Beat the Heat

Ah summertime. It’s going to hit 97 today so we are off to the lake. I just wanted to share a couple of the journal pages I finished while on my trip. I have to say I’m amazed at what you can do in a Moleskine journal. The pages hold up really well to paint if you don’t use too much. Gesso works great on them also. I took limited tools with me and had already added some paint and collage elements, even a little stamping to the background.
Have a wonderful day, stay cool and don’t forget to do a little bit of art everyday~

11 responses

  1. Wow. Lovely! Next to your profile pic, the light haired one looks like it could be a self-portrait. Take Care,Casey

  2. I love the moleskines. I just got the new huge watercolor moleskine. I think it's 11 x 16. It's beyond words wonderful. I just started a brand-new blog and I posted one of my journal pages. Please take a look if you get a chance.

  3. These are just wonderful..I've been so busy making ATCs for trading I've neglected working in my journal….and painting on canvas too. Not for long tho…Hope you had a great time at the lake..we have a little beach near by and will get the grandchildren together for a trip there next week!!!Blessings!!!

  4. Really beautiful and very elegant! What kind of Moleskine journal do you use that it holds up so well? Gorgeous! 🙂 Silke

  5. your pages are wonderful, as always. love what you journaled…it is so true…sometimes we just have to let go and let god.

  6. So pretty with a gorgeous soft, renaissance "feel" to these pages. Beautiful! Hope you're having fun at the lake. Hugs, Terri

  7. gorgeous portraits! I like that there is so much going on in each page, so much depth.have fun at the lake Pam!

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