Typography for Bible Journalers class celebrates our own handwriting – helping us to clean it up a little and learn some design techniques for laying out text on our Bible journaling pages!
It will be live soon for $19.99 — I don’t have an ETA for these new courses, as I’m waiting until the relaunch of this site. But I’m posting this now so you’ll be able to “get ready”!
Class is conducted within a simple grid notebook — and the class can be taken without turning text into Bible journaling pages. For some it may just be a relaxing method to meditate on Scriptures while doodling text!
- Sans Serif
- Casual Script (your handwriting)
- Mixing fonts
- Line weights
- Stacking text
See the video preview of class below, or click HERE to watch it directly on YouTube.
The following is the PRECLASS lesson
In the following video is a discussion of class supplies that will be needed, and some optional items as well. The full supply list with links is at the end of this lesson page as well as in the PDF in the Resources section. If you can’t see the video below, click HERE.
Typography for Bible Journalers Supplies
Below are links to the supplies for this class. Compensated affiliate links may used, which means if you make a purchase, this site receives a small commission at no extra cost to you. Your support is much appreciated!
- If adding the class assignments to your Bible:
VERY important housekeeping stuff
You’re encouraged to share your work – however do NOT pass on the instruction handouts or materials to anyone else, as they are proprietary to this class. You may develop other art as jump-off ideas from lessons learned here, but you may not teach a class or produce a video reproducing content in this course, or in any other way make money on the content here.
Please do let your friends know about the class – post images from your sketchbook if desired on your social media, linking to this class so your friends can come join in the fun! You can also join our Student Facebook Group and/or Sandy’s Bible Journaling Group – and share your work and ask questions there. If sharing otherwise on Facebook or Instagram, use our #typographyforbiblejournalers hashtag and follow your fellow students —and instructor— sharing there as well!