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Throughout this journey, I’ve talked about what an art journal essentially is and why you might want to keep one. We went over finding a book, making time and space, overcoming fears, finding your style, and similar topics. I purposefully didn’t go deep into supplies and techniques because my goal was really just to give you the motivation and courage to start. To start art journaling, to start trusting yourself, to start experimenting and discovering what you’re capable of. I hope I accomplished that, because you are the source of everything you can ever truly want or need. And its time to fly little birdies! Time to take everything I’ve taught you and set yourself free in the world of art journaling.
Even though this marks the end of our Art Journaling 101 e-course, it is by no means the end of what I have to teach you. There is so much more to get into, and I’ll be coming back to art journaling periodically throughout the blog. Honestly, I have no idea where the blog will lead me next. So, I am going to take a short break from blogging so I can come back refreshed.
But, I am not going to leave you hanging, because like I said last week, I have been planning a launch party in celebration of my new e-book: “101+ Creative Journaling Prompts“. I’m so excited to get that started and share with you the two private videos that I’ve been working on! I’ll be sending out invitations tomorrow to everyone on my mailing list; so if you’re not on there yet, be sure to fill out the form now on the sidebar of the blog. Hope to see you there!
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Thank you for all the good information and inspiration you’ve given us on this subject, Kristal! It was very enjoyable and much appreciated!
Diane Jaquay says
Looking forward to seeing what you have in store for us! Have a wonderful holiday!
Sue Moore says
Can’t wait to see what is next… You have helped me so much not only to get started again but to look at a new way of creating. Thank you so much.