Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Developing A Ritual...

Yesterday I signed up for the December edition of "A Prompt-A-Day" (Kelly Kilmer's Art Journaling class). Like I told Kelly, I've been wanting to get a daily art-journaling ritual going, and I am actually doing it now - thanks to her class! My goal for December is to learn as much during the month as I can, about what works for me, so that I can continue on with my own art journaling ritual after December is over. Yeayyy!

So, here are my pages from the last three days:

November 22...

November 23...

November 24...
The journaling on this one is hard to follow - lol. It says...

"I could spend hours and hours creating in my scraproom. I never tire of making stuff."

I've got all of my backgrounds done for the rest of the month, and tonight I am working ahead on the collages. Then I can do the journaling on a daily basis, and hopefully, will have enough focus to also complete my scrapbook layouts!

So, what about you? Are you able to jump from one type of project to another in one evening? Or do you also have to focus on one thing at a time? I'd love to hear your approach to things!

I will be back tomorrow with another update - thanks for visiting!!!

5 comments:

Nat said...

Love your pages- you rock!
I can jump from one project to the other- but that is also because my attention span needs a new task- LOL

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

i jump from one to another....i did three lo's yesterday after work and started the 1st dec. one for STM!!!! loveeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee these pages....and I think my cell phone and your cell phone MUST be bff's....cuz they do the SAME things!!! LOL LOL LOL! :):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):):)

Amy said...

Love them! Your pages really pop!

Marit said...

Amazing pages again! You know I can only focus on one thing at a time... I'm not a real woman (teehee...) 'cause I absolutely cannot "multitask"....!!!

Diane said...

I've been offline for a month. It's So good to be back and to be refreshed by all the colour and inspiration of your blog.
Thanks.