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“Happy Flower Girl” Prim Play Art Journal Page

“Happy Flower Girl” Art Journal Page

I was in the mood to do some playful art journaling so I grabbed up my larger, and sorely neglected, Dylusions art journal and started slapping down some paint without a plan other than just have some fun.  After a while I started seeing some sections of the pages that looked like a flower and hair so I started building on those areas.  That is how this playful, prim looking girl showed up.  I call her “Happy Flower Girl” for a reason but it’s a little personal so I’ll leave her story to your imagination. I think I have more fun when I have no plan and don’t care what the outcome is so I need to stop hiding from my journal and use it more often than I do.  Have fun playing in your art journals. 🙂

Laurie

“Happy Flower Girl” Art Journal Page

“Friendly Flowers” May Calendar Page Using 2016 Calendar For Inspiration

“Friendly Flowers” May Calendar Page

Each month I create a journal page in my calendar for the previous year using the art in the calendar as inspiration for my page.  May’s calendar page is called “Friendly Flowers”. I used a piece of paper bag from my “Junk Your Stuff” project that had the words “friendly flowers” on it because I thought it was so cute.  I really enjoy working in my calendar each month and as the year goes by I mark in the new current calendar so that when the year is over I can start creating in it for the following year.  Here are photos of the May calendar page and a link to the video.  I hope you feel inspired to do something creative. 🙂

“Friendly Flowers” May Calendar Page
“Friendly Flowers” May Calendar Page