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Ok great, you can make a background page. Hurray. You can doodle and collage and know the formula for the latest style. But answer me this, do your art journals really mean anything to you? Do your pretty pages feel flat, random even? Would you like more soulful, meaningful pages?
Included in this class is Access to the one year of monthly painted art
journal page videos from my workshop A Lovely Dream.
"Overall I'm finding this process very enjoyable, and I'm definitely moving forward with my goals in a way that I wasn't before. The process of identifying what I needed to do to make my life better and take charge of everything, and then breaking it down into small steps and creating a planner page based on that, has been fantastic. Also I love my journal - the colours, the artworks, the pretty things. It makes me WANT to stay on track!"
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Scrapbook papers - Especially the scraps you have left over, perfect for journaling.
Pens - Cheapie, alcohol markers, gel pens
Colored Pencils - Prismacolor are the best for shading flawless faces but for journaling many different types of colored pencils will work.
Water Soluble oil pastels and crayons - Like Caran d-ACHE and Portfolio
Watercolor Paper - if you work in a cheap sketchbook not meant for wet media then adding in papers only when you want to paint on them is the way to go.
Acrylic Paints - Any, but I prefer Golden Fluid Acrylics
Matte Medium - is the best non sticky fast drying glue for papers.