Pop over to Art Journaling 101 for an introduction to art journaling. I've updated the entire post!
You do not need to be an "artist" or know how to paint or draw to make an art journal. It is easy to get started. Learn what supplies you'll need to start an art journal, including how to find collage and ephemera, art supplies, watercolor and acrylic paints, pens, adhesives, gessoes and other materials used to make art journal pages. There are also links to sites, challenges, books and journal prompts to inspire your creativity every day!
Throughout Daisy Yellow you'll find tutorials and techniques to explore once you get started.
Doing art is relaxing and joyful. It allows you to communicate emotions, explore thoughts, express thoughts and feelings with color, words and images. An art journal is free of constraints. It is whatever you want it to be. It lets you "draw outside the lines" and remove the box altogether.
The fun is in the process. Getting lost in the process. It's not about what your pages look like in the end. That's a bonus. Pop over to Art Journaling 101 for an introduction to art journaling.