Monday 20 April 2015

Logos 365: March pages

The first prompt for March suggested starting a Pinterest board for my word.  I love Pinterest and spend way too much time there.  That aside, here is my Thirst board.

The second prompt was to find something that symbolised my word.  I couldn't decide what to choose at first but then I found this beautiful bottle shape on Google images.  I downloaded it and made it into 3 different sizes.  I cut the bottles shapes out in such a way that I could use them as a mask and a stencil.

I put the stencil down and then dragged Distress Ink from the edges into the shape.  I wrote a Bible verse around the shapes and stuck a printed Bible verse on the page.  Some washi tape finished it off.

This was a photograph I had taken some time ago which I found as I was searching for something else!  Isn't that always the way?

The photograph sort of sums up how I feel - the dryness and the lack of hydration.

Let's open the flap and see what is inside.

That's right - more bottles!

I drew round the shapes with a watercolour pencil and then I painted the bottles with ornage watercolour paint.  I don't think the page is finished but I'm not sure what else to put.

I tore out a bottle image from an advert and glued it into my book.  I added a quote, a Bible verse and a piece about hydration from an article in a magazine.  Then added my journaling.

Here are the 2 pages together.

I've started on my April pages and will share them here soon.

Thanks for stopping by.


  1. This is AWESOME, Bernice! I have had a yearly "word" for 20 years. Had intended to keep up with Logos (I joined late), but just haven't. It's all I can do to keep up with TMD! But I love that "thirst" is Your word. I pray you will thirst more and more for Him and Him occupying your every move. Blessings, sweet friend!

  2. Love the different ways that you used the bottle Bernice

  3. I feel ya on still fighting your word. I haven't done much with mine yet either but Im trying.


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