I have to say that adding words to my journal pages is one of my big challenges. This page from Creative Wildfire comes to the rescue.
I again found myself staring at the pretty plain white surface of another cool Sizzix die cut. This time it was the strips that make up a bow. I voraciously collect quotes and so this page was really helpful in solving my problem of figuring out a fun use for my quotes and how to get them on the strips of paper.
This is the final design in the Sizzix die cut challenge. You can vote for your favorite bow design at www.eileenhull.blogspot.com; it will enter you to win the Sizzix die!
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Art journaling is a vital activity for artists who need a place to experiment, draw, paint, document ideas, and continue an interior dialog. This lush, visual book is a must-have volume for both beginning and experienced art journalers. Each chapter presents crucial, basic information for how to get started, and is layered with in-depth sidebars and activities covering advanced techniques, approaches to working, as well as interviews with well-known journaling artists. The book comes with a beautiful blank journal in a take-along size (made from paper upcycled from the printing process), ready to catch your daily inspirations.
L.K. Ludwig creates art and chases her three small children around in a Victorian Four-square in a very small town (pop. 4,023) in western Pennsylvania. She is the author of Mixed Media Nature Journals, True Vision, and Collaborative Art Journals and Shared Visions in Mixed Media. She teaches workshops throughout the U.S. and maintains her blog at http://gryphonsfeather.typepad.com.