During some discussions about this tool, I found out about some other options that may appeal to you.
If you have an iPad or Android tablet, there is an app called Lightbox. It is 99 cents for the iPad version, and I'm not sure if there is a cost for the Android. It basically turns your screen into a lightbox and removes the pressure-sensitive attributes of the screen while you are in the program. You would place your clipart or picture directly on the screen, and place the Bible page over that. Use a pencil to trace the artwork onto the page.
Knowing how easily iPad screens can break, I think I would put a screen protector on the iPad before using it in this way. I may be overcautious, but I would rather be safe than sorry. I might worry a little, too, about the effects of using a pencil on the screen but it would be separated from the screen by at least two layers of paper.
There are some other apps available as well; some are free, with in-app purchases. Others cost as much as $4.99. If you are interested in using something like this, they would be worth checking out.
Another option is to tape your artwork to a window and hold your Bible page against it to trace the image. I'm not sure I would be coordinated enough to do this without having a second person standing there to hold it for me, but it might be workable.
At any rate, don't let any preconceived ideas that you can't draw hold you back. It doesn't matter if you draw stick figures, blobs or museum quality artwork. That's not the point. The point is spending time in close communion with God and gaining a deeper understanding of His word. Don't let anything hold you back from that experience.