Tag Archives: journaling as therapy
There is only one hope for our country right now and that is the hope we have in Jesus. His love is the only power strong enough to make a difference. “I give you a new commandment: Love each other. … Continue reading
After Solomon became king God appeared to him in a dream and offered him anything he wanted. Solomon asked for an understanding heart, for discernment and wisdom in order to be the best king he could be. God granted him … Continue reading
Bad things that happen in our lives can leave an ugly stain on our hearts. If we let it that stain can negatively affect our lives. On the other hand if we let God fix it he will make that … Continue reading
Mono printing, stamping, stenciling staining, etc. is so fun that it can be addictive. So then you end up with a huge stack of lovely papers. What can you do them? You can give or trade your excess papers to … Continue reading
These pages are from my Book 22, which is a junk journal or collage book. I started with “ugly” scrapbook paper, my own art that was ugly and other random papers. The page on the left is the back of … Continue reading
Have you ever said that you can’t make art because you can’t draw? My answer to you: “Have you ever seen a painting by Pablo Picasso, Mark Rothko, or Jackson Pollock? You do not need to draw to be … Continue reading
This project took a lot more time than I had expected. I even removed some of the pages when I re-bound it.