How’d They Do That? 11th Edition

It’s Wednesday!! And (since we didn’t do it last week) that must mean it’s time for another edition of “How’d They Do That?” I just love this article because it’s so fun reading how other people do things AND getting to know a fellow Caravaner all at once. This week we’re going to be taking a look at joannknnrd (aka) JoAnn’s page “Balance Week26” I was completely SHOCKED when I learned how she made this. Read on and you can find out also. It’s not nearly as difficult as it looks : )

First of all, I asked JoAnn a few questions to get to know her. Here is what she had to say:

ME: How long have you been art journaling?
JoAnn: I’ve been doing some form of journaling since my teens but it’s been the
last few years that I’ve been doing it digitally!

ME: How did you get started?
JoAnn: Sometimes it easier for me to get my thoughts and feelings out
visually as opposed to words!

ME: How often do you journal?
JoAnn: I try to do it daily, but have often let it go for months at a time.

ME: What pushes you to journal?
JoAnn: It’s my form of expression. It’s also rewarding to look back and see how far I’ve come!

ME: Do you have a blog you’d like to share with us?

And now… how she did it:
JoAnn: This was actually a pretty easy layout to make. The hardest part was visualizing the prompt of ‘Balance”
Tangie’s paper already had a waterline, but I wanted to emphasize breaking the water, so I manipulated Jofia’s water splash to blend in with Tangie’s existing line. I added a hand with a slight blur and blended a face into the water for some reflection.

JoAnn, thank you so much for sharing. I hope you’ve all enjoyed this installment and look forward to seeing you again in 2 weeks for another.


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