I get asked often if there’s a Bible in which one can color with Copics – and sadly, no, there isn’t. Picture 1500 pages of your Bible printed on Neenah cardstock – you wouldn’t be able to lift it! However – a tip-in page is a way you can use your Copics. And Misti. And stamps. And dies. And, and and….
I used the Bible stamp from Colorado Craft Company and added a bumch of my other supplies to it – lots of fun to just get inky and add a ton of color!
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While the page does end up “stiff” in the middle of your Bible, over time it should soften a little bit, though it’ll always want to open up to that page.
I had bought this Bible stamp before Amy (owner of Colorado Craft Company) sent it to me — she had seen my instagram and figured I’d like it. She was right of course – but now I have two! Leave a comment on this post, and if you just want to comment but do NOT want to win, just say so in the comment, otherwise I’ll assume you’re entering. Good luck!
- Bible, Colorado Craft Company
- Bible Journaling Made Simple: An Art-Filled Journey for Creative Worship by Sandy Allnock
- Bible Journaling Made Simple Creative Workbook: A Guided Journal For Art And Writing by Sandy Allnock
- Folk Hearts dies, Essentials by Ellen
- Mondo Peony, Essentials by Ellen
- Mondo Hydrangea, Essentials by Ellen
- COPIC Multiliner Set Fine, Black, 4pc
- Uni-ball Impact Gel Pen, White
- Be Creative Tape, 12mm (1/2″)
- Crop-a-Dile Corner Chomper Tool
- Lawn Fawn Ink Pad, Jet Black
- Copic Markers, Ellen Hutson
- Copic Markers, Blick
- Neenah Cardstock