This week’s Sunday inspiration was so fun. I haven’t layered a pocket and tag like this in a long time. But it was perfect for the inspiration.
How this page came together caught me by surprise. I happened to read the quote that’s on my journal page in a book I’ve read sooo many times, I’ve also read the quote probably at least 10 times…. and it didn’t stir my soul like it did this week.
So like I do, so many times, I wrote it out. I wrote about my unresolved things and I could see the page come together.
The green flowers are for the growth that happens when we work on the unresolved part of us. The softness and yet the boldness of the flower stencils (new in the shop), represent both of the things it takes to move through our “stuff”, our emotions, and get to the other side.
The handwriting and train ticket collage papers represent the time and journey that happens interally as we grow.
I even wrote myself a note. I tucked it into the pocket so that I can look back and see where I was and the work that I did.
I use!d simple supplies, and yet such deep meaning. I’ll share more about it in the video.
Supplies used: Handmade journal, Utrecht gesso, Liquitex matte gel and fluid matte medium, Gray chalk paint, Lukas cryl acrylic (beige, olive green), Blick matte acrylic (pewter, green blue deep, beige) Americana (Fawn), Arteza acrylic (olive green), Golden fluid acrylic (micacious iron oxide), stapler, Faber castel pitt pen (fine), charcoal pencil, white soft pastel, Generals charcoal pencil (ex. soft)