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My oldest Traveler in use…

It’s been rather a busy few weeks these past weeks. To relax a little I like to work in my art journal. At the moment I have 2 art-journal Travelers. One is Regular size and the other is A5. Today I want to share with you my oldest TN in use. It looks lovely, marked with all things life has thrown at it. Still as strong as ever.

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It’s the same saddle leather I usually use, maybe even a little thinner. Its lovely brown glow does not come from any dye, well apart from the acrylic and ink add-on’s….It’s just oiled veg tan leather… Continue reading


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lost my mojo…hoping to find it somewhere soon

It seems I haven’t been blogging much lately, nor have I been doing much art journaling. At first I felt really bad about this and kept feeling pressure to do something, anything…. but somehow this self imposed pressure only made things worse… And I lost my mojo completely.

Still I tried to finish the art journal round robin journal for Susan. Did bits an pieces here and there, Played with ink and paint, but somehow felt it just wasn’t good enough. 
So I put it away and forgot about it…well almost…
This week I finally got up the nerve to try and finish what I started. 
Susan’s book is beautiful and the work done in it already, was gorgeous. It’s theme was trees and leaves and/or anything related. I’m not good with trees, or leaves for that matter…but I gave it a shot.
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The Round Robin continues

It’been a while since I made my previous blogpost and to be honest, I feel slightly out of touch with it. I have missed writing here and I haven’t done much art either. Between my day-job and making the Traveler’s Notebooks, I don’t have a lot of time left. I even had to make a waiting list for the Traveler’s Notebooks, I just can’t make them as fast as they are being requested.

It’s a good thing people are so kind and patient and it’s great meeting people from all over the world.

Mostly I tend to sneek a peek at facebook and post some pictures there when I made a Traveler’s Notebook or insert that I like, but sitting down and writing a blogpost, just wasn’t something I could wrap my head around.

With making the waiting list I feel I have finally got everything back under control and I even started doing some art again. 
So today I finally shipped the next art journal from the Round Robin on it’s way to Tracy. It’s Lee’s journal, a beautiful bound book with a canvas cover and gorgeous painted papers inside. A joy to work in.
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Jessica’s Journal, lovely Rita

The second and last spread in Jessica’s Art Journal was started in january, right after I did the first one. However with my hand getting worse I wasn’t able to finish it until this week.

I still have to be rather carefull with my hand so I gathered I would do something completely different from what I’m used to doing and go with aquarel paints. Up till now I have only ever done small doodles and sketches with aquarel paints, but I really like how it turned out.

I do have “some” (as in, a lot) pictures with progress and detail shots.
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Jessica’s journal, first spread

As promised, the first of the journal pages in Jessica’s Round Robin Journal. The second one is in a seperate post.

This first spread I did in Jessica’s wonderful journal somewhere in the beginning of january. I’m not sure if I can remember everything properly but I will give it a go.

First I would love to show you the envelope the journal came in, sent by Gayle from Canada.
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Another Round Robin Journal on it’s way

Finally I was able to work on Jessica’s Art Journal for the Round Robin, hosted by Tracy and finish the last spread.

January and the start of february have not been very good for doing any kind of creative and/or crafty stuff. Somewhere in november I started getting pains in my left hand. More specifically my thumb. By mid january I wasn’t able to use my hand in a normal way anymore without feeling like someone was driving a knife through my thumb. According to my docter this could only be resolved by surgery and luckily this could be scheduled fairly quickly, at the beginning of february.

I’m glad to say that surgery went well and my thumb is healing nicely and I am able to use it again.
The first thing I did, after I felt I was able to use it again (and the stitches were removed), was to finish some backorders of Traveler’s Notebooks and inserts for my shop. I am very grateful for everybody being so very patient with me.

The next thing I did was finish the second spread in Jessica’s journal and make photo’s of the spread I did before. Honestly, it’s much easier making photo’s with two hands in stead of one =)… also, I found, typing is a lot easier with my usual “two finger” system. The one finger (one hand) system wasn’t really working for me.

Since this post would otherwise be far to long and picture heavy, I will do a seperate post for each of the two spreads.

As you can see both spreads are quite different. The first one is made with my goto medium, acrylic paints. For the second one I chose to do something different and I went with aquarel paints.

I’ve been having a lot of fun working in Jessica’s beautiful journal. I love working in all these different journals and, I think, I am almost over my fear of doing something wrong in someone else’s book.
It’s like they say, there’s no right or wrong in art journalling =)

Thank you for watching and I wish you all a wonderful weekend.

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The Documented Life Project

Sometime in december last year I ran accross the documented Life Project. I was immediately intrigued. A combination of planner and art journal, executed any which way you would like. My favorite things combined. So I started looking into it and joined the facebook group, where lot’s af people were already busy making the most fabulous planners and journals. Sharing all that they did generously.

So I decided to join in the fun as soon as the two art journals were safely on their way. Last week I finally got those travelling again and I started thinking about how I wanted to participate in this project.

I had a planner and that was working just fine for me. I did a video about that last monday. This is part one.

And part 2.

I really didn’t want to change that, so I gathered I would do it a bit differently and just do the weekly prompts in a seperate booklet. I had some wonderful and colourful painted papers, just waiting to be made into a booklet. They had been living underneath my artsy endeavors for almost half a year now and were definitely ready for other use =)
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