Category: Process Videos

Category: Process Videos

Scripture Journaling

This week I have been studying the talk “A Living Witness of the Living Christ” by Bishop Gerald Causse from April 2020 General Conference. I was so struck by his words that I wanted to document them in my scripture journal. I created a process video for you to see

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HEAR HIM Scripture Journaling

Documenting my study of President Nelson’s talk “Hear Him” from April 2020 General Conference in my scripture journal. I’m working in 3 Nephi 11, where Heavenly Father introduces Jesus Christ to the Nephites using words “Hear Him”. This talk is so powerful. My biggest takeaway were concrete examples of ways

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Scripture Journal

This super easy technique requires no artistic talent whatsoever, but it looks SO impressive! All you need is a fancy napkin and some clear gesso (mod podge would probably work, too, but it should be matte or the pages will stick together) and I know some people use matte medium

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Book of Mormon Journal: How to Create a Tape Transfer

Simple and easy way to add art to your scriptures! This tape transfer technique is a great way to add gorgeous artwork to your scriptures even if you feel like you aren’t artistic. If you’re looking for a great way to add beauty to your scriptures, I have an awesome

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Bible Journal with Me: Abound in Hope (Simple Watercolor Florals)

 Bible journal tutorial using watercolor to paint simple flowers. These simple watercolor florals are a beautiful addition to your bible journal.   There is something so beautiful to me about a simple line drawing over scriptures.  While I enjoy creating big, elaborate scripture journal pages, I am often struck by

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How to Create a Tape Image Transfer

Hey there!   Have you ever created a tape transfer?  It’s almost like MAGIC!    Whenever I teach this method in workshops, the attendees are seriously SO delighted!   It’s incredibly easy and all you need is a magazine image and some packing tape.  The packing tape stays sticky and

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