Join me as I chat about little things like my succulent, my new fountain pen, the book I am reading and of course a flip through of my Book Journal from the beginning to the end of March. Also I will show you a good look at the journal I will begin writing in later today.
This is the second page in my tarot art journal and it is dedicated to the Knight of Wands. I wish I had been thoughtful enough to record the first spread in the series but from here on out I am going to do a process video for each card.
Disclaimer: I don’t believe in the magic of tarot card or anything occult-y.
I was blessed with the challenge to make an art journal spread based on the prompt of spring. Here you can sit and watch me through my process as I pick out what I want to use and put it all together in a journal spread devoted to my spring resolutions. Thank you for watching. Please remember to leave a comment and a thumbs up on a video and subscribe to me via YouTube or on BlogLovin’ (or your favorite feedreader) to keep up with me here.
I got this journal from Ex Libris Anonymous– it was made from a book called Little Navajo Bluebird by Ann Nolan Clark. Join me as I flip through my month of February including lots of Valentine’s nonsense, 90s inspired music and collages, and lots of blackout poetry. I like my Book Journal and I would be open to using one again in the future. I encourage any of you readers to check out Ex Libris Anonymous for your next notebook. Warning: Book Journals are not Sharpie or Copic marker friendly.
From January 2016 through May 2016 I was writing in a beautiful journal from Code & Quill. Since I had the notebook off my shelf for unrelated reasons, I thought that I might as well do another flip through of it, especially since my set-up is much better than the last time I attempted a Code & Quill flip through video.