Using Washi Tape in your Journaling Bible
Earlier this year I received a journaling Bible and I have really been enjoying exploring my creative side and mixing that with time spent in my Bible. There are so many different fun Bible journaling supplies. One of my all time favorite supplies that I come back to nearly every single time is washi tape. Every month, I receive more supplies as part of my partnership with Dayspring that come in the Illustrated Faith devotional kits, including a new roll of washi tape every month. Today, I'm showing you how to use washi tape in your Bible. I think you are going to love it.
Last month, I showed you how I used a devotional to supplement my Bible journaling. I used washi tape to create these mountains on this page that I made.
You can use washi tape in the margin of your Bible as a colorful foundation for your text. You can use letter stickers or your markers to draw on the top of the washi tape.
I used washi tape to create a pocket to hold a bookmark on this page. You can also slip in other small cards or notes that you think might be helpful.
I used these new washi stickers to create a border around the top of this page.
You can also use washi tape to accent your page and to hold Bible tabs in place. I like these tabbies because then I can quickly find where I have been studying in my Bible.
Today, I want to show you how you can use washi tape to on each book of the Bible. The only Bible I have ever had, had tabs in place to easily find each book of the Bible. After using this Bible exclusively for the past few months, I realized I missed that. I thought I would accent each book of the Bible with washi tape lining it. Not only did it make my Bible easier to use, it also made a really colorful side profile that I love.
You will need:
You will line up half of the tape on the page so that the other half will fold over to the back side. My Bible has rounded pages so I cut each end of the page and rounded it.
This is the start of process and you can see what a difference it's making to make the edges that much more colorful.
Continue on with each book until you make it to the end. That's it!