Weekly Art Journal – Weeklong for March 21

And here’s another one of my weeklong pages. This one was inspired by Pam Carriker.I love her journal pages. It was also my first sepia page.

here she is — closer up:

I just added some fabric for fun. Stitched it on the page:

Since it was sepia, I decided to journal in sepia too. Here’s the left side, filled:

some details:

Right side:

some details:

And here’s the filled page:

Here’s the left page:

This is one of my favorite pages so far. I love the sepia look.

Weekly Art Journal is a weekly project for 2011. You can read more about it here. And you can find out more about the weeklong daily journaling here.

6 comments to Weekly Art Journal – Weeklong for March 21

  • Stephanie

    Gorgeous!!! I love your pages. Are you doing these pages instead of daily writing like in Stephanie Lee’s classes?

  • Ginny

    These pages are just stunning! My favorite detail is how you wrote along the hairline/side of the face. You told us in FYW that you don’t like to use brown on your SB pages, so I’m glad you can have fun with your brown goodies in your art journal! Thanks for sharing, Karen!

  • Toni

    Wow-oh-wow-oh-wow!!! This is amazing!

  • dawn

    Karen, your pages are gorgeous. I love love that you did brown, all of it looks so soft and pretty. I really would love to start one of these, but I have very limited supplies. Would this work with acrylic paints? I also don’t have stamps so what kind of writing and design could I do on my pages? The way you make all your dates different is also a favorite, where do you get those ideas and inspiration from. Thank you so much for sharing these with us. I hope you can answer those questions so it would help me get started on one. Have a wonderful day.

  • Diane Clements

    Your work is so inspiring. Always enjoy your blog.

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