Four months into my daily art journal entries, and after looking at my April art journal I’ve noticed that my content has evolved. There’s less journaling and more of plain doodling.
I found that I could only write that I took my children to lessons or worked on the blog or had movie night so many times. After that it got really redundant…
Don’t get me wrong. I still add the journaling when there’s something of interest to include. But otherwise its flowers, and hearts, and just simple doodling.
Either way, I still find it a rewarding way to connect to my creativity. I will always love the experience of putting pen on paper.
I do, however, need to go buy some different journals. I’ve tried mixed media paper and bristol paper, but they just don’t take the watercolor the way I’d like. That’s alright. I love an excuse to go to the art store, don’t you?
Here’s a peak at some of those doodles.
You can see the evolution of my art journal entries at pen and paper.