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    Wednesday
    Apr012009

    The Next Action

    These pages began with my favorite background technique, acrylics applied with bubble wrap and a brayer. Layer upon layer of color and dots! I did some journaling about to-do's and getting things done, procrastination, etc., just to get some thoughts on paper... Then I added images, stamped in silver stamping ink, edged with neocolors and used found stamps, handmade eraser stamps, a list and a piece of fabric stamped with a handmade FIMO stamp. Whenever I can, I embellish my art journal pages with my own photographs, handmade art or stamps, or found stamps. It's a challenge to use things I have and the look is unique.

    I've been reading about procrastination, to-do lists, and project management:

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    I tried a todolist online that was called something else (can't recall) but it was so difficult to do stuff from it that was not imidiate, like the big ones with many steps, so I skipped it and went back to doing stuff on paper in a notebook, maybe I should try it again...

    /another pro procrastinator

    04.1.2009 | Unregistered CommenteriHanna

    I love Sark's micromovement idea. I am reading Life is a verb right now. Good and inspiring. I always do love your bright and multi layered journal pages.

    04.1.2009 | Unregistered CommenterShell

    I am itching to try your bubble wrap technique! I have some stashed for that purpose, and I STILL haven't gotten to it! Your page turned out great, both with the bubble-wrap painting and the collage elements. My mind can't wrap itself around how you get all those crazy colors to come together so nicely.

    04.7.2009 | Unregistered CommenterCassandraMarie

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