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ESV Journaling Bible, Interleaved Edition (Autumn Song) Hardcover – July 29, 2016
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I love this interleaved version- a blank sheet every other page I can fully devote to artwork without covering words? Yes please! I use this bible to read from, but I love having full pages to paint! This bible makes that possible!
I use watercolor, Sharpie Pen, and acrylic paints on these pages and, for the most part, there is little bleeding.
If i watercolor on one page I typically use acrylic on the other side of it to prevent causing issues with the existing watercolor.
It's a large book - 7.5x10x2.5- not for everyday carrying, but it provides ample room for journaling.
I echo the comments about the paper -- it is thicker than most bibles, but for journaling or artwork with heavy inks or watercolor, you will want to prep the page by using acrylic or gesso on the reverse side.
It comes in a lovely slipcase and includes a ribbon marker.
I am so incredibly pleased by this purchase and will update this review with more photos to show how the product reacts to different media.
The only 2 little things that would have made it perfect for me would be that the size of print a bit larger and a bit darker. The other would be that I wish they had it in the KJV, but I settled for the ESV(I'll just have to have the 2 versions side by side to read one and write in the other, but oh well). I understand that making the print larger would have produced a larger Bible, I get that, and that many would not have been happy for the huge size(it's a good size as it is), but I would have been fine with that, it's mainly for notes, which I do most of my hardcore studying at home, or at least have made the print darker. I'll have my handy magnifying bookmark to help with that.
Otherwise it's beautiful, comes with a nice case, seems well bound. But most of all a whole page for note taking. Finally!! Yay!