Colorful to me, is an easy prompt. I can do almost anything and it would fit within the category of “colorful”, or flip to almost any of the pages in any given journal and it would be that; colorful. I love happy, bright colors so so very much!
If ever there was a time that life needed you to move through each moment as the colorful radiant Creative Intelligence that you are, it is now!
I am doing this project in a journal made by my friend Tammy, and together we put together a list of word prompts. You can jump in at any time to fill any tiny journal you can find around your house. Or make one. Tag us and have fun!
The “before page” of the tiny journal spread I am working on this time was already very colorful, courtesy of my friend Tammy who made this journal, but the little bit of white left I covered with a bright and happy rainbow:
And the right page, covered in a yummy smooshed kind of page, all I did was write a little “poem”:
Poetry and rainbows, I think they go together. I should name my next journal that, right? And I really love this because it feels like a collaboration spread made by me and Tammy together but apart.
I also filled the last page of my journal this week, because we’re nearing the end of the project with just two prompts left for making patterns (washi tape and polka dots), so I feel confident I will have enough pages for what’s coming up. As you can see, the watercolor paper has the outline of an owl (you can see it here in case you forgot about it), so I filled it in with watercolors to make a new owl of my own!
Also very colorful, right?
Join us and fill a tiny journal next week
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Find all the prompts here and share your page each Friday (or later down the road) with the hashtag #fillatinyjournal and when you do, dont forget to click around, admire others pages and give them a like and a comment.
Next up is the prompt “washi tape” – and if you don’t have washi (gasp!) any tape you can find at home is fine to play with. I am looking forward to seeing your pages!
More on rainbows: How to start a Rainbow Glue Book.