The answer is Yes!
Yes, I am still doing the art journaling classes with Jenny and Aaron of Everyday is a Holiday… very slowly. Week Three took me longer than I thought it would. It developed very slowly. There were days that I stared at the pages, did nothing and put the journal away. There was other art to finish. Digital art. I couldn’t concentrate on the journaling until the other was finished.
What I ended up doing for Class Three was not at all even close to what Jenny and Aaron had suggested and demonstrated in their wonderful pages. I did read the lesson and watch the video, a couple of times. I didn’t follow even a quarter of what they demonstrated. I ended up doodling. Thank goodness that Jenny and Aaron stated that art journaling is meant to be a free art form, or I’d feel guilty.
Week Three Journal – The Magic of Ordinary Days
I don’t have a photo of the start of the left page. For some reason, photographing this was very far from my mind. The green washed border was cut from Anna Griffin paper, everything else was drawn with my sharpie pen. The banner actually became my free Crudoodle digital stamp last week. You can find it HERE in a blank version and the e n j o y version.
|The Magic of Ordinary Days – Week Three|
Week Four Journal – Always Be Kind
|Always Be Kind – Week Four|
i LOVE your doodles!! beautiful pages. i too, feel like i'm behind but that's ok =)
WOW! These are wonderful! I LOVE how you incorporated that Fabulous quote on the sides as a border and I love all the soft, muted tones. I vow to start doing an art journal on a regular basis – thank you for the further inspiration! xoxo
What great pages! And what stands out the most is just how YOU they are. Your style always shines through in your work. You've got such a distinct hand. The soft colors of Always Be Kind are so sweet. Thanks so much again for playing along with us…thrilled to have you!
xo, Jenny & Aaron
Thanks Jenny and Aaron. 🙂 I'm playing catch up again on the latest two pages. Expect to see them soon.
Thank you so much Kristin. I hope you do some more and post a few too. I'd love to see them.