get messy: an art journal challenge | 06

Get Messy | be brave | momentstolivefor.com

Hey there. Time to show you some new pages from my art journal. Since my week was really busy, I hadn’t any time to create some new pages. So here are four from my very first art journal – inspired by the first art journal Ecourse “Art journal all year” by A Beautiful Mess.

Loved the challenge to create my own pattern with geometric shapes out of scraps of paper. For the ‘brave’ challenge I chose a map of the Arctic as background, because I thought about the first brave men and their expeditions to the unknown North.

Get Messy | Ordnung | momentstolivefor.com

Get Messy | be brave | momentstolivefor.com

Get Messy | to do | momentstolivefor.com

Get Messy | music in my head | momentstolivefor.com

Get Messy | to do | momentstolivefor.com

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4 Comments

  1. Caylee
    26/06/2014

    That BRAVE page? Yes. Am so loving maps, and need to start using them in my art journal. I saw Lauren used a map and that was my fave page too.

    Ordnung is such a GREAT word. In English it’s not quite as strong as the German word. I loved that part of Germans, in Africa it’s pretty much chaos.

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  2. Sophie
    26/06/2014

    Ich finde die Idee mit der Karte echt toll. Und auch wie Caylee und Lauren werden ich das wohl auch mal ausprobieren müssen 😀
    Sehr schön! xx

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  3. Kellie Winnell
    27/06/2014

    LOVE this! TRIANGLES, love triangles and love what you done with them all and using a mapm as well, just awesome!

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  4. andrea
    27/06/2014

    great pages! Really love those first two pages. “Ordnung” is for sure soooo important 🙂

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