Monday, July 31, 2017

August Stamp

I got this done in just the nick of time to be ready for my August Bullet Journal page, which I still have to do.
As a birthday treat I may take some time and carve another stamp.

Thursday, July 27, 2017

A Few Little Journals

I sent one group of these off to my nieces and I am giving the others to my arty friends. They were so much fun to make! I hope they like filling them.

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

More Pocket Journals

It is nice to work on a small space, but I hate not having all my supplies available. Still, it is a good challenge!
 I didn't like this page as it was, so I took a cue from Julie Fei Fan Balzer
 That link isn't quite right, but somewhere on her blog is a post about cutting into your art journal to make a lacy page.
I think I need to cut a little more, but I don't have an exacto knife upstairs.

Monday, July 24, 2017

Day 6-9

 It was a lot of fun to play and put paint on these pages. Some I like and some I don't, but it is the showing up that is important.

I did some stenciling on the back of some scrapbook paper so I can make some journals for my nieces.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Days 3-5

I knew it would be hard to post every day, so I a just doing it in a group. I love this challenge as the pages are small and it is fun to see what I can do with limited supplies.

I used a new stencil from Stencil Girls for this page using the prompt-Curves.
 I thought the first image was done, but looked again and felt it needed some words. Prompt-Geometric.
Today the prompt is Ruled. I used a few stencils and then found this verse:
Join the fun at Rae Missigman . The class was great fun and her blog is excellent.

Monday, July 17, 2017

Day 2 Art Marks

I thought my page was done at this point:
 But I felt it needed some words so I added this verse from my daily Bible reading:

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Art Marks 30 Day Challenge

Well, I am joining Rae with her 30 day challenge. But first, here are some in-process photos of my pocket journal:
First my fabric pages that are done with the original fabric :
 Inside of my pocket journal:
 I bent my needle making the book.
 The book still needs a closure and some fixing of the inside pages:
 This the start of my first page:
 And here are my marks on that page:
I did not use any paint, just my Moonlight Sakura pens.