Get Messy pages

Hi there

I’ve been creating up a storm this week – I have quite a few pages up my sleeve for those weeks when life gets a bit busy. Such a good tip from our lovely Get Messy leaders.

First up this week are a couple of pages from my tiny album (as usual). Sadly this little album is almost full so I have been investigating my options for a new journal.

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The left hand page was inspired by a Pinterest link (that I can’t find right now) and by my cleaning out my kids toy cupboard. I found a Rainbow Fish puzzle that had missing pieces and decided to use it. I did get a bit hasty with my Journalling and made a mistake but decided to just run with it. I could have pulled the pieces off and started again but just decided to embrace it! Embrace imperfection was a quote I used a few weeks ago.

The second page was a spontaneous page that doesn’t actually have Journalling but I love the gold and black combo.

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Next up is a little collage of scrappy items and another dabble with brush script of sorts.

And my last page for the week involved a bit of finger painting and a cute quote – my go to style.

Hope you enjoyed my art endeavours this week. See you soon.

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Get Messy is an art journal challenge where a gang of crafty vixens are sharing art journal pages we have created to practise our skills and push past our creative limits with hopes to inspire. Go check out these amazing pages creating by some crazy talented ladies who all have a unique perspective and style:

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5 thoughts on “Get Messy pages

  1. Love that you used rainbow fish and didn’t throw him out. He’s to cute. Plus I love your journaling you did with it. Your second spread is adorable too. Finger painting is awesome. Love how that rainbow looks.

  2. I so enjoy your pages each week! I actually really like that gold/black combo. Why doesn’t it count as journaling? I really need to find myself some gold paint like that. Major #want. I wonder will you be sticking to the smaller format of journal for your next one?

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