Whenever I am clueless about how to illustrate a verse that spoke to my heart, I head over to Pinterest and type ‘Bible Journaling’ into the search bar.
It works every single time!
What I like about this is that the creativity of others gives me ideas that I would never have thought of in a million years.
I might ‘borrow’ an idea from several pins and by the time I’m done, it isn’t at all the same.
That is why I am going to share 6 examples of my artwork. I hope that this will give you some ideas to go with your own verse.
Jumpstart Your Bible Journaling with these Examples
It is from examples of journaling art that I have learned how to draw again.
Illustrating in my Bible about a verse that God impressed on my heart has helped me to draw closer to the Lord. So often it is through the example of others that we are encouraged to step up to a higher level.
If I can help you reach the next rung of your faith-ladder by pointing you to Jesus and becoming a creative for His glory, I will be so grateful!
Seek the Lord and His strength;
Seek His face evermore! 1 Chronicles 16:11
This is a fairly easy design to create. The fonts in the lettering that I used is none other than my own.
It has taken me a long time to start getting the hang of how to draw scrolls. They off-set a word in the illustration. To be honest, I am sure that I traced the scroll.
The flower and the butterfly were copied from a coloring book. I don’t always trace them but if you don’t feel that you have one ounce of artistic ability in you, then TRACE them!
Wouldn’t you LOVE to READ MORE?
You are Invited to Join the Bible Journaling Workshop
You are invited to join me this fall over at A Little R and R with Rosilind Jukic for the Free Bible Journaling Workshop. We are participating with Good Morning Girls in the Word in the Making Your Home a Haven Challenge.
Each Wednesday during November, I will be sharing more ideas about creative Bible journaling art to help you make your Quiet Time more meaningful as you draw closer to Jesus.
This is really going to be easy-peasy. Let’s get started!