Tuesday, March 27, 2018

More from the Second Leuchtturm (a journal)

If there is one constant in my life it is the journal. Whatever else happens, whatever else I do, the journal always continues. It's become so entwined with my life that I cannot ever imagine not keeping one. In fact, if I skip it for too long I just start to feel icky. :-)

The last journal I filled up was another Leuchtturm 1917 notebook. I showed you some pages of it in an earlier post and today I'd like to give you another peek. Hope you enjoy.




















Hope you are doing something that gives this crazy life a little consistency and wishing you all a wonderful and artsy day!


6 comments:

  1. I always enjoy the peeks into your fantastic work.
    Barb
    USA

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  2. I love your journals like this one. Finally I did start a journal that I've been writing and putting a few pictures in but it was when I looked at this book I realized that I neglected to choose a journal with dot grid papers so I could do some of doodling art like you do in yours. I am sure I wouldn't anywhere near fill it with but a few here and there would make me happy. Maybe in the next journal, huh? lol Happy Easter, my friend and thanks for sharing with us - your posts never fail to make me smile. : )

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    1. Fabulous you started a journal.
      You can always use seperate sheets of dotted or gridded paper and paste them in if you want to draw pattern type stuff. Or if you are really patient you can draw your own grid with a ruler and pencil (which I do with my morning mosaics for instance). Or just do them freehand, not everyone is a control freak like me. ;-)

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  3. Weer genoten van deze mooie blogpost waarvoor mijn dank en appreciatie , je bent een echte schrijfster !

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