Ellie Claire Journals Make Great Gift Ideas
I got the Ellie Claire set of journals and absolutely love them. Beautiful artwork, quality products and just beautiful to have sitting in the office, ready to go for when that thought, or idea hits!!
Ellie Claire journals offer an interactive way to get creative with your quiet time. They have come out with three (3) new interactive art journals that are great for personal time, gift ideas or just doodling. The new ones are “Faith & Lettering”, “The Illustrated Word”, and “Illuminate Your Story.” Each journal has similar features (lay-flat binding, thick paper, etc), but the interiors are entirely unique, each teach and encourage a different form of creative expression of faith. Perfect gift idea for the holidays, for friends or family!!
About the Books:
Faith & Lettering – New from professional letterer Krystal Whitten! With guides, instructions, and tutorials, this is a fun and inspiring way to create beauty with words. It is the perfect place for journalers to practice Bible journaling, lettering quotes and verses, or decorating a page with original thoughts and plans. Exploring your God-given creativity has never been so rewarding.
Drawing from more than ten years of graphic design experience, Krystal Whitten has cultivated a large following of creatives on Instagram who have embraced her unique combination of lettering and faith. Through her social media, speaking engagements, and in-person workshops she unites her love for God’s Word with her passion for hand lettering, inspiring believers to go deeper in their faith by getting more interactive with their Bibles. Krystal is the creator of The Lettering Prayer Journal and launched her stationery and gift line in summer 2017. She lives in Land O’Lakes, Florida with her husband, Andy, and two children, Pierce and Haven.
The Illustrated Word – An Illuminated Bible Coloring Journal by Museum of the Bible Books – Create your own masterpiece with this journal that has forty glorious illustrations from ancient manuscripts that have been recreated as line drawings. Just as medieval monks brought Scripture to life through intricate inked illustrations in handwritten manuscripts hundreds of years ago, you can now create your own stunning keepsake that will be treasured for years to come.
The Museum of the Bible opened it’s 40- foot bronze entry doors in Washington, D.C. in November 2017 and marked an unprecedented historical first in Bible history. The one-of-a-kind collection is housed in a 430,000-square-foot building just two blocks from the National Mall and three blocks from the nation’s Capitol. The largest single museum in Washington D.C., and the first in the world to focus on honoring the Bible, the Museum provides guests with an immersive and personalized experience as they explore the history, narrative, and global impact of the Bible. Worthy Publishing Group and Museum of the Bible have teamed up to form a new book-publishing imprint, Museum of the Bible Books.
The Illuminate Your Story Journal helps you to learn to create your own beautiful illuminated letters with this how-to journal.
Use the almost-lost art of illuminating letters to enhance your writing, Bible journaling, or sermon note-taking. Rich illustrated manuscripts in the Museum of the Bible’s collection inspired these gorgeous letters. Easy to follow instructions, practice pages, and encouragements guide you through the creation of amazing start letters, flourishes, and more.
About Ellie Claire Gifts:
…inspired by life. At the heart of Ellie Claire is a passion to share the unchanging truth of God’s love in irresistibly creative new ways, infusing into our gifts and books a fresh expression of faith. Visit us at www.EllieClaire.com
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