Bible Marginalia Series- #48
We may not have been doing Bible journaling
long enough to say we have a REAL problem
with working with the back
side of a journaling page.
But, in some of the books where I was reading
through the WHOLE book as I journaled,
I have had to start thinking
about the "other" side of a journaling margin.
It doesn't look too bad here,
but I knew that I would not
be happy with the finished page.
So, then I find that Karla Dornacher
has offered some of her wonderful drawings
as printable bookmarks
on her Easy site.
Download, print, cut out,
back and attach.
( there is a small fee to download)
Same page covered with Karla's bookmark
and finished with a bit of washi tape.
the back side of another page in Luke
Finished page with Karla's book mark.
I backed it with scrapbooking paper
to completely cover the drawing from the other side.
Attached with double-sided sticky tape.
Two-page spread in Luke.
I have admired Karla's work
for many years and own a number of her books.
I was thrilled to see the pages together.
She makes my drawings look like "real Art".
Karla's book mark for Luke 4:8
Karla's book mark for Luke 4:18
In my Journaling Bible it happened
to have the 2 verses on back to back pages.
So I tried that.
I like them
as back to back illustrations.
Stop by and like her page on Facebook-
Karla also has these illustrations
done in black outline
so that you can add in
your coloring and shadings.
Thanks- Karla Dornacher for your help with
in our journey of
writing in the margins
of our Bibles.