Sunday, August 23, 2015

Art Journal Page - Birds of a Feather

Hello creative friends.  Hope everyone is having a good weekend.  Mine is going well.  This weekend the Creative Arts Collaboration group is having another YouTube event and I've posted a video for this event.  On this art journal page I used junk mail, paint, Tim Holtz tissue paper and ephemera.  I like the way this journal page turned out for the most part, but feel I could have done a better job on the birds.  Oh well.  Here is a picture of the front of my journal page:

And here is a picture of the inside of my journal page.

I could not decide on what to put on the inside of this page, so as I was going through my quotes to find one to add, I decided to do a group of quotes.  I really like the way the inside of this art journal page turned out.  I also made a mistake on this page, did you spot the mistake.  As I was writing my quote on the front and on the inside with indian ink and a quill pin, I was thinking how feather and together rimed, but only after writing it did I realize I also spelled them the same and they are not spelled the same LOL.  Oh well, it is what it is and my journal is a reflection of me and since I am not perfect, nor is my art journal and I am ok with that.  I could have gessoed over it and fixed it, but decided not to.  Here is the video I made showing how I created this art journal page:

If you want to see more videos posted for this event this weekend you can search YouTube for #pawgustart.  Additionally if you would like to see specific videos, for example videos on art journaling like this one, you can add #artjournal in your search to see all videos on art journaling.  If you liked my video please like, subscribe to my channel or comment on YouTube, I would love to hear from you.  Or you can leave a comment here on my blog.   Thank you for visiting my blog, watching my video and joining us for this weekends event.  We will be holding other events each month with different themes so stayed tuned.  Until next time, happy creating.

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