gouache

Easy and Minimal Gouache Bullet Journal Theme

By: Guest Blogger

Hello friends! It’s Nabaa from @whimsical.doodles on Instagram - if you don’t follow me yet, you should totally come...

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Acrylograph Pens

Allowing Space For Creative Mindfulness

By: Guest Blogger

Somewhere along the path of self-discovery and healing myself through art, I decided to begin my journey back at school at the age of 33 to become an art therapist. The first task I set out for myself on my path of self-healing was to create in untraditional ways, ways not traditionally assumed with being an artist by today’s standards. In my case it was creating non-traditional self-portraits and journaling with my Archer & Olive Blackout bullet journal. I passionately believe that everyone is an artist and that if it is the intention of the person creating the piece with the intention for it to be art, then so it is.

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2020

How To Make a Mandala Artwork In the Blackout Sketchbook

By: Guest Blogger

Hello my Lovelies! Thank you so much for visiting. This is Payal Sinha, the artist behind @thesimplyaesthetic. I just...

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Bujo Tutorial

How To: Penguin Illustration

By: Nabaa Afridi

Hello everyone! Nabaa here from @whimsical.doodles with a little penguin illustration! If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll notice...

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Archer and Olive

Adding Positive Quotes + Inspiration To Your Journal

By: Liz Gray

One thing I’ve loved adding into my bullet journal spreads lately is an illustrated or painted quote/saying. Not only...

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Archer and Olive

Painting In Your Bullet Journal

By: Bonnie Kuhl

Painting, journaling, and planning go hand in hand for me. I wanted to design a notebook that allowed you...

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