Category: Art Journal
Category: Art Journal
Jason and I had the chance to spend almost a week in New York City last month. It was a much-needed get-away for the two of us. A time to reconnect, to explore a new place (one of our very favorite things to do together), and to have new experiences.
Beautiful and quick art journal ideas. Journaling and creating art is a great way to relieve stress and preserve memories. Here are some of my favorite recent art journal pages. If you want to get started art journaling, check out my new gratitude journal! A couple of nights ago I
My Creative Habit for 2017 is very simple. I’m just setting aside time to do some painting or drawing every day. Usually this looks like a completed page in my sketchbook, but not always. Sometimes it takes me 2 or 3 days to finish a sketchbook spread because time is
I had a blog post all ready to share with you today about what I’ve been creating in my sketchbook lately. I vividly remember saving it and even scheduling it to post this morning at 6am. I remember this vividly because I was feeling super on-the-ball about it and that
I have become such a fan of daily creative practice over the past couple of years. The experience of practicing a skill/ improving a talent has been so richly rewarding for me. I no longer think, “I wish I was making more art.” without following up or actual pursuing that
Earlier this week, I completed the final spread in a sketchbook. It took me about 6 months to fill the book, though I wasn’t working exclusively in the same book during that time. It’s so fun for me to look back through my sketchbook and rediscover the pages I love.
As this year draws to a close, so does a major goal for me. in January I set the goal to paint or draw every single day in 2015. I am delighted to report that I have not missed a single day! I’ll freely admit that there were a few
I’ve been discovering what a stress relief it is for me to sit with my sketchbook for a few minutes each day and work on something that’s completely my own. I don’t create these spreads with the thought that someday they could be prints in my shop or free printables
I’ve been journaling since I was about eight. Back then I had a diary that I called Bobbi (because is there any more fantastic name for a diary than Bobbi? Not in my mind, in 1990.). My methods, supplies and style have changed over the years, but I still find