Art Journaling in a Jiffy: How to Create Art Journal Pages in 30 Minutes or Less
I’ve been very busy since both my kids are now at regular school. But despite the hectic schedule, I try to sneak in some pockets of time to create 15- to 30-minute art journal pages . It’s a great stress-reliever for me, because every time I’m able to finish an art journal page, I find myself in a better mood. How and when do I find the time to make art in a harried day? I do the background for the page in the morning, right after my second grader has left for school and while my preschooler is still asleep in bed. I usually just use watercolor or water-soluble crayons to make the background. This way I don’t have coat and let dry gesso and to wash a palette (as the case when I use acrylics). After I've brought my kid to her preschool, I go home and finish the art journal page.
Are you into art journaling, too? How often do you make art on your journal?
Image Credit » Connie Luayon