Art Journaling // March 2014

Art Journal Scrapbook

Whenever things get extra heavy in my heart, I turn to art. Actually, if I’m being honest, I’d say I turn to paper and glue. I delve deep into boxes of paper scraps to create my own form of artistic expression, if not actual art. Some people turn to music to connect their heart and their mind- to help them meditate, to communicate their feelings to God, to themselves, or both. For me, it’s paper and glue. You do what you gotta do, right? At least I’m letting my feelings out in a healthy way.

It’s been a while since I shared any of my art journal pages, so I thought it was about time to lay it all out there again! It’s always good to make time to journal- I hope you can be inspired to destroy your dining room table and really get it on with some pens, paint, and words.

Art Journal Scrapbook

Art Journal Scrapbook

Art Journal Scrapbook

5 Responses

  1. Evi says:

    so, so nice!

  2. patty says:

    What great therapy!!! Music is my go to. :)

  3. Anna says:

    These pages are so pretty! I’ve always admired stuff like this, but my talents do not lie with it, haha. I grab a pen and write poetry. :)

  4. Cheryl says:

    I get it. I love turning to a fresh page in my sketchbook and just spilling onto it. It’s a relief.

  5. Emily says:

    I loooooove these journal pages! So fun and unique and pretty. I’m an artist, looking into buying some of the photo lighting gear you recommend in your post “Lighting Tips & Tricks for Bloggers & Photographers”. Just wondering (since I’m mostly photographing flat artwork on a wall or table) did you photograph these journal pages with the same setup/equipment as in that post? I love how bright the photos are, it’s hard to get white paper to look really white, and these look awesome! Thank you so much :)