Read More
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