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Vlog: Where Have I Been & Surprise Art Mail

've never done a vlog before. (It's a little weird talking to a camera as if it's a crowd of people.) Something's, however, are very difficult to explain in text, especially when those things are of a more serious nature. I don't like making my friends uncomfortable, and even if we're not technically that close, I'd still prefer to not run you off...especially after being gone for so long! The following video consists of two parts.

Season of Color!! (Blog Hop)

he Creative Team for the art journalling community Get Messy is connecting today to celebrate Season 15: Color! We are sharing spreads today from our personal art journals...featuring specific colors of the rainbow! I am sharing a yellow page with you today, the happy color of life, warmth, and enlightenment.

Finished Spread: Overgrown

Today's art journal spread came about in under 24 hours, which is quite a feat for me to accomplish in a space of 11" x 19"! There are quite a few elements to this page that I've never created before, and are now happily added to my artistic arsenal! The color palette is one, but the use of a radiating ombré is really where I've taken notice.

Crystals & Freebies

Do you ever find yourself returning to a certain image, not because it means anything special to you, not because it's easy to draw, not because you've somehow amassed a collection of it from thin air, but for reasons that you cant explain? Do you doodle it on post-it notes and in the margins of your notebooks, letting your mind idle and your pen move freely in shapes it's made a hundred times before?

Live Recap: Celebration

t began with one page painted pink, and one page painted brown. After the acrylics were dry, I went to town with more matte acrylics, iridescent paint, and collage material! There were two things that I had in mind when I began the is spread, one being a hanging banner with triangular flags, the other being Neapolitan ice cream; these were items that I saw yesterday which cause me to think, that would be good for journal fodder! 

Bottled Ink & Freebies

The supply that I'm discussing today has been an obsession of mine for about a year, starting from when I discovered it though an online impulse buy. I had been looking into new ways of getting color onto paper, other than the convention routine of paint or pen. That's when I came across Dr. Ph. Martin's Bombay India ink. Since that purchase, I've added Daler-Rowney neon inks, the Liquitex INK! muted color edition, and others to my growing collection.