Topic: Bible Journaling
I really like trading off with Ann when teaching lettering lessons. We always choose such different alphabets to bring to the students and fun spedial projects to include.
This was Ann's week to teach a lesson she called 'Pray'.
MONDAY was the introduction to the style with the focus word. This letter style is very casual print that features serifs and curls as well as randomly thickened letter parts.
As you can see, I did some of the fill with highlighter.
TUESDAY we got to see the whole alphabet. I focused on the structure and kept my letter sizes pretty consistent. In actual usage the letters will be more randomly sized.
WEDNESDAY our special project was to write on 3x5 card a quote about prayer, decorate it with decorated twisty ribbons and mount it on a larger piece of scrapbook paper. Did I do that? No I did not!
I had a small blank book made up in my studio and decided to write many quotes directly on scrapbook paper and mount them on the book pages.
THURSDAY we were supposed to write a verse on plain paper with the Pray font, include some decorated twisty ribbons AND add dangles. My design did not support the ribbons and dangles so I just left them off.
My scripture is also a paraphrase.
FRIDAY I did use the dangles and the twisty ribbons in my Bible.
I was fortunate enough to have a large chunk of blank paper at the end of the chapter where my scripture was located.