Lifebook week 23 lesson by Tamara Laporte:
Lifebook week 24 lesson by Jane Davenport:
Binding my Lifebook lessons:
It is so much work if you have to do that at the end of the year
So I thought I start early and then I can also take it with me at the Lifebook NL meeting
I am using the same technique I used for last year, which is my adapted version of the 2012 book I think.
Taking scrappaper to make strips and then glueing to pages together with the strip and putting them in large binder rings
Lifebook 2014 week 25 lesson by Effy Wild:
I started at the first layer of Effy Wild's lesson with a collage of scraps. So took out a lot of paper scraps from two drawers full of them.
She is doing this lesson with 7 layers of no more than 15 minutes a day, how cool is that
Nobody can say there is no time for art, because you will have a layered art work each week with only 15 minutes a day.
Here are the steps of this lesson in pictures.
Lifebook 2014 week 26 lesson by Kate Thompson:
This weeks drawing lesson made me end up with a page of my chaotic head.
Lifebook 2014 week 28 lesson by Tamare Laporte:
The sacred inner eye.
Lifebook 2014 week 29 lesson by Marieke Blokland:
Lifebook 2014 week 30 lesson by Carissa Page:
Yeah yesterday on my free day I finally had some time and energy to work on Lifebook pages. Had a few background already lying around and finished those and worked on a total new page also. For this lesson I had great fun with plastic transfers.
Lifebook 2014 week 31 lesson by Mika Diaz:
Really need some peace so incorporated that word in this not so very peaceful page
Lifebook 2014 week 32 lesson by Micki Wilde:
Lifebook 2014 week 33 lesson by Finnabair:
Lifebook 2014 week 34 lesson by Catt Geller:
Made a little smashbook and a page with cosmic play
Lifebook 2014 week 34 bonus lesson by Tamara Laporte:
Lifebook 2014 week 36 lesson by Tamara Laporte:
This lesson was all about using your intuition. After looking at the introduction video I decided to make a page without looking at her lesson first. Started with something I have this huge pile of paper towels with dylusions ink. I save them after blotting and have a drawer full of them right now. Make them quicker than I use them.
Glued some green and blue colored paper towels to the page with an iridescent medium and added collage paper scraps and a torn painted babywipe and some acrylic paint.
Added more acrylic paint and played with some gelato's. I decided to leave it this dreamy and not make any thick lines.
Lifebook 2014 week 37 lesson by Carissa Page:
The rest of these lessons will be in another blogpost, part 4, coming soon.