Sunday, June 30, 2013

Weekly Sketch Book Journal

 Here is the begining of a new week. I created this back ground with acrylic spray paints. Its hard to see in the photo but the texture is bubbly and has a bit of a shine.


I created the areas for the days of the week with vintage papers I found at a flea market. This was someone's short story. I love giving new life to items that might never be used or tossed out. Everytime I use these pages I think of the original author. There work is still being appreciated, even if is not in the original way they may have intended.

Now I've added some dates and a bit of doodling.
We will see how this progresses this week.



 
This week I spent more time on my story pages than on my daily pages. I had fun choosing a word to focus on in the day then choosing some supporting words that summed up that day.


 
This was a quote came across this week that totally resonated with where I am right now.


“Everything changes when you start to emit your own frequency rather than absorbing the frequencies around you, when you start imprinting your intent on the universe rather than receiving an imprint from existence.”

― Barbara Marciniak





 This page came out of me wanting to use this face I cut out from a magazine a while back. It has been on my mood board for a year. This week the image just called to me. I watched Oprah's Super Soul Sunday today and India Arie was being interviewed.  India shared the one bit of advice Dr. Maya Angelou shared with her..."Be Your Truth". Embody your truth. Listen to your inner voice. Center yourself in what you know for sure. Wise words in the face of all that is happening in the world right now.

2 comments:

  1. wonderful, Julie. :-) I like the open circles with the handwriting. I also like that you mention the original author of those bits of paper. There is something very imaginative and peaceful about exploring those stories during the creative process.

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    1. Thanks I have had those pages for a few years and I've never used them until now. I've read some of the pages and this person was really amazing. He was a lawyer but also someone who played music with the SF symphony. He wrote plays and music. I love that his work can live on through my journals and be shared with others on this blog.

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