About this Course
Have you ever longed for a a magic genie lamp that you could tap into whenever you desired support and guidance?
I’ll show you easy (and fun!) it is to use your art journal as your own Aladdin’s Lamp.
You’ll make a stunning handmade journal to treasure from start to finish – using uncommon techniques. No book binding or sewing or measuring required! No way!
You’ll learn how to work fast, spontaneous, and freely, because that’s how the muse within likes to hang out.
This course is big on ease and acceptance, which helps keep the inner critic down to a dull roar while we create something beautiful out of something difficult that is challenging us.
We’ll play with simple art supplies and techniques that anyone can use – even if you think you can’t draw, write…or receive guidance.
Bring your most vexing issue to to this workshop – whether it’s constant migraine headaches, fear of facing the blank page, or a difficult decision regarding a relationship or work. There is no problem too large or longstanding.
You’ll love how the insight begins flowing auto-magically inside your pages — and into your life.
Your wish…is your command…with Aladdin’s Magic Art Journal: Receiving Wisdom From Your Guides.
About the instructor
Her first book, The Creative Entrepreneur: A DIY Guidebook to Making Business Ideas Real (Quarry, 2008) launched a movement that has helped thousands to live their creative dreams.
Lisa's warm and generous teaching style draws from her experience as a lifelong working artist, art therapist, and creativity and business coach.
You will need:
Start the journey by gathering your supplies, and thinking about what problem or challenge you need the most help with right now.
- a large piece of paper, at least 20 x 30 inches.
- Glue Stick
- Expired gift or credit card.
- Craft paint
- Crayons, markers and/or colored pencils
- Tissue or thin papers
- 8.5 x 11 paper
- Decorative paper
- Paper / Collage Ephemera
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