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#18 Tip In Project – Daniel & The Lions Den

Good Morning! JoAnna here! Welcome, May! Thanks everyone for continuing on this journey with me!
For the first tip in project of this month (week 18), we are focusing on Daniel in the lion’s den.  As we know, Daniel emerged from the den uninjured because of his trust in the Lord. We can often feel like we’re in the ‘lion’s den’ with situations, but know that if we have faith and trust in the Lord, we, too, can emerge uninjured!
In Daniel 6:23, it states: “Then the king was exceedingly glad, and commanded that Daniel be taken up out of the den. So Daniel was taken up out of the den, and no kind of harm was found on him, because he had trusted in his God.”
#18 Lion Sketch

#18 Tip In Project – Lion Sketch

I am posting my completed project below, as well as the link for the Free Printable Download so you can print it off to your own printer if you choose. Please feel free to be creative with my sketch! 
#18 Lion Finished

#18 Tip In Project – Lion

I look forward to seeing everyone’s work, please post in the Tip In thread in the CBJ Facebook page >> Click to go to the May Tip In Corner
 
Many blessings!
JoAnna
Remember Tip-Ins Tips from Week 2:

You can free-hand this image and write the bible verse around it. OR you can print the free download printable and use that paper as your tip-in. OR you can print it out, and then use the “Graphite Method” (see website for instructions at >> http://wp.me/p7I46G-gI ) to transfer image directly onto your bible paper

Remember Tip-Ins Tips from Week 1:

Why use Tip-Ins? Answer: To add additional space for drawing/writing in your bible. Perhaps you don’t have a “journaling” bible, this is a way to add a drawing without actually drawing on the words of the bible paper. Perhaps you have already journaled on that page, or your illustrated bible already has a picture on that page that you want to use, you can just add a tip-in on top of that. 

Tip ins can be of any type of paper, card, photo, etc. that you want to include into your Bible. I, myself, have used sketch paper; tracing paper; copy paper; and, illustrated print offs. When using these, I cut them down to 5×7 or smaller. However, according to the size of your Bible, you can adapt your tip in to the desired size.

Also, there are several ways to adhere tip ins into the Bible… you can use Washi tape, adhesive or Elmer’s glue, to name a few.

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