Some time ago …..
I’m always looking for something new to work with in my journal and sometimes the most unexpected things show up. Like when I decided I needed to sharpen most of my inktense pencils. I use them a LOT; I love the brightness of the colours and how easy they are to work with.
Anyway, the trash can was out of reach so I sharpened the pencils directly onto my journal page. Once done, I had an idea. What if I removed all the wood bits, leaving behind just the colours…and then spritzed with water?
Here’s what happened:
Upcoming Creative Visual Journaling Workshop in the Spruce Grove/Edmonton (Alberta, Canada) area for NOVEMBER 2015.
Click on the link below and it will open up the workshop page (I couldn’t get the page to load fully here) with all the info, including how to get your deposit/payment in:
The Practice of Creative Visual Journaling
Spaces are limited so if you’re interested contact Jean (preferably), or Radka ASAP!
Creative journaling takes traditional (written) journaling to a whole new level of creativity, expression, and fun! And guess what? No art experience required!!
Looking forward to creating with you!
* the image on info sheet (link) is courtesy of Jean E. Tait and cannot be reproduced, copied or shared without her written consent.
I haven’t picked up knitting needles in awhile; the last time I did, I created this blanket for a very dear friend in the UK.