Welcome to Week 20. This week is all about HONESTY.
I was always taught that ‘Honesty is the best policy’ and I try to install this into my own children. Sometimes they can be brutally honest, but I appreciate their honesty none the less.
How are you going to put HONESTY into your journal pages this week?
For an extra challenge this week. I want you to use a product or a colour that you rarely use. Maybe it’s a colour that you don’t like or a product that you’ve had for ages, but never got around to using. Be honest. Choose your least favourite supply. The one that is collecting dust on the shelf or tucked away at the back of a draw. See if you can create with this product or colour until you come up with something you like. Even if you have to add some of your favourite supplies with it. Get it out and use it.
Experiment with it. Play with it. Try using it in different ways or with different colours. Don’t let you least favourite art supply or colour go to waste.
For those of you who would like daily or alternative prompts, I have prepared a Daily Journal Prompt List. You can find it in the Facebook Group under Files.
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Week 20 Challenge Prize:
I will draw a random name on Friday 26th May from those who have uploaded into the Week 20 folder by that date. So you have two weeks to complete the challenge.
Entry is open to everyone who participates, no matter where in the world you are. It’s not a game of skill, you won’t be judged on your artwork. It will be a random draw.
Week 18 Prize Draw:
Today’s lucky winner is Di Wilde Beautiful work Di. What a BEE-utiful page. Congratulations.
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