I love learning tips from enthusiastic girls when they come for a Bible Quilting session! Here's a short video showing how my young friend uses watercolor pencils in her Bible Quilt: She makes it look so easy, doesn't she? I think I even have a set of watercolor pencils, but haven't used them this way! The baby wipe provides just enough moisture to activate smudging without being too much to bleed through the paper. If you're decorating a template, it will provide an additional layer of paper to protect the backside of the page...or you can use this technique on the template and let it dry completely before attaching to your journal page. #watercolorpencils #smudgingtechnique #coloringinmybiblequiltjournal #BQtips #biblequiltjournal #tipsandtricks If you've tried this watercolor smudging technique, please share a sample in the Comments section below!
I’m from outside of Fort Wort, Texas, and I’ve lived here all my life. I’m 64, single (divorced, then widowed; no kids; 3 dogs. Dianna was a presenter at the Explore Conference and that’s where I was introduced to BQ. It stuck with me. I’ve never tried it but I’m anxious to get started!
Hi there, I live in Künzelsau, a city of about 9000 people, located between Heilbronn and Nürnberg (Southwest of Germany). We have moved here about 3 years ago and I am trying to find ways to connect with my neighbors. That's how I came across the Turquoise Table where I read a post about Bible Quilting. I like the idea of Bible Quilting, but have never tried it. I have just started to visit Bible Art Journaling Workshops in the city of Rothenburg ob der Tauber irregularly and I enjoy doing it. I have forworded the information about Bible Quilting to the Workshop leader and maybe we will give it a try one time. Looking Forward to new ideas :-)