This page includes some of my favorite tried-and-true products that I use for Bible journaling. I have also included links to some of the people that have provided great inspiration while starting out. Please feel free to visit the links below and have fun!
Close to My Heart – I use several Close to My Heart supplies for Bible journaling. I have a set of watercolor pencils that I especially enjoy and lots of other items on my wish list! If you are a fan of scrapbooking, you might already be familiar with CTMH. You can browse that website here.
Illustrated Faith/DaySpring – This is my go to place for easy Bible journaling. On the Illustrated Faith page you can find their Print & Pray section for super cute pieces to download RIGHT NOW! No waiting, just print and get journaling. DaySpring is the place to go to get the monthly devotional kits from Illustrated Faith and a ton of other Illustrated Faith supplies. You can check out Illustrated Faith here and DaySpring here.
Scrapbook.com – This site is a Bible journaling gold mine! I’m telling you, they have wonderful FREE classes you can take to learn all about Bible journaling techniques (and other techniques, too). Super great resource. You can also order any supplies there that you might need–all in one place! Click here to learn more.
Bibles – Bibles specifically designed for journaling.
Some places/people that I seek out for inspiration include:
YouTube Channels & Websites
Illustrated Faith – Watch process videos galore of fun and easy Bible journaling techniques. Illustrated Faith is really geared towards easy journaling. I just love it and can’t say enough about it.
Rebekah R. Jones – Rebekah has Bible journaling challenges that are A LOT of fun. She is also part of the Scrapbook.com classes mentioned above. Her class is one of my favorites so be sure to check her out on Scrapbook.com and also on her own website where she has the challenges. Rebekah has a YouTube channel as well as her website.
Lindsey Decor – I love Lindsey’s Bible journaling style. Her YouTube videos are easy to follow and I really like that she strives to use journaling in a way that doesn’t cover words in her Bible. For that reason alone, I have become a big fan!
Hello Jillsky – Jillian is another YouTuber that I love. I can relate to her style and her process videos are easy to follow if you want to try out a technique that she has.
I’m sure I will be adding to this list frequently as I discover new ideas and inspirations, so be sure to check back often!