Yesterday was a very special day for me because The Thinking Closet turned three years old.And to celebrate my Third Blogiversary, I have three new Journaling Bibles to give away to three winners!Also, some of the links below are affiliate links, meaning if you make a purchase after clicking through, I may earn a small commission at no extra cost to you. Y’all had some fantastic questions and favorite supplies of your own to share! translation because it is revered as one of the best word-for-word literal translations of the Bible yet still reads beautifully.I chose this particular Journaling Bible for a few reasons: the single-column so I wouldn’t be referencing verses from across two columns and the E. (You can check it out on Bible if you’re curious.) When I first opened up my Bible, I have to say, the 2 inch margins looked much smaller than I expected, and the pages felt much thinner than I imagined after seeing the wealth of mixed media these Bibles held in photos.Plus, there’s a pretty sweet bonus pack of my favorite supplies for the first place winner.So, stick with me to the end of this post, so you can be sure to enter to win!
Of course, I just Alpha stickers are a great supplement to hand-lettering or a replacement altogether!
The Big Brush Pen in black is super fun to use for big n’ bold lettering atop mixed media; my favorite is atop acrylic. Don’t underestimate the power of the pencil and eraser, my friends.
After hearing so many people rave about Crayola Twistables, I had to give ’em a whirl…and I have seen the light!
They’re tiny enough that you can tackle longer words in your margin without spilling over…plus, they’ve got a fun retro vibe goin’ on, and I feel like the match any color scheme. Alphabet stamps are a great alternative to alpha stickers.
I’m slightly obsessed with them and have at least four sets that all get frequent use, both in my Bible and beyond. If you’re looking for a great ink pad to accompany your stamps, look no further.