Sep 23

Prayer template

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Edited: Sep 23

 

My first Bible Quilt page I did a few years ago was on prayer and I've done many variations since then.

 

I realized this morning in my Quiet Time that I hadn't ever done the Lord's Prayer, so I decided to do a solo page on it using the Prayer template.

 

Prayer templatePrayer template

 

I only have two metallic gel pens, but recently I've been using them a lot. I thought they'd make a simple, yet bold title.

 

Then I figured out how I wanted to stretch out the phrases and began writing the verses:

 

 

Since I separated some of the verses, I used color blocking to maintain a loose connection.

 

 

I finished with the same colored pencils I had used lightly in the squares to be bolder as the patches behind the Prayer title. Then I added a few strips of washi tape...nothing fancy, just filling up some spaces.

 

 

 

#prayer #prayertemplate in #biblequiltjournal #theLordsprayer

 

 

My friend, Sarah, did this template in a striking blue and orange color palette.

 

Sarah's Prayer page on #prayertemplate

 

 

What prayer passages have you captured on YOUR prayer template? Please share in comments section:

 

 

 

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