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I enjoyed creating this page on John 3:16 using the Block-20 template. I used a watercolor pencil technique and displayed it in my home during the Valentine season. When I made a color copy of it to display another way, it occurred to me that you might like this idea, too!


Some simple ways to display individual #biblequiltjournal templates in addition to propping your journal up on a table or counter is to slip the page into a clear acryclic frame or to place it into a page protector. The photos in the listing show how easy it is to infuse some scripture into your surroundings.


This page is easy to read from a distance since it's a single verse spread throughout the quilt squares. That allowed me to add some bold embellishments. If you're wanting a simple way to share #biblequilting with a friend or want to offer a #biblequiltjournal page as an encouragement to someone, these are some practical and inexpensive ways to do it. You can tie on some ribbons for texture or add stickers to the acrylic frame to personalize it for yourself or your gift recipient.  #biblequiltwithlove


Download the file and print out on sheet of card stock. Cut to fit a 7 x 10 BQJ journal page. Use a glue stick to attach to journal pages and reinforce edges with washi tape if desired.  If you're planning on displaying it, then you may want a wider border that you can leave as a white frame for contrast against a decorative background paper. The listing photos show this page in an 8 x 10 acrylic frame and a standard 8.5 x 11 page protector.


Bible Quilt® templates are original designs and copyrighted material. These printables are intended for personal one-time use. Please contact shop owner to coordinate orders for groups.

John 3:16 template (in color)

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