Thursday, July 24, 2008

Soul Journaling: Day 12

I had lots of fun painting this morning. I hope you all are having fun too. Here are a few pictures of my process.


And here is my finished? painting:







It's hard to see here but I used some of my Micaceous Iron Oxide in my buildings and sky to give it a bit of extra sparkle.
Tomorrow you will need some small brads (you can get these pretty cheap from an Office supply store or even Walmart) and some type of heavy weight paper like card stock or watercolor paper.
Have a great day!

13 comments:

Christy said...

You pages look fabulous. Like the extra sparkle too!

Linda said...

Your pages have a lovely 'feel' to them Sarah...almost mysterious. Wish I could capture that. These are the only pages that have caused me problems up to now - I posted a picture last night then deleted it half an hour later!
I dislike the naive quality my houses have - I'm not used to doing this kind of thing. But its good for me to experience this and I have learnt SO much thanks to you.
Have you any idea how much we look forward to your posts?!!!
Linda

LaY hOoN said...

You are amaze me with all this !!!! WOw ! I wish to be part of the Soul Journaling. OOh ... I shall start.

KathrynAntyr said...

I'm having such a delightful time. I'm learning so much about myself in this process and I'm finding my "voice." I can't thank you enough for this project.

I have my neighborhood done, do stop by for a cup of tea and a stroll among my other creative friends.

As for my house, that will be revealed in the days to come. I still have some work to do on it.

Jeanne said...

Beautiful
I love stars and love your creations........
Blessings

Viki said...

Love your little neighborhood.
I finally finished my house today.
I used part of a manila envelope to make an easy pocket. My next page isn't more houses but my side yard with the tree and flowers and a fun chair to sit in to read in the shade.

Viki
almost caught up

grrl+dog said...

Just have to say how much fun this project is. I have re-discovered some long abandoned techniques and my love of paint. Thank you so much for liberating the use of cheap paint, it really is the bomb! Loving the journal, and I log onto your blog AT LEAST three times a day to re read the steps...cheers,

Dneese/grrl+dog

Jane B. said...

Your pages are beautiful! I love how painterly they look - I'm afraid mine are nowhere near as totally cool looking, but I enjoyed making them! Thank you, thank you, thank you for your generosity and time in leading us all along this journey. Whew - getting pretty close to caught up!
Jane

KathrynAntyr said...

I finally have my house done! Swing by for a cup of tea and cookies. I do have some birthday cake left. It was a yummy torte with fresh Maine blueberries.

arlene said...

This is so much fun!! I started today, and got this far. I LOVE your exercises!! I'll post photos on my blog later tonight or tomorrow...I'm loving the fact that I found your site just as I had some free days. Lot's of time to play!

arlene

http://artdeme.blogspot.com/

Sandy..... said...

Although I'm still catching up, I'm moving right along. I really enjoyed making "My house". Here is the link and all the reasons I enjoyed it so much. ~Sandy
http://cre8sandy.blogspot.com/2008/08/soul-journal-my-house.html

marciglenn said...

Just came back from vacation and completed my Day 12 pages. They were so much fun to work on. They are posted on my blog if you would like to take a look.

Rachel R. said...

Anything liquid I use (water, marker ink, acrylic paints, etc.) seems to "reactivate" the gesso and just smear it around/mix it into whatever I'm using. Am I doing something wrong?

Also, can you tell us where you get your matte medium that you use as glue? All the wet stuff is reactivating my glue stick glue, too, and stuff keeps falling off.

Thank you! I am learning so much from these challenges!