I’ve recently been requested by Effy Wild, the owner of Journal52 not to share the image cards and prompt texts any longer.
She has said that she would prefer it if people went to the original source for the images and text i.e. her Facebook group & website. Which is understandable as the copyright does belong to her and she has put in the very hard work of creating them for us in the first place.
I’ve included links to her Facebook group and website where the images and texts are freely available for personal use.
You can also find these links under each of my Journal52 inspired blog posts & YouTube videos.
I’m sure you’ll understand her reasons why I can no longer share the graphics and prompts on my blog posts, website and YouTube videos. I will still be creating art journal page YouTube videos inspired by Effy’s ATCs and prompts, however, my videos and blog posts will now have to be done in a slightly different format without displaying the ATC image or reading the prompt texts out loud. I’m sure I’ll find a way to make them as informative as I can.
Week14 for Journal52 is all about horizons, distant, new or whatever kind of horizon you’d like. For my page I decided to go with a split page, almost symmetrical page with corrugated cardboard for texture.
It’s a simple page with plenty of white space that I’m beginning to control my fear over! White space can be scary! The full process, start to finish video of my page can be found below; simply click to play.
For week 13 over at Journal52 we have the prompt of “Seed”, my thoughts went to the seeds of thoughts in our heads and how they can be grown into either good or bad.
I’m not a pagan by any means but I do love the images and carvings of the Green Man and that is what has inspired this page to a small degree. I love the leafy texture of the image and wanted to recreate the organic feel in my art journal page.
Week 12 for Journal52 is “Balance”, the choice of interpretation for this week is quite extensive so I tried to incorporate a few different opposites and balance references in the construction of this page.
To watch the full process video of the creation of this art journal page, simply click the YouTube image below. Don’t forget to give the video a thumbs up, share with your friends and subscribe to my YouTube channel.