Wow - last page in this Moleskine. Well, I have 2 pages that aren't finished, but after torturing them and myself, I decided I was done with this journal. Two or three unfinished pages in an ENTIRE journal shouldn't prevent me from moving on if I need to. And I need to. I plan to take photos of the finished journal, bulging with color soon. Whenever I can find time.
Amano Books is featuring some of my journal pages on their blog. Bridgette, the owner of Amano Books, has a lot of great ideas in the blog, so check it out. And it's an honor to be featured. I try to journal only for myself now. Something for me, something for my daughter to look at, to enjoy. I put aside the desire to be published, to be known for my journals. Aside from this blog and a few art sites, I don't put them out there. So I am always happy when other people enjoy my art journals.
Speaking of my daughter and art journals, she LOVES to look at my art journal. And she also loves to try to tear things out of it. She ripped off some photos of her and me when she was just a tiny newborn. I glued them back in, but they are very "distressed" now. Hehe.