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Faithbook Series #6: Bible Art Journalling


Hello friends! I made a little commitment to myself a long while back – and it’s about to get real!

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Bible Art Journalling

I’ve been messing around from time to time in my journalling Bible. But I keep thinking, “Oh I should try this in there!” or “Hey I wonder if this would work?” I see so many great people on Instagram sharing their pages – and now I’m going to jump in.

For Kathy’s 30 Day Coloring challenge, I’m gonna go off in my own little world and play in my Bible – it may only be a little bit, some pages might take a couple days to do. But I’m going to do it! I’ll just be sharing on Instagram – well, after today! – and sometimes on Periscope. And in March I’ll do a wrap up here on the blog and YT with lots of info about all that I learn in the meantime. Mediums, tools, processes. So hang tight – and I’m gonna go get my ‘art’ on in my Bible!

Watch the video below or click HERE to watch in HD on YouTube!

I hope you’ll consider joining me. Whether in your Bible, in a journal, just on paper….whatever floats your boat! Go follow along with Kathy and get some inspiration too.

Sandy Allnock Bible Art Page

And stay tuned….I’m working on a plan to get lots of resources to help with Bible journalling….more to come eventually! Happy February!


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12 thoughts on “Faithbook Series #6: Bible Art Journalling

  1. I am getting a journaling Bible next month in the meantime I am taking a class called faith ihfused so I can do some similar things in that journal. I had to laugh the other day when my order came from Our Daily Bread Designs and I happened on your periscope using them. Looking forward to seeing more of this series.Love your work I’m waiting for my Daniel Smith order from Ellen’s as well. Love your work.

  2. Lovely.

  3. What a great page. I love that you can still see the scripture underneath and your ironing tip. Thanks.

  4. I have been thinking about starting Bible art journaling. Your video answered some questions I had. TFS

  5. Wonderful project you are taking on, and you’re off to a great start!

  6. I took a class at my church on Bible journaling 2 weeks ago, now have a journaling Bible. They advised not to use water color if you didn’t want wrinkled pages but nice you can try to dry them. I loved your whimsical drawing class, I haven’t posted all my photo’s yet, but not happy with how a couple turned out. I’m busy with Valentine’s and Birthday projects now, but knowing I can rewatch video’s and try things again is great! Thanks for your inspiration and encouragement, I’m also doing Kathy’s color challenge and doing Bible journaling is a great idea to get it accomplished, I’ll also be “coloring” some stamped images for all my projects.

  7. Would really like to know what Bible you are using .Of course your work is inspiring. Thanks.

    1. It’s out of print, I bought it used.

  8. Thank you so much for sharing! I’ve been wanting to attempt whimsical flowers in my Bible for a while now, but couldn’t quite figure out how I wanted to do it. You made this look so easy that I’m going to give it a try. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

  9. Great video…free hand awesome coloring and design.

  10. As usual, beautiful illustrations and coloring. I was speaking with a friend on Saturday about bible journaling. She had never heard of it but was instantly intrigued. I’m going to send her this blog post and the link to your instagram page so she can learn more. No one tackles a topic like you do and it will be a great place for her to learn all the ins and outs/how to’s.
    Thanks Sandy!

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