February Art Journal Prompts – Week 3

February Art Journal Prompts Week 3

I had a lot of fun with week three of the February Prompts from Awesome Alice. Let’s get to them…

Chocolate Chip Cookie in Watercolor
Prompt: Cookie
Watercolor Flowers - Journal Prompt
Prompt: Flowers

I did these flowers without a sketch. I just jumped in with the watercolors and added the lines later. I don’t do a lot of these, so they were outside my comfort zone a little. I could have done a simple flower (what I would normally do), but I wanted to use this opportunity to push myself. That is what this exercise is all about for me after all. πŸ™‚

Forever and Ever - Hand lettered
Prompt: Forever and Ever
Oh My Darlin' Clemintine Hand lettered - Prompt: Darling
Prompt: Darling

My children keep asking if this is a peach. I’ll admit, it does have a bit of a peach look to it, but it’s totally a clementine. πŸ™‚ The clementines we buy each winter are “Oh my Darlin'” Clementines, so I had to try this. Plus, it pushed me again. πŸ™‚

Art Journal Prompt: Sweet Hearts
Prompt: Sweet hearts
Art Journal Prompt: you make me happy (hand lettered)
Prompt: You make me happy
Art Journal Prompt: My heart is yours
Prompt: My heart is yours

I actually really love this one, but I don’t love the way it turned out. I did some more working with it on paper after this was done and have come up with something I’m excited to debut in next Valentine’s printables., so if you like my stuff, you may want to subscribe so you don’t miss it. πŸ™‚ (shameless plug)

Have you seen week one and week two?

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14 thoughts on “February Art Journal Prompts – Week 3”

    1. You are so sweet!!! Thank you for the encouragement and for taking the time to comment!! I thrive on feedback and every comment makes me smile! πŸ™‚

      And thanks for following! I hope you conitnue to enjoy the things I post! Welcome! I hope you are cleared to run soon!

  1. Well, I found you in the Wise Woman Link Up. I actually found the Wise Woman link up on your blog, and I think even the Mrs. White blog. I do subscribe by email and look at your posts when they come out. I would love to start a bullet journal, but don’t know where to start.

    1. I’m so glad to have you following along.

      To be honest, I’m not great at bullet journaling (it’s a verb now). I just don’t have the time (or rather I use it on other things). I do dabble in it, and am hoping to do some more. When I started for the first time, I just grabbed one of my kids old Composition books and jumped in. There are lots of tutorials on you tube. I find, though, that most of what other people use theirs for, I don’t need. I like using the calendar on my phone and my homeschool stuff is in excel. What I love using it for though is prayer, Bible reading and Gratitude. And I do some for our chickens and gardening… but I don’t always keep these up well. πŸ™‚

      I’ll see if I can pull together a post about it. πŸ™‚

      Thanks so much for commenting. It’s easy to forget that there are people out there seeing my posts. Getting comments makes me smile! πŸ™‚

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