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Today I'm sharing some daily pages from the end of February and the beginning of March. I've been doing (almost) daily pages for several years now. I've tried out lots of different books, heaps of different techniques and ideas, and filled many multiple journals. And you know what? I never get tired of it. In fact, I look forward to being able to art journal every single day. Some days I'm sad when I realize that I already journaled for the day. But I suppose that's why I have other journals -- non-daily ones. Other places to play and experiment and expend some energy! Take a peek at what I've been up to:
This face is an old one that I reworked. It was done probably five or more years ago on a file folder. That file folder was incorporated into this junque journal and so I fixed up the face a bit when I stumbled upon it in the journal.
The text was partially covered up in the "fixing up" process.
I added this confetti-style background with markers.
I added the flower for a little something extra. The neon pens really make it pop off the page.
The text is a set of stamps I carved for Carve December. I simply colored them in and added a bunch of date stamping.
I like to include little bits and pieces from my life in my art journal. This "I voted" sticker seemed to fit perfectly.
This page has two interactive elements -- a hanging heart....
...and a flap.
I've been putting more and more interactive bits and pieces in my journals these days. I really like them.
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