Last week I did an introduction to Bible Journaling talking about which Bibles I use and some of my supplies. This week I want to talk about some additional supplies that are some of my top picks when it comes to Bible Journaling. Please remember you do not need any of these supplies to get started with Bible journaling. You can use anything you already have on hand.
First I love to mark my pages so that I can easily find them later. This can be done is several ways. The way I have done this the most is with tabs that I have created from a tab punch I picked up at Hobby Lobby and some scrapbook paper I already had at home.
I also like to add stickers to the pages. When I am not in the mood to hand letter or I just want to make it a little faster going on myself I will grab my stickers and add them to the page. I like to mix up different color stickers with upper and lower case letters and different letter fonts.
Finally one of my other favorite ways to add something to my Bible is with a overlay. Usually I will find a picture online that speaks to me with the story I am studying and then I will print that picture on velum. Once I have printed the picture on velum, I will cut it down to the size I want it to be in my Bible. Then I will use glue to attach it to the inside edge of my Bible. Last I will use washi tape to place over where the glue is to make it look prettier.
Do you have any special supplies you like to use with your Bible Journaling?? I would love to hear about it. You can leave a comment below and tell me about it. Also you can share it on Instagram with me by using hashtag #BibleJournalingwithSheena. Looking to connect with others who Bible Journal?? Join us in our group on Facebook, Beginner Bible Journaling.