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Bible Journaling with Clear Scraps

Hello! Jennifer here on the blog today to share what I did with some of the  new Border Mascils! Bible Journaling has really taken off in the past year and Clear Scraps has five different designs to choose from!  I have a few techniques that I used with each Mascil.  

For my first pages, I used the 3x12 He Lives Border Mascil.



I used a combination of acrylic paints and my journaling pen with the stencil.  



It's always a good idea to secure your Mascil with washi tape before using any type of paint or ink. Also, I use a protective sheet behind my pages as I am painting.  The sun is perfect for a corner of your page...I used yellow acrylic paint and then outlined with my black journaling pen.  




For my next spread, I used the 3x12 My Joy Mascil! I have to say the dove is my favorite! 


I colored my pages using Distress Inks in blues, greens, and red.  


I opted to use a foam applicator to ensure I could get into the smaller spaces of the branches and leaves.  




For the dove, I used metallic texture paste in white. Don't be afraid to apply a thick layer. I wanted to add a bit of texture to my page.  



Using the 3x12 Made New Mascil on my last page with spray inks and acrylic paint.  






Thank you for looking!  I hope this inspires you to use some of the Clear Scraps Mascils for your projects! Have a great day!


Additional products used: patterned paper, stickers:  Bella Blvd; letter stickers:  October Afternoon, Jillibean Soup; washi tape: Freckled Fawn, Queen and Co; spray inks: Heidi Swapp, Tattered Angels, Dylusions; distress ink: Ranger; acrylic paint:  Martha Stewart. 


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