The Christian Arts Gifts booth was one of the busiest booths at the show. I’ve always been impressed with how they get an elegant look with their intricate designs on imitation leather covers. Now they’ve taken those same intricate designs and stamped them into real leather. (That’s Lucinda’s hand reaching for a leather journaling Bible. And she say’s I’m bad for touching Bibles lol).
To say these Bibles were popular would be an understatement. I went to look at them several times and every time I was there I ran into someone from another publishing company who couldn’t resist the visual appeal of the Christian Art Gifts’ designs. They all told me the same things: “I know we have goatskin, but I really like these Bibles.” “They sure know how to make them look good.”
Here’s a look at the colors the leather is available in. You can tell there are a lot of colors. I didn’t take photos of all of them, but this will give you an idea of what’s available.
Even their journaling Bibles are now available in leather. Lucinda kept looking at these. I think she’s going to need one.
They had quite a few journaling Bibles and supplies.
They also had a lot of Bible cases available.
I was far more impressed with their booth than I expected to be. I kept coming back to look at their leather editions. I wasn’t able to ask what kind of leather this is, but I hope to review one or two sometime in the near future.