40 Mix & Match Art Journaling Prompts
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There is something I need to admit. It’s been a really LONG time since I’ve paid any attention to my art journals. Like, months. Which for any avid art journaling human is a very long time. I have been creative, don’t get me wrong, it’s just been in other areas. Like home decor DIY stuff, or this massive fast food still life painting So, when it’s been a while since I’ve art journaled, I find that art journaling prompts really come in handy. They are a springboard to get my creativity flowing and help me get the motions going. I actually got started art journaling with Get Messy Art, and there was a weekly set of art journaling prompts to work with. Prompts are a fantastic place to start if you’re new to art journaling, or are just needing some inspiration to strike.
The best part about these mix & match art journaling prompts is that there are literally hundreds of combinations. Which gives you the potential for so many ideas and pages to create! There can be so many directions to take your pages and you just never know where you’ll end up. Just pick a prompt from each column to create a new interesting art journaling prompt. Moonlit sorrow? Sweet Nostalgia? Smells Like Joy? Starry Left Hand? Where will these vague yet inspiring prompts take you? You won’t know until you get that brush to paper and start creating NOW! Save this graphic on your phone to have on hand when you need some ideas!
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Free Summer Art Journaling Prompts – Fox + Hazel
October 3, 2021 at 8:14 pm
[…] Documenting your memories through art journaling might seem unusual, but it can be a great way capture the feelings, smells, sounds and ambiance of a day. Writing and photos can capture a lot, but paint, marks, splatters, doodles can augment that documentation. So many of my art journal pages are like a time capsule. When I see the page, I’m reminded of what was happening that day or the feelings I had. I love making art journal pages like these, and also ones that incorporate photos and journaling to go with. This can also be a great way to get kids documenting their lives too! I’ve been helping my preschoolers start their own art journals about our summer and it’s been a lot of fun making those memories together too 🙂 You can find even more art journaling prompts in this post: 40 Mix + Match Art Journaling Prompts. […]