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Welcome to Life Documented 2018 (28th July) Week 30 with Louise Mairs

Theme - Travel Prompt - Journey  Techniques – Layering and stencilling 
Quote - ‘Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail’ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Hi! Louise here and it’s lovely to be back again! I hope you have as much fun with this challenge as I did! This month’s theme is travel – which I love to do- the focus being ‘journey.

I added a bird in flight, some airmail symbols and finally, the quote. I hope you enjoy this week’s challenge – have fun - and I look forward to seeing all your journeys! 

Lots of love, Louise xx

Welcome to Life Documented 2018 (21st July) Week 29 with Sasha Zeen

Theme: Travel
Prompt: Use your own photographs Technique: Creating a multidimensional page using layering and ephemera Quote: “Why do you go away? So that you can come back. So that you can see the place you came from with new eyes and extra colors. And the people there see you differently, too. Coming back to where you started is not the same as never leaving.” Terry Pratchett
Hello, everybody! My name is Sasha, I am an art journaler and memory keeper from Ukraine. This is my first time sharing a tutorial on Life Documented, so I am truly grateful and excited to be here. Summer is in full swing here, and what could be the most perfect time to travel. Right? Wait, here me out on this one – “travel” doesn’t have to mean going to some exotic location, snapping a selfie on top of the Eiffel Tower, dipping your toes into the ocean or backpacking through the Amazon. Although all these things would be really nice to experience, I think we put way too much pressure on ourselves to live up to thos…

Welcome to Life Documented 2018 (14th July) Week 28 with Shelley Rydellie

Theme: Travel Prompt: Create a whimsical scene for your journaling Technique: Mixed Media Collage Quote: Follow Your Soul. It knows the way.
Hi everyone! Shelley Rydellie here; and I’m super excited to be bringing today’s challenge to you!
When I heard that “travel” was the theme for this month, it made me think of the kind of traveling we are all doing all the time: Traveling thru Life!
One of my favorite things to do in my journal is to create whimsical scenes, by combining paint and patterned papers with magazine (or other found) images. I will walk you thru the process I followed to create my page; but please know that you can follow this process to create any scene you want.  It doesn’t have to look like mine.
Look for an image that represents the idea you want to get across.  Magazines are a great resource for this.  There are also websites where you can get copyright-free images.  I like to use one called Unsplash. Here’s a link, in case you would like to try it too.  htt…