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Every week in 2017, you will receive a new prompt card from Effy Wild. Designed to jump start your next art journal spread, these cards are printable for your future use as well, so you can expect to collect 52 cards by the end of the year! Each card comes with a word, definition, synonyms, art prompt, and ‘oracle prompt’. You can copy/paste this information for your own records, and use it & the card in meditation, or in written or art journaling as you see fit!
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Early Bird Ends July 1st! (That’s in two days, y’all!)
Ever After starts on July 1st. Are you ready to explore style development and fairy tales all in one fell swoop? I’ll be working with the Baba Yaga in a ‘two for one’ exploration of wisdom & resilience. Blind contour painting will feature strongly along with a more composed portrait. Come on over and check it out!
If you’re looking for something fun to do this summer, may I suggest Art Journal Summer School? It starts July 1st, and you will love all of the little projects that are going to be presented!
Check out this super cute intro video!
ONWARD TO WEEK #26
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“This week I’m working with the prompt “word” from Effy Wild’s Journal52 <linked to http://journal52.com>. You can find the prompt and art card here. <permalink to the post for that week.>.
Please don’t lift the cards or written prompts from my website to share in your own spaces. Direct folks to the original post at journal52.com so they can find it themselves.
Feel free to copy/paste this information for your own records:
Having the taste of sugar or similar substances. Pleasing to the senses. Having a pleasing disposition; lovable, kind. gracious.
Sugary, honeyed, candied, luscious, dulcet, lush.
Explore your feelings about the word ‘sweetness’ or ‘sweet’ in your journal. Invoke the sweetness of first love, summer nights, early life, etc.
Where is sweetness available to you in your present life? Do you welcome it? Mistrust it? How can you bring more sweetness in? What is sweet within you?