Day 28, Still at it!

I’ve been working in my moleskine sketchbook, testing different mediums to see what it will hold up to. The pages on the left were done using water soluble crayon and Matte Gel Medium and the ones on the right were done just with colored pencil. Both work great and none of the Pitt Pen bled through the page at all. Love the smoothness of the pages, a really lovely feel to these favored journals. I had to fuzz out a bit of the writing, but wanted to share my newest journal with you. What did you journal about today?

9 responses

  1. Every day you keep on producing journal pages that are more and more incredible. 🙂 Love the top piece,I think it’s the circle behind the face and hands that really draws one in. Lovely!

  2. Pam,I always look forward to your work, one of my favorite things is the way you incorporate the writing into the page. This is something I’ve been struggling with. As always you’ve inspired me.–Jane

  3. Wonderful pages! There is something magical about moleskines. The only problem I had with mine is that the pages were sticking together (and that doesn’t happen with the watercolor journal I am using now). Are you maybe preparing to publish a book or is it a product of my imagination? I wonder….

  4. I hav been enjoying your daily journal pages so much. I was wondering about the moleskin. It really looks good. Feeling inspired once again. Maybe I’ll finally get back to my blog and post a bit now 🙂 !

  5. Bonjour Pam ! quelle découverte que votre blog ! je suis très admirative ! bravo ! c’est un vrai plaisir de vous suivre chaque jour! Encore bravo ! continuez ! Mary

  6. Hi Pam well what can i say these pages are beautiful, as always.I love visiting your blog makes my day.Your work is so inspiring .I must get my finger out and start ….Love Lorraine x

  7. Pam, I can’t tell you how much I’ve enjoyed each and every day of this month in your journal. You have been an inspiration and am so glad I discovered your work.

All comments are read and greatly appreciated!

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