Although you can create all of your pages by hand, sometimes a particular template design will offer you some inspiration and provide you with a head-start on squares, so you can focus on harvesting your scripture verses and adding the finishing touches.
A variety of templates is available in the online shop as printable downloads. I recommend you print the templates on letter-sized card stock, then cut to fit the BQ journal page. If you trim it down to 6.5" x 9.5" this will leave space around the edges of the page to add a decorative washi tape border.
To attach the template use a glue stick to liberally apply glue all over the back of the template and press it down firmly onto the journal page. Then add washi tape to reinforce the edges.
I know many of us are visual learners, so here's a quick overview of how to attach a template to a #biblequiltjournal page:
Since the block template is already embedded in the Bible Quilt journal, you can add another block template on the facing page to create a 2-page spread. This works great for any series you're doing, providing a uniform appearance for your theme.
Similarly, you can add a honeycomb template to the facing page of the honeycomb page already in the BQ journal. Add washi tape along the edges of both pages and you've got a streamlined 2-page spread that's prepped for your verses!