C132 That First Sip
Bible journaling Layout instructions
Created by Rochelle Rossouw
For This Project You Will Need:
- Wavy Stencil
- Stamperia Gold Glamour Paste
- Old Gift Card
- C132-009 & C132-010 Fussy Cut sheets
- Olba Glue / White Craft Glue
- Ruler and pencil
- Faber-Castell Pitt Artist Pen Dark Sepia and Sanguine in S, C, M & B nibs
- Dust Free GoldFaber eraser
- Small and Large Clear Sticker Sheets
- WRMK Tab Punch
- Date Stamp
- FineTec Pearlescent Metallic
- Small Fan Brush for splatters
- Crossway ESV Journaling Psalter – I used 1 Timothy 6v11-12
- Hold stencil firmly on page while scraping the glamour paste through it on the top right and bottom left of the layout to frame the opposite corners in imperfect triangles. Stamp off any of the leftover paste onto the open space in between the two corners. Let it dry.
- Use the elements from the fussy cut sheets to compose your layers over the dried glamour paste. Use Olba glue to adhere it – this will work better on top of the dried paste to be able to adhere to the paste and still allow movement if you want to change anything, also allowing for some dimension. I also used the white FabScraps Craft Glue
- Next draw even lines using pencil and ruler lightly over the open space between the two opposite corners. Write out in pencil lightly the verse to work out spacing and getting the words evenly over the space. Using various styles of writing and pen nib sizes write out the words of your title or verse over the lines as planned out. Erase the lines, I recommend using a dust free GoldFaber eraser.
- Fill in the left over white spaces in the layout with some of the smaller elements in the fussy cuts sheets and the small and large sticker sheets.
- Punch two tabs from the fussy cuts leftover sheets and glue it together back to back, place a line of glue on the bottom of one side and adhere it to the layout.
- Using a small fan brush wet the pearlescent bronze to pick up enough pigment onto the brush to splatter over the page for extra shimmer. For larger splatters use more water, for finer splatters use less water.
- Use your date stamp to put the date onto your page.