I invite you into... My documented life in an art journal.
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There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.
** Inhabit Your Story **
if you were to inhabit your life story using art,
how would you "visually" show others?
April, this book of days is fantastic! Love the Maya Angelou quote, and especially love your question in the end... I'm not sure how i'd visually share my story, but your question makes me wanna go to the studio & sketch a few ideas... really got me thinking. :-) ((hugs)) xoxoReplyDelete
Wow April... what a wonderfully interesting thought! I'd have to use recent years of my life and use bright colors... I've come through some very dark days and will never return... that's why I use the colors that I do. Thanks for this thought! Have a fabulous evening!ReplyDelete
Great job, I love the window as an eye. I really like the idea of inhabiting your story.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Ladies... so glad you all came by for a visit! :]ReplyDelete
This is a YEAR LONG PROJECT, stick around... there is much to be told along this journey. ((hugs))
Love what you have made! Hugs, ValerieReplyDelete
Hi April...you are doing fantastic work in your BOD. I checked out your other pages too...they are all great! You should consider doing a tutorial on how you decorated the mint tins. I have several now that I want to use for storing my small hand carved stamps.ReplyDelete
Are you going to bind your BOD pages together at some point...or tip them into a book?
Yes, Mary... I will be binding these pages for my BOD.Delete
My goal is to have a really "chunky" thick art journal.
I never know how it will end up in the end, that is the exciting part!!
Great idea, a tutorial on creating the business tin... I will work on that. :]
Thank you for visiting. ((hugs))
This is clever....the way you reveal what the bird is so attached to..you made me smile bigly:) :) A lovely little bird too!ReplyDelete
Oh yes, you have noticed my birdie ;]Delete
That alone is a story in itself...
Thank you for stoping by for a visit. ((hugs))
I love the little red wagon! Great work, April....thanks for sharing this with us!!ReplyDelete
Hello Jane! :]Delete
Thank you for visiting, always enjoy your company. ((hugs))
Yes, the little red wagon, everything has a meaning to it, in this BOD project.