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My Art Journal – Week 2 : Documented Life Project 2015

The challenge this week in the Documented Life Project 2015 was to add gesso to your page. The prompt was: “The beginning is always today” -Mary Shelley

I didn’t cover my pages with gesso first like most did. I painted it with orange, pink, and white, then added black gesso on the edges and here and there on the page. After stamping, adding collage papers, and journaling, I called it finished. I love the color and the black together.

Have a fabulous Wednesday! 

4 thoughts on “My Art Journal – Week 2 : Documented Life Project 2015”

  1. i love how you did this and im a total newbie at art journaling and trying to learn. suggestions? will you be doing this project weekly and is there a prompt you use at all? how can i follow along with what youre doing?
    my email is njcurly1@yahoo.com i tried to submit to follow you by email but it kept getting stuck in a loop.
    Thanks
    Carolyn Gross

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  2. love your work. im a newbie at art journaling and am trying to learn as much as possible. i love mixed media. Any suggestions? will you be doing this weekely so i can follow your posts and learn? are there prompts? i tried to follow you by email but it kept throwing me into a loop as if stuck.
    my email is njcurly1@yahoo.com
    Thanks
    Carolyn Gross

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  3. Oh Carolyn, you are so sweet! I don't feel like I'm an expert and I'm still learning a lot too! I got started while following Art to the 5th. They started the “Documented Life Project” and I have learned so much from them. Here is the link: http://www.arttothe5th.com/dlp-2015/ They also have a Facebook group called “Documented Life Project 2015”. Once you join the group, you get access to the “files” section that have a lot of tutorials. I had been posting more often, but got sidetracked with sickness and busyness at work. I hope to be posting more about my foray into mixed media. Thanks for commenting and I hope to see you next time!

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