Saturday, March 7, 2015

Finishing up February's planner pages...

Hello there friends out in the blogosphere! 

It's a beautiful sunny day here in Minnesota.  There's snow on the ground, but you can see little patches of grass here and there, and the temperature is in the 20's.  For us, that is warm.   How are things in your neck of the woods?

I am excited to share the rest of my planner journal pages for February! It's been so much fun focusing on the color pink!

Here's the monthly view...
Note: The bottom left hand corner (#23) is a new Krishna stamp designed by Jessica Sporn.  Check it out here!


and here are the daily squares for last week - four women, a wolf and a greyhound...
 I challenged myself to do a drawing a day in the squares.  It was fun!  Each of the drawings was inspired by a photo I found on pinterest.  Two of the squares came from No Excuses "Sprout" challenges...

 This one was a "wolf" challenge...




and this challenge was called "Pathways..."


The end of February also brought the journal to it's last page.  I started a new journal for March, and this month, the No Excuses color is Purple!  I will share some of those pages soon!

I hope you are having a superb Saturday!  Thanks so much for visiting!  I appreciate you so much!

8 comments:

Julie Tucker-Wolek said...

So gorgeous! LOVING the colors...especially the PINK!!!!

Pierrette Goupil said...

I love your grids, your art is delightful, Michelle. Thanks for sharing!

Michelle LaPoint Rydell said...

Thank you so much for your kind words Julie and Pierrette!

Sharon Fritchman said...

Absolutely wonderful pages! I love seeing your planner pages, too. The wolf and the journey are both gorgeous!!!!! Thank you for sharing your inspiration with all of us, Michelle!

Anonymous said...

Hi! I love your pages! In this book that I think you said is blank/ unlined, are you using a ruler to dray your lines? How are you spacing them so evenly?
Love it! Thanks! Carlie

Michelle Rydell said...

Thank you so much for all your kind words everyone! I really appreciate hearing from you!

Carlie - I do use a ruler to make my monthly grids, and that is so I can easily put a 2x2" photo in one of the squares if I want to. For the weekly grids, I draw them by hand and don't worry about if they are exact or not. I kinda like the wobbly lines. :)

Kay Oft said...

Shelley ... so yummy and rich - love the color saturation.

dawn said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE all the PINK!!!!

Seriously LOVE THIS!!!