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Julie Balzer shares: Five different ideas for mucking up your art journal and getting rid of those scary white pages! FAB - well worth having a look to learn!

Balzer Designs: Art Journal Every Day: No More Blank Pages

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for a minute there i lost myself #ski #mountains #snowboarding

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We Lived Happily Ever After: Transfer your Writing, Drawings & Doodles into Chalkboard Graphics & Printables Using Photoshop! Yes make Chalkboard labels with this Howto :)

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isabelle boinot's japan sketchbooks

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I just love sketchbooks !

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Fiber Art Options: Join me in The Sketchbook Challenge

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Turbine: Sketchbook Project 2011 - 4

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More pages from my contribution to The Sketchbook Project. My theme is "make mine a double."  I have about 5 double spreads left to do, plus the front and back inside cover. The pages continue to take a beating. The paper is thinner than what I usually use so I'm constantly reminding myself  to take it easy.  Sometimes this work.  Other times I'll accidentally tear an edge or let some ink bleed through to the other side.  I shake those moments off and plow ahead. Other posts about this project: Sketchbook Project 2011 - 6 Sketchbook Project 2011 - 5 Sketchbook Project 2011 - 3 Sketchbook Project 2011 - 2 Sketchbook Project 2011 - 1

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Turbine: Sketchbook Project 2011 - 4

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More pages from my contribution to The Sketchbook Project. My theme is "make mine a double."  I have about 5 double spreads left to do, plus the front and back inside cover. The pages continue to take a beating. The paper is thinner than what I usually use so I'm constantly reminding myself  to take it easy.  Sometimes this work.  Other times I'll accidentally tear an edge or let some ink bleed through to the other side.  I shake those moments off and plow ahead. Other posts about this project: Sketchbook Project 2011 - 6 Sketchbook Project 2011 - 5 Sketchbook Project 2011 - 3 Sketchbook Project 2011 - 2 Sketchbook Project 2011 - 1

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All sizes | Daniel Smith Watercolours | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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Four Oh Four

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Sketchbook Assignments - Mr. little's art room

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Christian Montone Christmas Tree Sketchbook Page 2010 G by Christian Montone, via Flickr

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Lettering Sketchbook: Linzie Hunter, Illustration & Hand Lettering

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