Ellie Claire Art Journals

Can we just say, “WOW?” When these arrived, we were amazed by how gorgeous these books are! We were very impressed by the quality of the last books we got that were from Museum of the Bible so we shouldn’t have been surprised. Read on and take a look at some of the pages of these three books.

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*Illuminate Your Story Journal

Released: September 4, 2018
Publisher: Museum of the Bible Books

Page Count: 160

The Illuminate Your Story Journal starts with an introduction on how artists used to create the “illuminated manuscript” as an “overflow of his heart and a spiritual act of worship. The “illuminated” beauty of the gold or silver leaf decoration within texts captured the attention of its audience. Through the pages of this journal, there are spaces with step-by-step instructions on how to draw the letters of the alphabet with details, as well as other drawings, and there are lined pages with quotes and Scripture. There is a pen loop on the spine of the journal to hold your favorite pens to create wherever you bring your journal. In the back, there is a “pocket” on the cover to hold keepsakes, and there is a band to hold the journal closed.


 

*Faith & Lettering Journal

Released: February 20, 2018
Publisher: Ellie Claire Gift & Paper Corp

Page Count: 160

When handlettering and Bible journaling meet, you get the Faith and Lettering Journal! As we have found more and different outlets to creatively express our worship to God, Bible journaling has become popular. This journal has dotted grid pages to practice the varying lettering styles and designs throughout the book. There are full-colored pages that will inspire us to create our own pages of handlettered Bible verses. I love the “Pro Tip” that we can practice 15 minutes every day. That’s a great encouragement to get started no matter our current skill level. There are more straight fonts/letters and there are more scripty fonts/letters. The artwork is bold and expressive. There are also blank lined pages for you to journal your thoughts and reflections on some of the verses in the journal.

*The Illustrated Word

Released: September 19, 2017
Publisher: Museum of the Bible Books

Page Count: 160

The Illustrated Word: An Illuminated Bilbe Coloring Journal is a little different from the other two journal. This one focuses on illustrations – forty of them to be exact! These old medieval-style illustrations have been recreated as line drawings so that we can color them the way we want. The full-color illustrations from the archives of the Museum of the Bible are mastery done and are also included in the pages of this coloring journal. I love the soft color and page in this book and are excited to color in the details of the pictures included. Like the other two journals, there are also quotes and lined writing pages for reflective thoughts.

How are some ways you like to create with Scripture?

OTHER REVIEWS

Illuminate Your Story Journal :: Amazon | Christianbook | Barnes and Noble | Goodreads
Faith & Lettering Journal :: Amazon | Christianbook | Barnes and Noble | Goodreads
The Illustrated Word :: Amazon | Christianbook | Barnes and Noble | Goodreads

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