Cocoa Daisy June

Yey! I finally got a Cocoa Daisy kit! This is a planning/scrapbook/creative kit from the U.S. although the company ships to multiple locations (please check the website for this). The kit itself is absolutely beautiful, the quality is worth the price and the designs are flawless. If you look at the bottom of this post you …

Create Your Life Book – Tamara Laporte

Hello! I’m so excited to tell you about a book I’ve been reading and practising recently. It’s called ‘Create Your Life Book’ by Tamara Laporte. So what is it? I came across it when I was searching for creative books on Kindle. I tend to download samples and see if it sparks my imagination. This …

All the colours of the Rainbow

Hello! I’m a little late posting this but I’ve been working with Anna Brim’s Patreon artwork from April. I loved this selection of work because it’s so colourful! I decided to order the April Brimbles box and have included a few bits from there with my pages. In the first spread I’ve experimented with colour. …

April Catch Up

Hello! How is it almost the end of April? I constantly find myself looking over the amount of stuff I want to do vs the amount of stuff I’ve actually achieved. I had a bit of a wobble earlier this month as I was getting fed up with feeling like I had so many unaccomplished …

Bloom

This month on the Dream, Create, Journal blog we’ve been working with the word ‘Bloom’. The lovely Jo at Little Rainbow Moon created a custom kit for us! I was absolutely delighted when I found out as I’ve followed Jo’s work right from the very start. The kit had a floral spring design with uplifting …

Galaxy Painting

Using the tutorial by Anna on her Patreon, I had a go at the Galaxy Painting using the layered watercolour wet media technique. I chose to work with a mixture of purples and blues. I started off making sure my pages were completely wet and gently placed the brush in random spots. The wetness allowed …

My Scrapbook Storage

I recently wrote a post about my creative journals, a journey that started in 2015 and is still going strong today. With a creative journal, especially if there’s an element of scrapbooking, you collect a lot of stuff. Paints, pencils, pens, papers, paper die cuts, buttons, wooden die cuts, cork die cuts, stamps, journal cards, …

My Creative Journals

I started my planner, crafting, scrapbook, creative journal, whatever you want to call it, process in the Summer of 2015. I had always been interested in creating in a crafty book but it was more of an art journal path with paints, the odd bit of paper and maybe a bit of latex if I …

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