Colored pencils are not all created equal and some brands and styles of colored pencils lend themselves to being better for Bible journaling. I want to show you what I recommend and the options you have, plus tools for colored pencil Bible journaling.
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Budget Colored Pencils
If you’re on a budget and want to get started Bible journaling, a pack of Crayola Colored Pencils will get you going. You won’t get the rich color which more quality colored pencils offer, but they’re a great solution for Bible journaling on a budget.
Quality Colored Pencils
Prismacolor colored pencils are fantastic for Bibles with their wax base and creamy application. Prismacolor Premier is soft and will quickly add rich color without much pencil pressure, making it ideal for filling it. Keep in mind, it is soft and thus more easily breaks. So treat your colored pencils with love and they will love you back. Presmacolor Verithin is perfect for getting crisp edges on your colored pencil designs, with its sharper point and matching color palette.
Colored Pencil Tools
Colored pencils can be prone to break inside their wooden shaft without a pencil sharpener to love it. This is the one I recommend. This colorless blender is perfect for drawing on top of your last layer of colored pencil, to make it all blend it nicely.
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