For some strange reason, this post didn’t go live yesterday when it should have! Oops! I’m releasing it now if you haven’t already seen the video!
Today I’m playing in my large Dylusions Creative Journal, creating an art journal page with very little to it. An exercise in leaving white space and using restraint – which is so difficult! For many of us, leaving so much white space is counter-intuitive and goes against everything we feel should be doing or adding into in an art journal page. Click below to watch how I created this page and my thought process behind leaving all the white space.
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I lost a lot of data files when we were burgled back in August, including all of my signature and graphics files I used for making my journals.
So over the past few weeks, I’ve been slowly recreating some of them and getting back into the swing of making some journals. Some I’ve created as commissions and this one I created just for the sheer fun of making it.
It helped me so much to get back into practice! It was so much fun to do the research and to build and I hope you enjoy watching the flip through of the pages and ephemera.
All of the ephemera printables were curated from websites that were free to download, such as instructables.com and some from official Warner Bros websites. To watch the flip through click the YouTube link below.
If you’re interested in purchasing this unique one of a kind handmade journal, it can be found [HERE].
A set of 52 colourful playing card sized inspiration prompt cards to use to kick start your creativity! Available NOW!
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This 15-page printable digital download contains all 52 prompt cards, a coordinating printable back for the cards and a storage box template to keep them safe!
Each card contains a word for inspiration and a colour suggestion, plus each card has either a complimentary or contrasting colour surround to help you decide on a colour scheme for your project. Use both colour and word or individually.
Cards can be shuffled and a random card picked for each week of the year or one can be taken from the front and placed at the back to ensure you work through all 52 cards. Use when a creative boost is needed or as a series of projects.
Page size 8.5×11 inches. Can be easily printed on A4. File size approx 10mb – please allow sufficient time for download. Download speed varies depending on your connection.
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