Faith-Based Products & Handmade Watercolors

Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland

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Note from shop owner

Last updated on Sep 1, 2020

The Dots & Dust Shop has moved to

Feel free to email me at angeline [!at] if you have any questions.

See you there!


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About DotsAndDust

Sales 1,439
On Etsy since 2018

A passion to inspire every woman to discover her "artsy" side!

Dots & Dust started as a blog in 2016 as a way for me to tap into a creative outlet. It was during this time that I also found my love and passion for bible journaling and helping women use their love for the arts as a way to discover God's word in a new way. After leading a bible journaling small group in California and having an online class on Facebook, I realized that I wanted to do more for this fun and incredibly talented Christian community.

And that is where the idea of opening this Etsy shop started! Our passion at Dots & Dust is to provide quality products and supplies that can help every woman, in every age and stage of her life, discover her "inner artist" and use the gifts that our God has given her.

So thank you for stopping by our little corner of the Etsy world!

Shop members

  • Angeline


    Hi Y'all! I am Angeline. Lover of sweet treats, bible journaling, and college football. I am a mother of 3 and an army wife to my wonderful hubby of 9 years. Thanks for stopping by my shop! ;)

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Last updated on Mar 27, 2018
Frequently asked questions
Care instructions

For those of you who live in hot and humid climates, please understand that since your watercolor are handmade with natural ingredients, you may experience very soft paint that sticks to the foil. If this happens, don't fret! Just pop your watercolor into the fridge first and give it a few minutes to harden again. Soft watercolor is still okay to use, so save that foil and use that paint! :)

Store your watercolor paint in a cool, dry place.