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Epic Journal Malfunction!

I have always told my students that there are no mistakes in art, only opportunities. Sometimes we get frustrated when our work doesn’t look visually appealing. We start over and over till we get it right. However, there are times when our perceived mistakes can become something more. It’s wonderful to know that with each […]

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An All-Encompasing Idea…

I have been tossing around a way to combine all the things I love and put them into one journal. I don’t know about you but I have a bullet journal, a journal or diary to keep my thoughts and ideas, and I have numerous sketchbooks, drawing books, and watercolor travel journals. I guess the […]

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Vellum, Oh the Posibilites.

As I was making layouts for my bullet journal, I had an idea. I love making handmade cards, rubber stamping and scrapbooking. On my artful journey, a fellow artist and craft enthusiast showed me this translucent paper called vellum. You could stamp on it and make embellishments for your cards or scrapbooks. It was a […]

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So what is “Bullet Journaling”?

In my last post about bullet journaling, we talked about supplies and sections of the journal.  The better question is “what is bullet journaling”? or better yet, “how do you use it”? The bullet journal is an analog system of keeping everything organized. It a streamlined system where all data can be accessed quickly.  When you do […]

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