Art Journal Peek: Some Christmas Pages

My December Journal is bound into a thick and wonderfully merry book, but as life goes, I haven’t worked in it much. I’ve been journaling in my regular diary, and even kept a list of three things I’m grateful for for most of the days in December, and with all that I haven’t give the December Journal as much attention as I had planned…

December Journal: Welcome page

The poor December Journal has lots of blank spaces for journaling and playing – but they’ll be there later too. Anyway, today I thought I’d share the few pages I have worked on. I’ll then leave the rest until another December, perhaps the one next year (2015 coming up soon). We’ll see how I feel about it then.

One dark Swedish afternoon, I did some “coloring in”, while sipping my coffee.

December Journal coloring in

Then I had to play with some cut and paste as I have lots of overflowing Christmas ephemera that needed a place to live:

December Journal: tis' & that

December Journal: Collage and handwriting

December Journal: Hello Ice Skater Kitty

December Journal: Merry Grumpy Cat

Printed a favorite Grumpy the Cat image, found via Pinterest sometime last year, and added it in there.

December Journal: Photo Christmas Card from Maria
Special (tiny) Christmas cards of personal photos gets their own space of course.

Maybe I’ll make another page later today that resembles this years gift tags?

God jul // Merry Christmas to all of you from me!

I hope your Christmas was as cozy as mine. Be well until next time,

xoxo
/Hanna

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4 Responses to Art Journal Peek: Some Christmas Pages

  1. Debi says:

    Hanna, I love your pages you’ve shared! I especially love the ones that have the foreign writing on them [of course, it’s only foreign to me, not to you. ha! ha!] Can’t read the words but love looking at the foreign words. : )

    • iHanna says:

      Haha thanks Debi, Swedish is not foreign at all! ;-) But I agree, text you can’t read can be really beautiful to look at. I use what I have on my desk, so sometimes I cut mostly from English magazines and sometimes I only use Swedish words, it depends on what it’s about and what I have at hand.

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