Here is something I am working on; the neat thing about journaling is YOU can break the rules. YOU can cut up strips of scrapbook paper glue or sew them on your page and add silk or vintage blooms, ribbons...whatever you like. This is photo of my daughter, that I like. This is a work in progress~
There is even a magazine dedicated to this medium; YOU will be amazed! Art Journaling is a gorgeous publication. If you don't journal, you will want to.
I love sketching out ideas, combining words that might lead to a poem or doodling. Anything goes! I want to share with you, some really lovely journaling. It provides one with joy and later stimulates imagination; we talked about that, yesterday~
When ideas jump and stir, it is best to get them down for when time permits. Thoughts that you know you want to save for later or speak to you. It also is a great stress buster. Trying to find a journal can be tricky; it is best to pick one that speaks to your soul. Here are some of my favorite Art journalists.
Dina Wakely teaches classes online. She has been published; her work is vibrant and jumps off the page.
Roben-Marie Smith has online workshops as well, with varied techniques. Fun site to check out.
Teresa McFayden has e-workshops. Here is an example of Teresa's work.
She has other workshops, too.