Art Journal Flip Through

I’ve wanted to do this for a while and since this a5 Dylusions journal is almost full and tearing at the seems, I thought it would be cool to film my flip through! Plus I did a little intro to the video 😀

I really haven’t got the hang of talking to myself yet and look down a lot, but I actually enjoyed doing it. Must practice some more! I’ve also added a few pictures of my favourite pages in my journal. I’m looking forward to starting my nice new journal. I think I should experiment a lot more, my favourite pages are ones that are different from my usual style.

Hope you like!

6 thoughts on “Art Journal Flip Through

  1. I really liked that video, it’s really nice to see you talking through your journal, the work you’ve done in there is incredible. I look forward to your tutorials! 😀

  2. Wow, your work is beautiful! Thanks for sharing. The page that jumped out at me personally was the jellyfish. Your words of ‘even if you’ve never done something before, just do it’ really resonated with me. I have heaps of craft supplies that I’ve bought for ‘new’ projects, but I’m too scared to start them in case they don’t turn out! But do you know what, I’m going to do one this weekend so thanks.

    1. Hi, Thanks so much for your comments. I know exactly what you mean about being scared to start something, I still have to sit myself down and do anything because then you get back into a flow of work and even if you make something small and simple, you can then move on to other ideas from there. I did this with the polymer clay last year and some of the things were simple but then I just wanted to try new techniques and wondered what different things would look like. It’s liberating! I hope you enjoy your crafting this weekend 🙂

      1. I definitely right, I suppose creativity is a kind of muscle that you need to keep active or it gets weak and lazy. I think I’ve also got the fear of something not looking good, but it’s all about practice right!

      2. Exactly! I have really embraced the enjoyment of making art, experimenting, finding my own style and in sharing this process. It’s taken me a long time to get past the idea that something should look ‘right’ because I am doing it for myself and it is an ongoing things. Get out your lovely craft materials and do anything that comes to mind. you could even do scrap things first and this will lead you onto something else. Once I get into that state I find hours go past without me realising!

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