"Holy Spirit, think through me till your ideas are my ideas." ~Amy Carmichael

" Holy Spirit, think through me till your ideas are my ideas.”

~ Amy Carmichael

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

All of "An A to Z of Me" Moleskine Journal Pages

I received a question about pens bleeding through the moleskine pages. I found that many pens, especially colored, bleed through. There are likely many that don't, but the pens I'm using on these pages that have very little bleed through are Pitt Faber Castell "S" superfine size tip and Prismacolor colored pencils. Here are my pages A to Z from the A to Z of Me Journal Challenge:








17 comments:

  1. This is amazing. I love seeing it all come together. It is inspiring to see how much you create- I need to carve out the time to more art instead of letting other things take priority. Thanks for posting your beautiful work.

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  2. This is soooo gorgeous. Thank you for sharing it with the world.

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous and very meaningful. Thank you for sharing your art and your heart. Linda E.

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  4. gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!!! How lovely to see all the pages together. What an amazing testimony and awesome piece of art. I so hope you'll have it published!

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  5. Amazingly beautiful Valerie!!! You are such a testimony to me!! I always draw from your creativity with God's word when I need tools of ministry. Your expression expresses His love for us!! Thanks a peek at this fabulous journal and expression of God in YOU!!

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  6. You've created an incredibly beautiful testimony of your faith, Val, a treasure chest of art for your family and an example for friends and followers. Like Theresa, I hope you publish.

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  7. Your work is lovely; thank you for sharing your God given talent.

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  8. Your faith and your work are both beautiful. I can only say wow!

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  9. You journal is absolutely awesome. You do beautiful work. I have to get back to mine. I got stuck at E and then ended up in the hospital. I really want to get it completed eventually.

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  10. This is so, so beautiful! What a creative idea! Can I as how long it took you to create these magnificent pages?
    I am inspired!!

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    1. Patricia, you can ask, but I'm glad I didn't ask myself and keep track of the time. It took me quite awhile, some pages longer than others.

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  11. Your artwork is so incredibly inspiring - I could sit and look at it all day :)

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  12. I've been getting email updates for your blog for awhile and I absolutely love seeing everything you do. I can't remember how I got here to begin with but I'm so glad I did!!! God Bless You!!!

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  13. WOW WEE! Your illustrated journal is amazing. I am so glad I found this as an amazing source of inspiration for the journal I am creating with my art students. Thank you for using GOd's Gifts for His purpose and Creating for you Creator. I love what you said at the top of you blog," Holy Spirit, think through me till your ideas are my ideas.”
    WOnderfully Amazed,
    Tabitha Seaton
    http://thelostsocklife.blogspot.com/

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  14. these pages are absolute works of art....beauty times 26 :)
    i am wondering what you use to colour the art?

    blessings,
    Cynthia♥

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