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    « Life is a Rainbow | Main | Art Journal: Swirlie Rev 1.1 »
    Thursday
    May272010

    Art Journal: Tea Party Rev 1.1

    "A book reads the better which is our own, and has been so long known to us, that we know the topography of its blots, and dog's ears, and can trace the dirt in it to having read it at tea with buttered muffins."
    ~Charles Lamb

    18x24" strathmore watercolor paper, ephemera, golden heavy bodied acrylics, paint roller

    So big. So fun. First layer was simply lime acrylic paint; the next layer was collage. Somewhere, there will be journaling. Or maybe in the little tea bag pocket I attached!

    A note about brayers. For this project I used disposable mini paint rollers from Home Depot. It's technically not a brayer, but it does roll around. It's fuzzy so it absorbs paint and so if you want to create grunge ffects with a semi-dry brayer, it's not feasible. The handles are cheap plastic, so they would not take force. I will stick with Speedball Soft Rubber Brayers; I have 3 of the 2" brayers, so that I can work in multiple colors at once. When I had just one, I washed quickly w/dish soap, easy peasy, then switched colors.

    At Zen Habits, The #1 Habit of Highly Creative People (via Twitter).

    Find more pages from this biggie journal @ Summer Winds + Watermelon + Swirlie.

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    Reader Comments (2)

    I'd love to see some journaling on these!! That's just me!! Also, wonderful article at Zen Habits that you linked to.
    Thank you :D

    05.27.2010 | Unregistered CommenterEden

    i couldn't agree more with the #1 habit of creative people - but with little kids around, it remains a dream. maybe i'll realize that habit in 20 years or so!

    05.28.2010 | Unregistered Commenteraimee

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