Another post today over at the PaperArtsy Blog. If you like art journaling this post is for you. Head on over and check it out!
Archive for the ‘Art Journalling’ Category
Hello, I am still playing catchup on all my posts. I have been a bit behind. You should see my Bloglovin roll. I have 500 blog posts to read. So if I have not made it to your blog recently you know why. Another Expeditions art journal page for Artistic Outpost using the Paper Boy and Chalkboard Wisdom plates.
A Paris themed journal page using the Paris Exposition plate by Artistic Outpost. I am sure having fun with this journal.
A view from one of the mountains near where we live in Pennsylvania. The internet reception stinks and half the time I cannot get online but the landscape sure is beautiful.
Thank you for stopping!
I know, I know…it has been ages since my last post. We are trying to sell our house and this house showing stuff is keeping me way busier than usual. If we have 4 showings in one week that means I spend 4 days out of my week cleaning the house. You might be thinking that it should already be clean since I had a showing two days in a row. My answer…I have all boys. Plus I have perfectionist tendencies. So once this is all settled I am hoping to get back to regular postings. Thank you for your patience.
Today, am sharing what I have completed on the inside of this journal. I shared the cover last year but thought I would refresh your memory since I am showing inside pages. I will add more pages later as it is the perfect journally spot for unused pictures.
Thanks for looking. I apologize if I have not made it around to your blogs. Life gets in the way but I so appreciate your comments!
Welcome to the Artistic Outpost blog hop. I am so excited to share another page from my Expeditions Art Journal. I used my Paris Exposition stamp plate to embellish and my Fashion Flapper plate for the background. I used Distress Paints to add color and of course gesso.
Good Morning! I have another page to share in my new ‘Expeditions’ art journal. I bought a collage sheet of siblings several years ago and I think I might finally be able to put it to use. I love this image. My background is book paper over a brown paper bag. Lots of gesso, paints and stamping along with layers of ephemera finish off the page. I was able to use up a lot of scraps! Wo-hoo!