Several years ago Julie Fei-Fan Balzer posted her take on the 5 main ways of Art Journaling which I still refer to now and then. Her categories are Painty, Wordy, Collage-ish, Scrapbook-ish, Doodler and I have added a sixth type Fabric-oriented. When I am making a Traveling Art Journal to cover a specific trip I . . . → Read More: The Traveling Art Journal Part 2 – A Painty Page
We made it back from the second round of Hut-to-Hut Trekking. We are tired, muddy and fully satisfied. It was hard hiking, mostly good weather and really good fun.
I used this postcard as I could not get a panoramic photo. If you look closely you can see where I marked our overnight Hut, Falconhütte. . . . → Read More: Flip Side Friday #9 – on Saturday (I think)
These weekly prompts are not intended to make an entire page but instead are meant to give you a starting point for a daily practice of Art Journaling.
If you are participating in these Journal Prompts and want to share a page or two (or more) with us, please email a . . . → Read More: The Journal Project 2014 – Week 38 – Art Camp for Women
This summer my enormous family had a reunion. With 3 sisters, a few sister-in-laws, some cousins and several adult nieces I thought of Art Camp for Women and of how art journaling would land in the mix. I gave advance warning to the family and issued invitations to the women. I packed supplies . . . → Read More: Traveling Art Journal Part 1: Gathering Ephemera Etc.
Bopping around Europe (actually at this point it is creeping creakily) is WAY fun and the vicissitudes – aka electronics – of daily life recede into the background. We are back into town life for about a week before the next hiking trip and I find many little details have fallen by the wayside – . . . → Read More: Flip Side Friday – On The Move