The Book of Isaiah

I absolutely love finding free printables online for my Bible journaling and using them in my Bible.  Now of course right now I am hooked on using my Promise Bible from KJV Bibles which has lots of pretty designs through out it, but I still like to add to it.

I recently found this beautiful printable from Jenna at Scribbling Grace.  I absolutely love watercoloring and bright colors and Jenna’s printable is the best of both of those.  I decided to print her printable on sticker paper.

“O house of Jacob, come ye, and let us walk in the light of the Lord.” Isaiah 2:5

Isaiah 2:5 was the first verse I spent time reflecting on after downloading Jenna’s printable.  She has a beautiful design that is almost the size of the whole Bible page designed for this exact verse.  I decided to cut out a piece of vellum the size of my Bible page and center the sticker on the vellum and then attach the vellum in my Bible as a tip in.  However, this was one page that was not designed in my Promise Bible so I wanted to  design it as well.

Isaiah-1

“Walk in the life of the Lord” really spoke to me.  I decided to use a stamp pad and decorate the column of the page.  Then I used a foot print stamp and stamped about half way up the column.   I wanted it to be like walking into the life so I cut out the sun from Jenna’s printable and place it at the top of the page.  Then I cut out the banner and place it between the footprints and the sun on the page.  Finally I use a black marker and wrote “Walk with God” in the banner.  I just love how this page turned out.

Isaiah-2

“He will teach us of his ways, and we will walk in his paths.” Isaiah 2:3

While doing this study I saw the design in my Bible of Isaiah 2:3 and I felt like it really went with the study.  I decided to use my Verita pens from KJV Bibles to color in the lettering of the verse and the Book of the Bible at the top of the page.  I used colors which coordinated with the printable I was using.

Isaiah-5

“Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying, Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?  Then said I, Here am I; send me.”  Isaiah 6:8

Isaiah 6:8 was the third verse I spent some time reflecting on.  From Jenna’s printable I had a cute banner that was watercolored and said “Here I am, send me!” in pretty hand lettering.  I decided to watercolor the page to match the banner.  Once I had the page watercolored and dried I attached the banner sticker at the top of the page.  I wanted a silhouette of a man walking so I went to Google images and searched for “silhouette of a man walking”.  I found one that I like for what I was doing and printed it on vellum then glued it in on the page below the banner.  I didn’t feel like the page was quiet complete so I started looking through some of my other printables and I spotted the road from Open Journey’s kit Journey with Confidence (which by the way you can purchase through today with 15% off using code OPENJOURNEY15).  I decided to use the road washi and I placed it under the verse to help make the verse stand out.  Finally I finished off the page with two of the tabs from Jenna’s printable.  I placed them at the top of the page and wrote “Isaiah 6:8” on the front of the tab.

Isaiah-3

The final verse in the printable from Jenna was Isaiah 12:2.  She included a beautiful bookmark and I was going to use it in the column of my Bible; however, that page is illustrated.  So I decided to save the bookmark and I am going to laminate it to use like I did with the bookmarks I made in this post.

You also can download your free copy of this printable from Jenna as well.  Just head on over to her blog and grab your copy here.

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