Seriously, I have to stop. I am addicted to art journaling and art journaling classes. I'm currently enrolled in the Brave Girl's Club Body Restoration class, Tangie Baxter's Art Journal Caravan, Julie Shahin's What If Every Art Journaler Read the Same Book, and Paper Traders Tip In and Art Journal challenges. Plus, I am still finishing up Tangie Baxter's Gypsy Diaries and the Brave Girls Club's Life Restoration classes.
A smart woman would give up some of the classes, or at least put them on the back shelf. I guess I am not a smart woman. I just keep plugging along, abandoning one project for weeks to work on another, and then coming back to it when the muse strikes.
Here is a hodge podge of what I've been working on.
I finished the cover for What If Every Art Journaler Read the Same Book. We are reading SARK's Fabulous Friendship Festival. This is cut-and-paste on an 8x8-inch chipboard cover.
I've completed a couple of new pages for the Art Journal Caravan. They're both digital.
Credits: Julia Makotinsky Art Fusion; Tumble Fish Studios Divas and Miscellany; Tangie Baxters AJC 2013, AJC 12 Parcel 10 and AJC12 Parcel 19; Holliewood Art Journal 2; Rucola Bad Student; Captivated Visions I Believe in 2nd Chances; and Christina Renee Purty Buttons. The font is brother bear.
I pulled out the paints, and practiced my lettering for this art journal spread for the Paper Traders' One Word Art Journal project. This month our word was Simplify.
And, finally, here's a spread for the Paper Trader's Tip-In Project. We're creating spreads for other member's journals. Back in January, I worked with the theme Trees.