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John Dyhouse

great pictures and great journal pages. I would love to do something like this but keep telling myself I don't have the time. Must decide to make time!

Catherine Warner

What fun... never wished I lived in "Jersey" before.. but it would be great fun to be close enough to spend an afternoon at journal play...

Thanks for the blog... I'll be checking in on a regular basis...

Gotta go get me a journal..

ta ta E-talk to you again...



wowowow! your pages are awesome. I stumbled on your blog while visiting michelles blog... and didn't notice your banner until I finished reading your post: catching fireflies is a favorite shop of mine, but one I don't get to visit often enough since I have a new baby and live in the sticks (Richmond) of Macomb County! and I'm always glad to find artists from Michigan (it can be lonely sometimes... if it wasn't for the internet I probably would not be doing what I'm doing!)
so anyways, I've bookmarked you and maybe i'll get to see you at the shop one day! (haven't been to the rochester one yet!)


Love your journal pages and such yummy art materials. It's always great to see what other people use.


wow... thanks for all the kind comments. It warms my heart to know I can be an inspiration to other creative souls


You are so crazy. I love it!
I paint on canvas normally but for some reason journals scare me. I use them just to brainstorm or sketch a piece before I paint it but to paint on a journal seems more difficult to me. I have bought so many of them because I want to paint them all but not sure if I can even finish one. I wish I could!


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