Sunday, December 29, 2019

Bible journal bookmark tag with stamping and Copic markers.

Today, I am showing a way to add art to a bible journal, using Copic markers and stamping.



Sentiment:  With God all things are possible ~ Matthew 19:26

This is one way to add art to the thin bible pages without damaging the backside of the page.  Using a separate trimmed stamped panel is a great addition for use with these mediums.  See below for details and a video tutorial.

For more of my bible journaling posts, see bible journal.
For similar planner art techniques, see planner.


Here are helpful tips for creating this.  To begin, pre-cut and stamp your artwork onto cardstock.  Then, die-cut or trim the cardstock.  Next, color in your stamping using markers that are compatible with the ink used for the stamping.  Then, fussy cut or trim any other pieces.  Finally, add cording for the bookmark and/or adhere the art onto the bible page.


I made a quick video tutorial showing the process for this project.
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Here is another look.




Supplies:  Unity Stamp Co. Pray, GirlSimon Says Stamp intense black ink; My Creative Time So Many Books, Copic markers E37, E33, E00, YR00, Y21, YR23, BG32, BG49; hemp cord thread, My Creative Bible.

Have a lovely day.
Gaylynn

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