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Art Journal Page Examples

I know that art journal pages are supposed to be from the heart, and what’s inside, but sometimes "happy accidents" happen and the pages turn out quite pleasing!  I don’t mean to put pressure on any one to make their art journal pages pretty, but thought we’d share with you some delightful pages to inspire!

Dede Warren made the art journal page spread shown at left.  You can find more of her work here on her blog.

Suzan Buckner made the beautiful page shown here.

This one by Laura Pace is in celebration of her being brain tumour free for 10 years.

Lilia Meredith makes some beautiful art journal pages as well.  Check out a recent one here.

A page from Amber Gibbs‘ art journal is shown at right.  You can see more of her current pages here.

Here is a good shot of the process of making an art journal. Kristen Brassard shows herself outside working on her art journal.  You can see her pages here.

The art journal page shown at left is by CrimsonCat.  More of her work can be seen here.

Love Elise Blaha‘s journal pages as well.  One photo is shown at right.  You can see more here.

Donna Downey has art journal pages here.

Ali Edwards shows pages from her art journal in a folder here.

There are so many more inspiring journal pages, that we’ll have to link you up in another post sometime!

One Comment

  1. jennipher
    Posted 3 years, 11 months ago | Permalink

    hello i am trying to start my art journal and oddly enough i am stuck i guess i want it to look amazing and everthing i do i end up hating. can you help me out is ther a certain format that you go by and if so can you please send me an email tellingme how you start and how do you know how amazing it will turn out.. i appreciate your time.. thaks so much..

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