All art requires courage. (Anne Tucker)
Journal Prompt

For this next prompt, I encourage you to actually look at your face in a mirror. Look yourself in the eye, if you will. The book of Genesis tells us that we are created in the image of God. What do you see when you look at the image reflected back to you?

When I look in the mirror, I see...

After you finish this prompt, reread what you wrote and finish these sentences:

I noticed...

I am surprised by...


Over the next several weeks, I would like to introduce you to some of my "teachers."
I have been on this art journaling adventure for a couple years now. It takes courage and encouragement to try something you've never thought you were good at before. I have always enjoyed creative pursuits, but would not have called myself an artist.

I am an artist. And I love expressing myself in artful ways.

One of my first "tutors" was Daisy Yellow and her summer ICAD (Index Card-A-Day) challenge. She gives you permission to use index cards as your canvas.

Starting small builds up courage. And using an inexpensive "canvas" doesn't feel so risky. Click on the hyperlinks to learn more about her Art Journaling 101 and her new series Tangents and Tactics.

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My icads from June 2013 on old flashcards
 


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