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Penny and Penny: Bible Journaling Inspiration

May 25, 2018

Once a month, Penny Ward joins us with her inspiring and gorgeous Bible journaling pages featuring our products! You can read more about Penny and her Bible journaling tips HERE. We love her approach to Bible journaling: “I journal in a Bible to show my love of God and particular scripture most of the time. God gave me the crafty gene and I am showing him what He gave me. I am sure He loves it in His book no less. I also have a second Bible for reading.” So whether you are new to Bible journaling or a card-maker looking for stamping ideas and techniques, we welcome both you and Penny as we celebrate another EXTRA fun Friday with our fabulous friend.

Today Penny has a great technique for us– heat foil with… no heat! This is perfect for the delicate pages of Bible journaling.

Using our cling stamp, 40-511 Crimson Blush, Penny created a beautiful corner design on her page.

And her gorgeous technique looks stunning with a verse from our transparent set, 30-429 Gifts from Above.

Don’t miss the link below to check out her how-to.  It is fabulous for cardmaking, too!

TGIF! Don’t miss this…

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Shop for today’s featured Penny Black supplies

30-429 Gifts from Above
40-511 Crimson Blush

5 Comments leave one →
  1. May 25, 2018 2:53 am

    What a beautiful journaling page! Love the foil. Thank you so much for the steps!

  2. Cynthia permalink
    May 25, 2018 4:45 am

    Impressive and I didn’t know this foil technique could be done without heat.

  3. Chrisitne W permalink
    May 25, 2018 1:32 pm

    Love this! I really want to try my hand at bible journaling. Congratulations to your son being chosen as the Principal of LCE!

  4. cherylquilts permalink
    May 26, 2018 8:45 am

    Penny, what a gorgeous page to journal in your Bible, and I so love this Penny Black stamp set with the Scripture verses and faith sentiments! I am so happy that Penny Black is making more of these beautiful sets. I love each one and enjoy using them! Thank you for sharing your technique…step by step. It’s so helpful! Hugs!

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