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Fiercely Lunar collab

In 2017, Rebecca and I decided to work on a fabric journal together. It took almost a year but we finally finished this lovely collaboration. Throughout the journal, a theme emerged: that of being lunar beings that go through phases and ages. So we called it Fiercely...

V’s Daily Diary || December

Oh this is it, friends. My last post for 2018's daily diary! What a feeling. There are times I thought it wouldn't happen. But here we are. I made it. Thank you to all of you who are still here. Here are my last pages for My Day Arted 2018. I will be doing Riet's...

December 30 Days of Lists – final

We made it! Goodbye 2018 and hello 2019. Here are the last pages of my December 30 Days of Lists! Fun fact, the piece of fabric on this page was added because I punched the holes in the wrong direction! The birds were on their side, ha! And that's a wrap. Happy New...

December 30 Days of Lists

Hello all, We are halway through December already. And I can feel the pull of 2019 quite clearly! I thought I would share the first two weeks of my December 30 Days of Lists. This round I am using an old ring album by Semikolon. I love how it turned out! In a bid to...

V’s Daily Diary || November

I can't tell you how good it feels knowing that there are only 31 days left in this daily diary for me to fill in. It's so exciting to me that I managed to stick with this project all year. I'm looking forward to this completed journal. But we are not there yet! Here...

Left to My Own Devices – 1

Another project that came forth from my injury was the idea of using my left hand to create.I decided to use a vintage scrapbook that I got from Cait Sherwood and use it as a left handed paint journal. No pressure, no need for it to be nice or interesting. The only...

The For I Am The Chariot Journal

On October 15th, I fell off my bike and fell on my right elbow, hurting the tendons around the articulation as well as down my forearm. This is my dominant arm and suddenly I couldn't use it. It was swollen and painful, I couldn't keep it straight nor could I bend it...

My Book of Faces – a Concertina Journal

I made this concertina style booklet from Kellee Wynn's tutorial on the Get Messy Art Journal private blog. I loved the process and I love the result as well. I decided to play with inks, watersolube Inktense crayons and my dip pen and add faces to this book.   I used...