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Friday, 10 November 2017
Bible Journaling - Psalm 139:1
Topic: Bible Journaling

The lettering word for this week was 'give' and we learned another cursive font, this time with lots of swoops on the uppercase letters.

Day 1 - Draw out the word 'give' and practice thickening the downstrokes.


Day 2 - Practice writing out the whole alphabet in uppercase and lowercase.


Then we also practiced the alphabet with thickened downstrokes.


Day 3 - practice the new font by writing out words you associate with 'give'. Use some decorative elements.


For the thickened downstrokes I only filled them with hashmarks.

Day 4 - Use the new font to write out a 'give' scripture in a notebook or journal or on paper. I used Matthew 11:28.

 


Day 5 - Use the new font to journal a 'give' scripture in your Bible. I went with Psalm 139:1.


I used the assigned font mixed with some others. As you can see, I gave up on the 'backwards' letter 'o' and substituted a more conventional one.

I decorated my page with fall elements (leaves, nuts and berries) based on a journaling page that came up on Pinterest when I put in the scripture reference.

Next week I will be the one teaching the lettering lesson.

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 9:52 PM PST

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