Round Robin Journaling
I of course couldn’t only do the prompts. I created several extra pages and goodies. I also included a box filled with various goodies as a Thank you for participating.
This first folder was created using Distress Inks on manila paper.
This folder was created with acrylic paints, Distress Inks and eyelets on manila paper.
Quotes & Sayings
These were created with colored pencils, inks, acrylic paints, Sharpies, Sakura Micron Pens, Uniball Signo White Gel Pen and labels.
Created with Sharpies and Sakura Identi-Pens.
Extra Separate Art Piece
I enjoyed creating graffiti so I decided to create a simple piece with Ruth’s Blog name. It isn’t in the journal as its a separate piece that she can frame and hang somewhere if she wants. It was created using Sharpie Brush Pens and Sakura Micron Pens.
Decided to do a printout of the prompts to place at the beginning of the journal. I used the image of a background I had created for something else to be the background for the prompts.
I decided I would wrap the journal and the art piece but instead of using store bought wrapping paper I decided to create my own using acrylic paint and thin kraft paper.
To create the back cover I used chipboard since its thicker then cardstock. I covered it in wrinkled tissue paper for texture using gel matte medium and painted it using latex and acrylic paint. I used label paper and rice paper to create some of the pieces. I also used masking tape, labels, stickersm acrylic paint pen and Sharpie Brush Pens.
I had a hard time finding a rock but eventually I found one. I actually used two rocks. Basically my pet rock has a pet rock. I gessoed both rocks and painted them using acrylic paint and Faber-Castell Brush Pens. For one of the rocks I used gears, pebbles, tubes and a few other items. I also created a little back story for my pet rocks which I included in the journal.
Favorite painting from your Favorite artist. Have the other create an inspired painting, drawing etc based on it.
- Ruth’s Favorite Artist is Joseph Stella. Favorite painting Brooklyn Bridge – Night View.
I had a really hard time with this one. I wanted to do this one using a bridge from her hometown or atleast her state but none of the bridges “called to me” so I decided to use the Benjamin Franklin Bridge from Philadelphia. I created this prompt with watercolor crayons, Sakura Micron Pens, Sharpies and Uniball Signo White Gel Pen.
If you could meet 3 people living or dead who would they be?
Page was created with watercolor crayons, Sakura Micron and Identi-Pens. I hand drew my three people.
Create a Doodle and Hide these Five Items within the Doodle – Cat, Worm, Mouse, Dice and Key
I created this on the front and back of a folded watercolor paper using a Sakura Micron Pen. I hid the items along with several others in a garden-like scene.
I had a hard time doing blackout from pages from novels but when I switched to poetry I had a much easier time. I decided instead of just blacking out I would draw and doodle using Sharpie Brush markers and Sakura Pigma pens.
A Brief Look into Your Bucket List
I used watercolor crayons, Sakura Micron Pens, sharpies and washi tape to create this page.
Create some Graffiti
I created this page with Sharpie Brush Markers. The brick background was created using the Crafter’s Workshop template “Bricks”.