Tag Archives: words

Warm Ups | the tabbed index dividers series

Last in the row of posts about index cards this year, I’m sharing the few index dividers I made first, before the real action in June got going: the “starters”, the warm ups, the fearful first experiments – but maybe, … Continue reading

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The Writing Landscape

I can get lost even when I have a map in hand, because I have no sense of direction. But maps fascinate me, and I’ve used a lot of vintage maps in my art. I especially like the metaphor of … Continue reading

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Words about iHanna

I am a lot of things. There are many words that describe me, who I am, what I do, and what I’m into right now. Here are a few of them, in no particular order. I am… Related PostsA Good … Continue reading

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A Personal Abecedarium of iHanna – part 2

It doesn’t really matter what you make, it matters what you are thinking. And how one thought changes another. And noticing that. And making a whole out of it. A Oneness again. Jude Hill My personal abecedarium (or abecedary) continues … Continue reading

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DIY Painted Postcards

Don’t look now if you’re in the swap and want suprises in your mail box – but I can not wait to share more of my postcards! I looove these DIY Postcards, made in the same way as the blue … Continue reading

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Feeling bodacious + giveaway

Do you want to know a secret? I wrote my last post on authenticity a few weeks ago, and since then I have hesitated on posting it quite a bit! I was even considering deleting it, because it doesn’t really … Continue reading

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How to use Text Elements as backdrops for collage

This is part II of III on how to use text in different ways in your art journal. In post I (of III) I was looking at how you can add hand written journaling to a visual page, emphasizing how … Continue reading

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My word this year is a powerful thing

A single word can be a powerful thing. It can be the ripple in the pond that changes everything. It can be sharp and biting or rich and soft and slow. From my own personal experience, it can be a … Continue reading

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Typography does not cloud my day

From the Atom-feed of my blog in August 2008. I saw links to wordle.net quite a few times on different blogs before I took the time to click on over and try it. Oh my gosh, I was hooked when … Continue reading

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Widen your horizon with new words

I love new words because often they reveal something that you are not aware of. The knowledge of a new word will widen you horizon and give you a better understanding of the world. Maybe you’ll notice something that you … Continue reading

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