Unleash Your Creativity with Watercolor Paper Cutouts: A Must-Have for Art Journaling and Mixed Media Projects

I am so thrilled to announce the launch of my latest product, the Watercolor Paper Cutouts! These beautifully hand-painted papers are perfect for adding a touch of color and texture to your art journals, junk journals, and mixed media projects. Here are just a few ways you can use these gorgeous cutouts in your artContinue reading “Unleash Your Creativity with Watercolor Paper Cutouts: A Must-Have for Art Journaling and Mixed Media Projects”

Art Ephemera Mixed Media Kit

Are you a fan of mixed-media art? Do you love creating art from scraps, doodles, and marks? If so, you’re going to love my new art ephemera mixed media kits! As an artist, I’ve always been drawn to the idea of repurposing and reusing materials. I believe that everything has potential, even the scraps andContinue reading “Art Ephemera Mixed Media Kit”

Incorporating Writing into Mixed Media Art Journaling: What to Write About and How to Do It

Writing is an essential element of mixed media art journaling. It provides a way to convey emotions and thoughts, as well as create depth and texture to a work of art. But when it comes to incorporating writing into art journaling, it can be difficult to know where to start. Here are eight easy waysContinue reading “Incorporating Writing into Mixed Media Art Journaling: What to Write About and How to Do It”

Collage Style vs. Mixed Media Journaling: What’s the Difference?

Collage style and mixed media art journaling are both creative and fun ways to express yourself through art. While the two styles may appear similar, they have some distinct differences. Collage style is a type of art that combines different materials such as paper, fabric, photographs, and other objects to create one cohesive image. ItContinue reading “Collage Style vs. Mixed Media Journaling: What’s the Difference?”

Art Journaling: Basic Steps to Get Started

Art journaling is an incredibly rewarding activity – it allows you to explore your thoughts and feelings, express yourself in unique ways, and create something beautiful. Over the years, art journaling has become an increasingly popular form of artistic self-expression. It’s a great way to keep track of your creative ideas, as well as documentContinue reading “Art Journaling: Basic Steps to Get Started”

New Lined Journal Available

As someone who loves to write and always has a million ideas floating around in my head, I’m constantly on the hunt for the perfect journal. When I started designing my own journals it became an obsession! Now every time I need a specific journal I just design one myself and have Amazon print themContinue reading “New Lined Journal Available”

What is a vision journal and how to create one of your own

Learn how to create your very own vision journal and unlock the full potential of your creativity. This step-by-step guide will show you how to clarify your goals, stay motivated, and track your progress, all while providing a creative outlet. Plus, get helpful tips and tricks specifically for artists. Start creating your vision journal todayContinue reading “What is a vision journal and how to create one of your own”

Benefits of commonplace books for artists

For artists, commonplace books can be incredibly beneficial tools for inspiring creativity and organizing ideas. Commonplace books are notebooks or journals in which you can record meaningful thoughts, quotes, observations, and other inspirations. By having a single repository for these items, artists can easily refer back to them and use them as a source ofContinue reading “Benefits of commonplace books for artists”

How to use vintage ephemera paper in art journaling

Are you looking for a way to add some vintage charm to your art journaling? Look no further than vintage ephemera paper! Ephemera paper can be found in antique stores, flea markets, and online. It’s typically paper with a vintage style, such as old postcards, letters, newspaper clippings, and more. I use vintage ephemera paperContinue reading “How to use vintage ephemera paper in art journaling”