Lately, I’ve been feeling less creative (and generally less in a good mood) than I’d like, so I thought I should just make stuff and see if it helps with the mojo. My focus is mainly on art journaling, and I’d like to make something every day for a hundred days. However, the goal is not a strict one, since I don’t want this to become a chore instead of a creative retreat.
I’ve made quite a few art journal pages (and a tag) now, and have also missed a few days. 🙂 But this is more creativity than I’d hoped for, and needless to say, I’m thrilled. And I thought I’d just show the first few now, and then the rest from time to time.
I’ve used different materials for different pages – most of them are made from gel printing with regular acrylics, but there are also oil pastels, gel pens, metallic acrylics, paper scraps, sequins, and even yarn.
They’re not perfect, of course – most are experiments, and some of them are actually from days when I just stopped working after spending a lot of time trying to create something nice. That’s totally fine by me – what matters is that I’m having fun with my art supplies!
What do you usually do to get your mojo back?
Check out other posts in my 100 Days of Art Journaling series.