Friday, May 25, 2012

Make A Joyful Noise!

I’m finally done with Jessica Sprague’s Digital Art Journaling class. I started it months and months ago but I ended up procrastinating and nothing got finished. I got fed up with having a list of unfinished projects, so I’ve been working my way through a huge list and I’ve finally caught up with one item on the list. These are my last four art journal pages!

1. Make A Joyful Noise


The prompt for this page was music and I chose to copy Jessica's page pretty closely because I loved the symbolism and design. I did change the sentiment/journaling. She journaled about a hymn she loved and I decided to use a Bible verse. All of the supplies on this page came from the Art Journaling class.

2. Don’t Listen


The prompt for this page was "Listen". I went in the other direction and journaled about something I would rather NOT listen to.

Supplies: Nancie Rowe Janitz’s Journal Your Art Out 4 “Enchanted”

3. Going Home

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I loved using the vintage photo action on this page. The prompt on this one was "Escape". When things get really rough around here I escape by going down the road to visit my grandparents.

Zoe Pearn's Lost & Taken Facebook Fan Exclusive Freebie
Jessica Sprague's Digital Art Journaling Class

4. Stronger


The prompt for this page was "stronger". I decided to use a phoenix image to mimic rising from the ashes of hardship. The little bit of journaling is from a Kelly Clarkson song that I absolutely love.

Nancie Rowe Janitz's Retro Spring Kit
Jessica Sprague's Digital Art Journaling Class
Splendid Fiins Knockout Starburst

Wood Grain Thank you


Cindy deRosier said...

Very powerful! Good job!

Nancy Keslin aka Homesclscrapper said...

love them all! but, i told you to stop.

Alison said...

These are gorgeous Heather!

Patrice said...

Beautiful pages - I'm taking the self paced class now and learning so much...well done!

Mitra Pratt said...

got over here to take a quick look, I love these just as much as I loved the last bunch you did...