Nostalgic Musings: an art journaling e-course

I’ve started my very first art journaling e-course, Nostalgic Musings, hosted by Hope Karney Wallace of Paper Relics. I’ve been admiring her work for weeks and almost signed up for her most recent course, a collaboration with Kari Ramstrom called Winter Stories, which was ten dollars more but also live. (Nostalgic Musings ran last spring but all the materials are available, the private Flickr group is still active, and of course Hope is still around to answer questions.) My husband suggested since this was my first time through to go for the self-paced, less expensive course, which is also a more general art journaling class. Either way, I’m excited. I’ve been wanting to jump into art journaling for a while now – more than just writing in my diary or ¬†gluebooking or doodling in a notebook, but actual art journaling – and I think this will be an excellent way to get my feet wet.

Care to join me?

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