Thursday, September 5, 2013

Travel Journaling, a Journey To The Southwest

Hello Friend,
I started a number of years ago to keep small journals of my trips and outings. At first I would  write down all the little things that I had done during the day. My first thought was , that is fine, but  really boring. I then started to look into ways to add a little extra into my journals. The obvious answer for me was to incorporate my art work. Problem solved! I just lugged around all my oils as I traveled from place to place. Ok, I hear you already, my kids lugged around all my oils and stuff. Adding paintings and photographs helped, but it just was'nt convenient. Fast forward to my upcoming Journey. I have been Introduced to the world of watercolor journaling. I find this to be easy and fun. You have to understand that watercolors are not a medium I am use to working in , but this summer has been fun. I have spent a few weeks becoming comfortable with this whole process. As I have worked with them,I have realized that the process of journaling doesn't require you to be an expert. The whole idea is to have fun on your Journey.

                                      Hardboard Watercolor Journal

This is one of the journals I have used this summer. I like that it is hard bound and that the paper is cut for a landscape. It is light weight, which makes it easy to carry around. I enjoyed working with it so much that in preparation for  my Journey to the Southwest I am giving away this journal. All you have to do is go to my Facebook Page; Art By S'anna and register. 

While your on my page go ahead and Join My List. so you  will receive all my 
upcoming specials from our Journey to the Southwest.

If you have a friend who needs some FUN in their lives, share this post and
 encourage them to have a  great time playing in the watercolors and traveling 
along with us to the Southwest---after all everybody needs a little fun.

Thank you for letting me visit you today, we're only 24 hours away from the beginning 
of our journey.

Suzzanna Frank

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