Hi Everyone! Today not only am I on my blog, but I am also over on the Joy Clair Stamps Blog as well sharing some more of my Bible Journaling. Today I used the new Anchor of Hope stamp set to create a complete scene in my Bible that I watercolored for a very colorful page! You can watch the entire process below in the video tutorial!
If you want the full write up be sure to head over to the Joy Clair Blog and also take a peek at all of the DT’s projects this month! They are AMAZING!!
I have never created a full page layout that is completely watercolored in, so that’s what I went for today. I created a scene by stamping in waterproof black dye ink and using the brand new Anchor of Hope stamp set. I also used my Micron Pen to add in sand lines to complete the underwater scene.
I don’t treat my Bible pages before working on them, so I do have to be careful when using watercolors. The trick is to use as little water as possible and work in layers. Also, the color doesn’t move around as well and tends to soak into the paper more quickly so I move quickly and work in sections as well.
To add bits of interest into the finished page I brought back out my Micron pen to add more richness back into the lines and also dots under all of the “sand hills” to resemble actual sand. Finally, I added white gel pen lines to the waves and bubbles in the water to create the look of water.
This page was really a lot of fun to put together and I couldn’t be happier with the way it turned out. This new stamp set is so beautiful and allowed me to create a fantastic scene in my Bible that I can turn back to and look at time and time again!
If you are interested in any of the supplies I used in my Bible Journaling today, you will find them all linked up below! (Affiliate links used at no additional cost to you) Thank you so much for stopping by and spending some time with me today! Until next time, Happy Crafting!!
- Ranger Black Tie Dye Ink
- Waterproof Pen
- Sakura Koi Sketchbox Watercolors
- Ranger Artist Brush Set
- White Gelly Roll Pen