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Saturday, March 10, 2012

ART JOURNAL PAGES

These are some journal pages I have prepared for having some fun. I enjoyed varying the sizes of the pages and even making a fold-out as seen on the first one. The vining flowers all match from page to page so they look like one continuous vine. The pages are from the last to the first page in descending order. Wasn't supposed to go in that way, but this computer sometimes has a mind of it's own. I know some of you can relate.

11 comments:

Teressa Thompson said...

These are great Coleen!

CraftygasheadZo said...

Fab pages! Love the idea of folding out a bit. Zo xx

catheriah620 said...

Looks like some great texture. I like all the space to journal on. How thick is the paper? Watercolor weight?
CC in WI

jewell said...

lovely! Makes me want to do something artsy!
how did you bind them?

Rhonda said...

The fold out and the flowers are a great addition! Lovely pages.

Coleen said...

They were part of a bigger journal that is spiral bound. These were just a few pages of the journal. Blessings to you jewel.

Coleen said...

Hi Catherine, Saw your girls earlier on your blog, but I was on my Ipad and couldn't comment. They are great fun. The pages above are just ordinary weight journal pages, not watercolor, not particularly heavy which makes them wavy when I use wet medium, but then I rather like that wavy look. Thanks for stopping by.

bohemiannie! art said...

Gorgeous pages Coleen! I love your bird in flight and the delightful flower on the next page.

Capt Elaine Magliacane said...

Thanks for dropping by my blog Coleen, I'm probably behind too... I haven't done any of the big assignments like the basil plant, or the barn painting... The videos are supposed to be available until August so hopefully by then I'll be able to catch up :-) Delightful pages in your sketchbook.

Coleen said...

Thanks, annie! Now to finish them off. I'll have to post again when they are done.

Coleen said...

Thank you Elaine. So appreciate you stopping by. Blessings.

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