This is the last art journal page I am going to post for a while. Do I hear cheering? No, really, I have enjoyed making the last 5 journal pages and will continue to make more as I am really enjoying this process. But I do know when enough is enough for my loyal readers. Plus, I have some other tutorials and fun ideas I’m waiting to try!
So here are the six prompts for today from http://www.daisyyellowart.com.
pocket or window
When I first looked at this list I was thinking it was going to have to be a sickly sweet page. But after thinking about what to do, and re-thinking about what to do, this is what I came up with.
First I put a thin layer of gesso an old binder pocket I cut in half.
I was thinking of cutting a window in the pocket but then I thought that would be overkill! Next I painted on the sky blue in patches. Along the inside edge, I painted a blue rainbow by lightening the shade each time.( I love real rainbows, but it would be hard for me to put one on a journal page without “my little pony” or the care bears too.) I blended the blues well so the rainbow effect is subtle.
Then I added the image of a Western Nuthatch, some text (which includes the word heart) and some paint. This is where it gets interesting. I decided to put elements from a real birds home into the pocket and seal it up. People who haven’t see this blog will be curious as to what is inside the pocket. This is what the little bird has in her house.
I hope you have enjoyed
laughing at looking at my journal pages. In just five days I’ve really learned a lot. I strongly suggest that you go Daisy Yellow Arts website for tons of information on art journaling, as well as oodles of prompts should you need them. Thank you again for your patience with this project and thank you to all the kind feedback. Next week I’ll be back with something totally different!