Category: Art Journals

WOYWW 379 – Art after Seth

So Saturday was a huge revelation and the most brilliant workshop *ever* – here’s the post all about it. What a fantastic day, fantastic teacher, fantastic company, fantastic organisation by the Paper Artsy team, fantastic lunch…..just a fantastic day LOL!! Now I’m revisiting previous artwork with a new eye, following Seth Apter’s mantra of “more is more” and […]

Published on: 6 September 2016
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WOYWW 374 – It’s goodie time….and a journal page!

Postie arrived with another packet of goodies this morning!! I can’t believe, two wins in two weeks! First was last week with a lovely selection of pens from Scrawlrbox that I won on Twitter – I hadn’t heard of Scrawlrbox before – they do a monthly selection box of pens which is quite interesting…….. check out the link Then […]

Published on: 3 August 2016
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The Elements of Art Journaling

Each week we will be working on one of the elements – earth, air, fire, water and spirit and learning techniques to make an art journal. This is my journal front:     It started life as a pink/purple background with jade and lime green swirls and then sat at the back of my desk […]

Published on: 4 July 2011
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Art Journalling update

As promised, some pics from the journal in progress. I’ve been reluctant to add writing to many of my pages as I’m waiting to do a workshop at The Stamp Attic with Sarah Anderson on journal writing. She does some great work and is going to do a workshop next month so I’ll post the updated pages then. I […]

Published on: 21 February 2011
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Art Journal Photos

After half a day in the Den (sometimes you just have to do some housework!!), I managed to start making the covers for the Art Journal that I made at the workshop last Saturday and also took some photos. These haven’t come out as well as they might have done as I need to put […]

Published on: 17 April 2010
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