Julie Ann Is Back with “I Don’t Know What To Journal” Myth-Buster Prompt #12!

Julie Ann Is Back with “I Don’t Know What To Journal” Myth-Buster Prompt #12!

Prompt: What was the most recent movie to make you cry?

Journal your thoughts and upload your page to your blog or favorite gallery. Link it up in the comments of this blog post.

by Julie Ann Shahin, Studio Tangie Social Media Team

Hi everyone! Thanks for all of your support the past two months while I took a hiatus after my father-in-law passed away. It was quite an upheaval in our family. I’m very excited to be back and art journaling with the Studio Tangie community again. I hope you enjoy this week’s prompt.

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Here’s how the Creative Team interpreted the Prompt:

Studio Tangie Creative Team Inspirations for Prompt #12

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Tangie Baxter, AJC12 Parcel 11
Tangie Baxter & Rebecca McMeen, Steampunk Maritime
Tangie Baxter Paperworn Art Styles & Bonus Action
Fonts: Tangie Baxter AJFonts five seven & two, dormouse, & elephant



The last movie to make me cry, was actually a TV Show but since I watched it on Netflix we’re going to count it Smile.

Credits:  (by Studio Tangie)

Love “The Doctor” and My Midnight Dreams Danced Among the Stars, Gesso Messy 7



Julie Ann

This is not a new movie, but I saw it recently.

“You never quit on your music. No matter what. Cuz anytime something bad happens to you that’s the one place you can escape to and just let it all go.” – August Rush quote

Credits: all by Tangie Baxter (Studio Tangie except photo)
Music, Gold Leaf: Gypsy Rhapsody
Ephemera Circle, Circle Stitches
Sun: MUSEicaltheatre
Glitter Accents: Steampunk Band
Highlight: AJC11 Parcel 33
Gesso: Gesso Messy 9
Splatter Overlay: AJC12 Parcel 37
Papers (three papers blended together): Up Up Away
Fonts: by Tangie (have to look them up)
Photo: from Flickr, Creative Commons License – have to look up his name


Heather aka sparklyduck75

The last movie I cried over was a Queen Victoria double-feature: “The Young Victoria” and “Mrs. Brown.”

In “The Young Victoria”, Emily Blunt portrays Queen Victoria as a teenager making her ascent to the throne, and finding her footing as a woman, a monarch, and a wife to her beloved Prince Albert. Dame Judi Dench stepped into an older Victoria’s shoes in “Mrs. Brown,” a film about the relationship between the Queen and her friend and guardian, John Brown. Victoria was three years into an all-consuming grief following Albert’s devastating death before the feisty John Brown restored her to herself. I cried for Victoria in both films, both stories of her great loves and great agonies. I cried for how the love of a good man can illuminate a woman’s heart, and inspire her to live powerfully, even in love’s loss.

Quote: In the night of death, hope sees a star, and listening love can hear the rustle of a wing. –Robert Ingersoll


By TANGIE BAXTER: Marie collab; Medieval Faire collab; Imprints of Kingdoms Past; Thoughts of Thee; Gypsy Glitter Glass Laces; Gypsy Rhapsody.

By MOO’S SCRAPS: Black frame and brocade paper from Elegance kit.

FONTS: JellykaDeliciousCake; TrajanPro.

Images of young Victoria, older Victoria, Prince Albert, and John Brown from the Internet.


Now it’s your turn! Let’s see your cry-jerker movie pages!!!

Journal your thoughts and upload your page to your blog or favorite gallery. Link it up in the comments of this blog post.

Julie Ann Shahin is a New York-based art journaler, scrapbooker, mixed media craftster who specializes in hybrid and altered art techniques. She will be blogging regularly for tangiebaxter.com on Wednesdays and Saturdays. You may contact Julie Ann directly at julieann dot shahin at gmail dot com

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One Response to Julie Ann Is Back with “I Don’t Know What To Journal” Myth-Buster Prompt #12!

  • I just have to say I loved the Doctor Who episode where Donna and The Doctor finally left each other’s company. It was so sad! I watched it on Netflix, too. I hoped somehow Donna would remember it all and survive anyway. Everyone should have that brilliant moment where they realize they are worth something, their life does mean something, and the universe would be a very different place had they never been born. I’m still waiting for that moment.


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