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    Step by Step Art Journaling 

    "The most difficult thing
    is the decision to act,
    the rest is merely tenacity.
    The fears are paper tigers.
    You can do anything you decide to do.
    You can act to change and control your life;
    and the procedure, the process
    is its own reward."
    ~Amelia Earhart

    I've secretly been building a series of step-by-step art journaling posts revolving around the idea that art journaling isn't one easily defined concept. It's really not a paint-by-numbers sort of thing.

    I've pulled together everything in one handy dandy post.

    Step #125: The Blank Page
    Step #137: Prepare Paper
    Step #167: Time for Art
    Step #239: Abstract Backgrounds
    Step #290: Creative Ideas
    Step #399: Art Supplies
    Step #414: Ephemera
    Step #516: Journaling & Writing
    Step #574: Create Journal Fodder
    Step #671: Document Your Process
    Step #716: Date Your Art
    Step #847: Title Your Art
    Step #887: Photograph Your Process
    Step #916: Photograph Your Art

    The big picture? Check out Art Journaling 101 {free}

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    Reader Comments (3)

    This list looks pretty comprehensive to me. What an awesome idea. Tammy, I think you should write a book. Seriously. No one explains the process as well as you. Hugs, Terri xoxo

    Thank you, I still need to really get going with this!

    06.8.2010 | Unregistered CommenterBookishIma

    This is great, thanks so much for all your hard work to inspire and teach us!

    06.10.2010 | Unregistered CommenterHeather

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