Saturday, July 19, 2014

July Art Journaling

In July I have been playing catch-up in my Documented Life Project journal.



Week 19 challenge: A random act of kindness









Once my June pages were finished my DLP journal could hold no more! With July's pages I began a DLP volume 2 journal for the second half of the year.



And in my everyday art journal this month:



Stencil Girl Products hosted a blog hop last week for the Documented Life Project and I won one of their stencils! It was fun opening the mail yesterday to see which stencil was inside. So, today, I'd like to share that anticipation and excitement with one of my blog followers. Simply leave a comment on this blog post by next Friday (7.26.14) and then on Saturday 7.27 I will draw a name from the comments and that person will receive a lovely package of vintage papers and ephemera. Enjoy your weekend!





12 comments:

  1. I saw that you had won. It's great when you 'know' one of the winners. Great pages as ever

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  2. congrats on your stencil win. so love your DLP journal pages, I am following your tut on how you create your journal but can not bring myself to cover the 140lb watercolor pages with collage/mag pages.

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    1. Thank you! You can definitely journal on the watercolor paper too! Hope you enjoy your altered book journal!

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  3. Ohh a stencil! But more then that look at those amazing pages!! I love them.

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  4. Oh my gosh, I just love it!
    Sheila

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  5. i love your papers so would love to win. i'm checking out the second hand book stores for some cool covers. thanks for the tutorial.

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  6. All your pages are so lovely, however, the one with the Erwin McManus quote on particularly catches my heart. Not only for the quote, but the colors subtlety mixed together (watercolor or acrylic?) and the backgrounds plus your beautiful lettering and a simple addition of something from nature. Breath to my soul.........

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  7. My DLP is getting fat too, altho it is not nearly as wonderful as yours is. I love the consistency of your pages. It's very calming. This is truly a treasure!

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  8. Mary I love your work! You inspire me artistically and spiritually! I'm a fan if some of the writers whose quotes appear in your work, like Erwin McManus and Ruth Haley Barton! Have you ever done a post about books you would recommend? Hint Hint! :)

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  9. finally chose a book and worked on a few pages from your altered book tut. thanks so much. if you have time check out my pages
    http://morningdew15-morningdove.blogspot.com/2014/07/me-time.html.

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  10. Congratulations! I always look forward to seeing your pages. Your work is so inspiring. I would love to win some of your papers. Thank you so much for the opportunity.

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