The blank margins of your journaling Bible can feel daunting when art isn’t your strength. But, with a few simple Bible journaling tips, you’ll find that you don’t have to be artistic to enjoy Bible journaling. In fact, you can even have pretty pages in your Bible without artistic talent.
When it comes to Bible Journaling, my goal is to simply journal the lessons God is teaching me in the margins. I’m a busy Mom with barely 5 minutes to sneak in a shower, at this point in my life Bible Journaling must also fit in small windows of time. There are smudges and hastily written notes more often than beautifully hand-lettered lessons in the margins of my journaling Bible.
I love Bible Journaling for keeping a record of what God is teaching me. But, I am no artist. I can barely draw a recognizable stick figure, and my straight lines are wobbly. Even the simplest hand lettering is a stretch for my (non)ability. Today, I’m sharing my favorite Bible Journaling hacks for the art challenged.
I’m a big fan of Bible Journaling, so I could not wait for this new gorgeous ESV Journaling Bible from Crossway to arrive for this review. Since I already have a journaling Bible, I plan to give this one as a present. But honestly, it’s going to be hard to giveaway! The Bible comes in a beautiful keepsake matching box perfect for gift giving. The Bible itself is a nice compact
Do you love Bible Journaling? If you are like me, the supplies might be taking over your desk. I don’t want to worry if the pen or pencil I grab is going to smear or bleed through my Bible’s pages. I need a container to keep my Bible Journaling safe supplies separate from my other pens and pencils. I’ve seen several ideas on Pinterest for organizing a huge amount of