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When we refer to the bible journaling, we talk about the practice of using art and creativity to illustrate the faith. Many people already know about this subject that is now quite popular. There are countless tools to use. Among those tools are the pieces of paper or die cuts.
I want to talk to you and teach you a bit about how to use the paper pieces for your bible journaling time. The pieces of paper are my favorite because you do not need to be an expert or professional in art to illustrate your faith beautifully. Check out these 5 ways I use the paper pieces in my bible:
Using paper pieces to write a verse or a note:
You can use these pieces to write on them. A bible verse, a note, a date. It’s on you!
Using paper pieces to decorate your page:
Simply get some washi tape or glue and star decorating your page with these colorful and beautiful pieces.
Using paper pieces as bookmark:
I use them as bookmarks also. Some of them include tags, and pieces that are bigger. They make a perfect option as bookmarks.
Using paper pieces along with washi tape:
Make your page beautiful and interesting by using together paper pieces and washi tape.
Using paper pieces as bible tabs:
Some of the Illustrated Faith packages comes with some bible tabs too. You can write on them. Or just use the paper pieces you want to identify a specific topic or page.
Paper pieces resources and examples:
Paper pieces or die cuts, ephemera, tip-ins:
- Paper pieces # 1
- Paper pieces # 2
- Paper pieces # 3
- Ephemera pieces # 1
- Ephemera pieces # 2
- Tip-ins pieces
There are lots of options in paper pieces, also you can look or search for “ephemera” that is used for journaling, junk journal, planners and more. Hope this post leads you to use paper pieces for bible journaling. It’s super easy! – Bible Journaling should be easy, enjoy it! 💛