Monday, January 29, 2018

Abide in God and Bear Fruit



I am in an online Bible Journaling group on SCS and each month we have a theme to focus on. The theme for our January Bible Art Journaling (BAJ) projects is "Abide".



Those who remain in me, and I in them, 
will produce much fruit. 
For apart from me you can do nothing. 
John 15:5b

Earlier in the passage we note that Jesus is talking about being the "true grapevine" and His Father (God) is the gardener. Unfortunately, I didn't have any grape/grapevine stamps to use. Instead I decided to go with a different kind of fruit - apples.

Because it's important to me not to cover the Scripture, I used a piece of vellum for the tip in. When the tip in is turned (like a page) I can easily read the verses.



Thanks for stopping by my blog today!


Supplies Used

Stamps/Dies: Stampin' UP! Thoughtful Branches
Inks: Memento Cottage Ivy and Lady Bug
Papers: Neenah Vellum, Stampin' UP! Early Espresso CS and other papers from my scrap file
Letters: Illustrated Faith
Baker's Twine: unknown vendor

4 comments:

Shelly Schmidt said...

I finally found a bible for journaling, and like you, do not want to cover up the scripture. This is a great idea- love your page. Your idea to use apples is awesome!

Maxine D said...

Love your page Jeanette - and the fact that you put it on vellum so you can read the words - I love that you don't obscure the print in your Bible journaling
Blessings
Maxine

Lynn McAuley said...

Such a beautiful page, Jeanette!! Awesome work!

Helen Gullett said...

Jeannette... I love you beatiful, encouraging and inspiring page. The vellum is always great way of adding page on the Bible. LOVE those big letters, too. Thank you for sharing it!

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