I absolutely love Bible jouraling and sharing my creations, but sometimes I feel overwhelmed with all those eyes on my pages. My Bible journaling is meaningful to me as my personal time in God’s Word, so I use journaling cards to save the day. Keep reading for lots of ideas to use journaling cards to enhance your favorite Bible journaling pages.
Bible journaling with journaling cards
One of my favorite aspects of Bible journaling is the personal thoughts and prayers that are left behind after you have turned the page. I love going back and seeing what was going on when I worked on that page.
I am a private person by nature, and Bible journaling is both personal and public all at the same time. Sometimes I like to keep my journaling private, but I still want to be able to share my pages. That is why so many of my pages include little journal cards and tip ins.
14 Days of Bible Journaling Inspiration
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What ways have you used journaling cards in your Bible journaling? Share in the comments and visit us at The Holy Mess Bible Journaling Facebook group.