Saturday, November 1, 2014

Autumn Art Journal from Start to Finish

After creating my summer art journal following Pam Carriker's journal-making directions from "Art at the Speed of Life," I knew this was a path along my art journaling journey that I would visit time and time again.

While the dog days of summer waned, I headed outside with my gathered supplies and added color and design elements to sheets of 90 lb. watercolor paper.

I folded, scored, stitched and tore the paper until I had a wonderful 6"x 6" journal.

I kept with a color scheme reminiscent of those that surround us in rural New Hampshire at this time of year. As I created in this journal at my art desk, I need only look out the window to feel inspired by the color-rich woods that surround my home.

Lastly, some cover art & beads and the autumn art journal is complete.

Now if I could just create a winter art journal without all of the accompanying snow & cold. Sigh.

© Nancy Lefko


Donna Lee said...

Great work!

Angelene Flowers said...

My first visit to your blog! I love your autumn journal. Thank you for sharing your masterboard to book process. Can't wait to make one, too. I'll be back. :) I will also fave you on etsy and like your FB page.

Seth said...

This is stunning Nancy. The colors are soon perfect for this time of year!

Indigene Theresa said...

Hello Nancy! It's been a while, but I see your creativity is as amazing as ever! Your Autumn Book is gorgeous ��