My November 2018 pages are prepared with in progress views. Would you like the monthly Journal posts to continue? I'd like to as long as I have tips to inspire your art journaling that you find of value. I'd love to hear your thoughts!
This month we have: acrylic finger painting (using a glove), acrylic background preps, and using a brayer (a little rubber roller) to spread paints for layering. I was anxious to try Alisa Burke's finger painting method with the orange blossoms. Cool! The leaves and grasses were done with a brush.
Next - Judith Cassel Mamet introduced me to using paper lunch bags to make travel or special occasion journals. Use 3 paper bags folded in half and alternate the direction of the opening. Great for preserving 'this & thats' from your travels or special times. The one pictured below is a journal of flowers since I'm all about flowers right now. The key is to add layers, glue pics etc 'cause the journal becomes more sturdy. Have Fun Creating! Best to all!
|Bind-stitching through all three folded bags, clamped together, & holes punched.|