My Mixed Media Adventures
Art journaling and mixed media in general makes me happy. In my Art Journaling 101 post, I talk about what art journaling means to me and outline some reasons people keep an art journal. In subsequent posts I'll talk more about the various styles of art journaling and...
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
It’s been awhile since I shared my Documented Life Project journal pages. Now, I know you’re not sitting on the edges of your seats, eagerly awaiting my next post about the DLP, but I did want you to tell you that I’ve been in a DLP drought – dryer than the brown hills around my home here in water-starved California.
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 after some recent and (very) good news, I felt the need to do some journaling. It ended up being a very simple page (with lots of journaling which I covered up with paint and gesso), but I'm happy with how it...