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journal challenge days # 215-219

June 16, 2012

journal entry: you are becoming who you were meant to be

materials used: acrylic paint, gesso, collage, printed out words, stitched bits, watercolors, shiva paintstiks.

art journal challenge

day 215

 

journal entry: making time to stop and drink in the beauty. beauty is waiting for you to simply open your eyes.

materials used: acrylic paint, white-out pen, pen.

365 day art journal challenge

day 216

journal entry: amazed at the difference this time. sometimes life has a funny way of bringing you bac around to the places you have already been. restoring dreams.

materials used: acrylic paint, spray inks, watercolors, stitching, collage, pen.

art journal challenge

day 217

journal entry: what if… you could begin again? you faced your greatest fear and lived? you let go of the past? you found joy in today? you changed the way you looked at yourself? you spoke life into your dreams? you opened your heart to possibility? what if?

materials used: collage, tape, spray inks, pen, acrylic paint.

art journal challenge

day 218

journal entry: sometimes you have to stop and really ask yourself, what do i really want? and i have been surprised with my answers lately. funny how things change.

materials used: acrylic paint, collage, pen, shiva paintstiks.

art journal challenge

day 219

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6 Comments leave one →
  1. June 16, 2012 1:37 pm

    i love your creations, i have tagged you in a post here: http://notjustamummy.wordpress.com/2012/06/16/a-new-award/

  2. June 16, 2012 7:51 pm

    365 – 219 = 146
    or if your year accounts for leap year = 147
    you
    are almost 2/3 of the way to your goal

  3. June 19, 2012 8:34 am

    Your pages are fantastic, nice job!

  4. snowbirdpress permalink
    June 20, 2012 1:53 pm

    Collage is so interesting as it shows how each color, shape changes with each addition … Your collages are wonderful adventures…

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