February 4, 2016

Train Your Brain

My absolute life verse is Phil. 4:6-7, which I sum up to say " Don't worry about anything Pray about everything". Today I took some time to explore the verser that comes after that Phil. 4:8

Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable- if anything is excellent or praiseworthy-think on such things.
I had a life coach last year. She was great. One of the things we talked most about was getting into the right "state of mind". There were all kinds of exercises and most of them centered around really focusing on good, the positive, the best case scenario, you at your best, etc. 

Don't you just LOVE that the Bible gives such wise wisdom all throughout it. Easy access for anybody! You don't have to pay the big bucks for a life coach when you have the ULTIMATE LIFE COACH in Jesus Christ. He gave us this Bible as a guide and it's so so good.

So today, ask yourself what is TRUE? What is EXCELLENT? PRAISEWORHTY? 
Think on these things as often as possible. Write them down in a gratitude journal, stick em on a post it note, do what you have to do to start training your brain.
Don't listen to the lies of "You aren't good enough", "Who do you think you are", " You've lost whatever you used to have", etc.
 Listen to what is TRUTH. God loves you, has a plan for you, and works things for your good. 

If you are a Bible Journaling too and want to know how to get this look, this is what I did.
1. Applied Clear Gesso to page and let dry
2. Scraped Americana Bahama Blue and some green across the margin with a old business card
3. Added stickers from the "Whatever is Lovely" collection from Illustrated Faith and Bella Blvd.
4. Used a micron pen to write " Train your Brain"

And here I simply...
1. Gesso'd the page
2. Penciled in my lettering and flowers
3. Used acrylic paint to paint pink flowers and green leaves
4. Used a Pitt pen to write words.
5. Used a gray marker to add shadow on lettering
6. Used the Pitt pen to define the flowers after they had dried.

If you haven't tried Bible Journaling don't be afraid to jump in! It's such  fun way to interact with the Word! For my free class on it head to www.pzazzonline.com

January 25, 2016

Using Watercolors In Bible Journaling

Over at P'zazz Online we are still going strong with our FREE online Bible Journaling classes. This week we are showing you some ideas on how to use watercolor in your Bible!

The supplies listed below are all you need to get started! Clear gesso, watercolors, and a pen!

                                                   Doodle Paint around your writing

                                     Mix watercolor pencils and watercolor markers for a cool effect!
                                                          Splattering is always fun!

Add color to your page and then doodle on top. Be sure to go back and write in what you are learning!

                                       Simply use a micron pen to draw and then fill with watercolor

                                           Watercolor in the margins and then stamp on top!

For more videos and ideas head to P'zazz online!

January 18, 2016

Bible journaling with distressing inks!

This week over at www.pzazzonline.com we are showing you several techniques on how to use distressing inks during your bible journaling time ! Best of all it's Free! New post added every Thursday in January! Check it out! Www.pzazzonline.com

January 8, 2016

Free Bible Journaling Class

I am so excited to announce my first online course! We have done several Bible Journaling workshops at the studio but we have also heard that people want to dive a little deeper.
So this is a 4 week course. Each week we will have a short devotion followed by a new technique that you can use when Bible Journaling. We even have some freebies for you in there. So head on over to www.pzazzonline.com to sign up!

Each Thursday in January a new post will be up!

December 8, 2015

Wanna help?

This summer we had the opportunity to visit and get to know many of the kids that we help support through "Rice Bowls" in India. Right now they are experiencing major flooding. I will post a few pics from one of the orphanages that we visited this summer. If you want to help be sure to head to www.ricebowls.org and on the line that asks who you are giving this for or in memory of you can simply type in "India Flood Relief".  

This season we tend to buy so much 'stuff' that nobody really needs. How about using just a small portion of that money to help provide for some real needs around the world. www.ricebowls.org

November 23, 2015

Quick Pastel Lesson: These make great Christmas gifts!

I'm gonna give you a quick little step by step lesson on how to create a beautiful pastel angel. This is great for kids to do, put them in a frame, and give them as Christmas gifts!! We have loved doing these at the studio

All you need to get started is a pack of soft pastels, some construction paper, and some spray fixative to spray on the paper when you are finished. 

Let us know if you like these little mini lessons! If so, we would love to start offering more!
And if you make these at home feel free to post on our Facebook page and show us what you did! www.facebook.com/PzazzArtStudio

November 9, 2015

Making Art with Glass

Here is a peak inside our recent glass workshop! Recently a piece of glass in my bathroom broke. All the broken pieces looked beautiful to me so I made some fun art with it! I loved it so much I showed my students how to do the same thing! Check out some of the results!!

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