Tuesday, August 29, 2017

Bible Journaling and Sermon Notes for Kids and Adults

Who likes to take Sermon Notes?  I'll admit it's a bit of a foreign concept for me on a live basis because I am married to a pastor....so I'm fending for myself in the pew with four kiddos.  But I just got some new Bible Journaling and Sermon Notes stamps from SRM Stickers and wanted to use them in some ideas for kids and adults. Today I have a couple ideas of how to go in with some ready made creations to add your sermon notes into!  The first project involves a traveler's notebook.  The second is a mini book for kids.

Let's kick things off with a video walk thru of how I created these two projects:

Now let's take a close-up look at these projects - here's the full spread in my traveler's notebook.
Bible Journaling and Sermon Notes for Kids and Adults

The notebook combines the use of the Sermon Notes Stamp Set, The Amen Frames Stamp Set, and the Bible Background Stamp Set (never fear I will have links down below).

Bible Journaling and Sermon Notes for Kids and Adults
The Bible Background Stamp set was perfect for adding some interest to my punched out butterflies!

I made the kids notebook Black and White so that it could be colored.
Bible Journaling and Sermon Notes for Kids and Adults
Then I set my 10 year old loose on coloring! This is the cover page - packed with the Sermon Notes Stamp Set.

Here's one of the inside pages with just the black and white.
Bible Journaling and Sermon Notes for Kids and Adults
My goal was just to leave enough room for a little bit of note-taking and then places to doodle and color.

Bible Journaling and Sermon Notes for Kids and Adults
Here's what it looks like when she filled in one week!

So there you have it, a couple of ideas for you on how to start using those new stamps in your Sermon Note taking on Sunday morning!

As promised here are affiliate thumbnail links to the products I used and as always - thanks for your support.

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