One Page of Elements for two Stories in Ruth!
Okay, if you have ever said “I can’t draw that….” then THIS is the activity for you. We GIVE you the artwork in the form of a download printable. Just print and then you decide if you want to add that paper to your bible, or trace it with a light tracing pad (Amazon ad is at the bottom of the page for the best inexpensive tracing pad). Either way, working with “CBJ Elements” is the easiest way to get images in your bible. So, be bold and have fun! Enlarge or Reduce the size to fit your needs by changing the settings in your Printer Preferences.
Ruth 1:16b ESV, “Your people shall be my people, and your God my God.”
Ruth 2:12 ESV, “The Lord repay you for what you have done, and a full reward be given you by the Lord, the God of Israel, under whose wings you have come to take refuge!”
You are free to use this artwork for personal use, but please credit our amazing CBJ Artist, Jackie Mattingly when posting other than in the Creative Bible Journaling community. Thank you.
Please download the Activity Sheet below, with all the instructions for this activity.
Click to download/print CBJ Elements – Ruth
Share your finished work in our Facebook group. If you aren’t a member, simply request to join.
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Jackie Mattingly and Marla Fuller’s Examples of their artwork in their bibles.
Printable Elements – Download and Print
Then either A) color, cut, adhere in bible, OR B) Trace in bible and color.
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