Your chronological age isn’t as important as how you approach aging!
The August 2020 Challenge is about using your own journaling
July’s challenge is to fill our hearts with hope.
June’s challenge is something a little different!
This month’s challenge is all about handling stress.
April’s Challenge is to express whatever is in your heart right now.
Continuing to work small, the March challenge has a little twist!
February’s Challenge is here! This month we’ll continuing working small – this time on a shipping tag!
For our first challenge of the year, let’s work on overcoming that fear we all have staring a a large blank space.
This month I’ve got a layered template for you, which was inspired by my Creative Team Member, Gina’s, totally cool page!
This month I’ve got a cute freebie cluster for you that was inspired by one of my Creative Team Members Beth!
Watch Me Scrap
I decided to try to create on of my digital art journal pages in Procreate – a fabulous app for the iPad.
I thought you my enjoy watching me create a digi page in Photoshop.
Watch me create a digital art journal page.
My Mixed Media Adventures
Art journaling and mixed media in general makes...
Out of the box thinking was called for on this dreary, rainy, windy weekend, so I decided to start my 2017 art journal.
For the past couple of weeks, I’ve been struggling to make a decision
Sometimes you feel like a nut … sometimes you don’t!
As part of my “fearless” art journaling adventure this year, I had the lofty goal of recording each of the weekly challenges for the Documented Life Project. And while I sill would like to do that, it turns out that’s not always practical – sometimes inspiration strikes at inopportune times.
If you’ve been following along, you know I’ve been filming (video-ing???) my Documented Life project pages and sharing the process with you. This week, I tried to stretch myself a bit more. Instead of narrating the video after the fact, I recorded myself talking through what I was doing as I actually did it.
The Week 3 challenge for the Documented Life Project was to incorporate an envelope from our mail in some form into our journals.
The challenge for Week 2 of the Documented Life Project was to incorporate a “selfie” into our journals.
So much has happened in my family this year that...