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Photos of Art Journaling Live 3

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Art Journal, Mixed Media Workshop

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Last week I went to Arlington, Texas to teach together with MaryBeth Shaw, Jodi Ohl and Gina Rossi Armfield an Art Journaling Live Class which was recorded and will be available as DVDs and Video Download at the end of November this year.

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I started with some Creative Icebreaker techniques and lot’s of visual and actual texture.

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And it was fun to see what the amazing students created in this 1 1/2 hour with me.

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All the while Aaron was being serious and filming everyone and everything 😉

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Here is Amy Jones, our wonderful producer and you can see Jeannine Stein the editor of Cloth Paper Scissors doing fun stuff with Jodi in the background.

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And here is Jodi showing off her hands to proof she painted

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My favorite part of the day was that after I was done with my teaching, I got to play along in all the other classes and below you see what I did in Jodi’s fantastic class …I changed her awesome whimsical birds and fish up a bit and out came: Botox fish – I love them- they crack me up 🙂

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Here is a view of the classroom.

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And the amazing MaryBeth Shaw – so good to spend time with her too

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and take her amazing layering and stencil class

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I realize, I do not have a photo of Gina- grrr- but she was sitting right next to me

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and she taught a really really wonderful watercolor class which makes me want to do more with watercolors!!!

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And here we are – all four of us – relieved and happy that we made it- and super thankful for all the wonderful and talented students we spent time with on that day.

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I will keep you updated on the DVD and Video Download but meanwhile you can check out the ones from last year and some others I did


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  • Sue Clarke

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    Botox fish…LOL.
    Great pic of the 4 of you at the end of the post!

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  • Denise Spillane

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    Hi, it was such a fun day and wonderful seeing you. It’s fun to see the pictures. Would it be okay to “borrow” the first and last pictures for my blog. I will include a link to yours.

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      Nathalie Kalbach

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      Hi Denise- so good to see you again- and of course you can use the pix !!!! have a wonderful weekend!!!!

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      • Denise

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        Thank you Nathalie. You are the best.

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  • Joi @RR

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    ADORE your botox fish Nat. Hehehhehehe – made my day!!!!

    And what a wonderful array of FABULOUS photos. I loved seeing EVERY one of them. And the last one of the four of you together is so perfect. How fun that you not only got to teach but had some fun learning time too!

    Thank you sooo much for sharing your journey. XXj.

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  • stephanie

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    looks like it was fab!

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Creative Ice Breaker – Morning Art Journal Play

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Art Journal, Creative Ice Breaker

 

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In the mornings I play in my art journal to get myself into the creative groove and break the ice – so to speak- and get ready to paint. I recorded and fast forwarded my morning ritual – and hope you enjoy it. Take it as what it is – a morning art journal play- not a tutorial 🙂

Creative Ice Breaker June 2016 from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

Don’t forget there is also a Summer Blog Hop with Stampendous going on and you can win one of the three Price Packages containing all three of my Foam Stamp Sets I designed for Stampendous.

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Check out the other blogs today on the hop and comment here and on those for a chance to win:

Stampendous Blog Post Monday

Pam Bray Monday

my blog – Creative Squad – Cheiron Brandon on Tuesday

Katy Leitch on Tuesday

Stampendous Blog Post Wednesday

Gwen Lafleur Wednesday

my Creative Ice Breaker Wednesday

Louise Healy Wednesday

Here are the supplies I have used in my Creative Ice Breaker video above – some links are affiliate links.

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Please note: Some links on this blog are affiliate links for which I receive a small percentage of any sales generated by the link.

I hope you enjoyed the video 🙂 Have a wonderful and creative day

Nat

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  • barb macaskill

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    LOVE your routine! When my 4 year old granddaughter REALLY likes something she says it is the BEST BEST and as she watched this she said you are “da BEST BEST colorer!” I have to say that I agree with her!! LOVED watching this and the final piece is awesome!! TFS!

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  • Pam Beatty

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    great video!

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  • Michele K. Henderson

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    I love your new release, especially the elephant! Great inspiration all week long!

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  • Patti

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    Love how you forge ahead with layers. You inspire me as I have white paper-itis a lot! Hugs to you.

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  • Joi @RR

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    Such a TREAT to see your morning ritual video Nat. And your Fashion Dame looks lovely on the fun background you created for her. Loved all the stamps you used too. Your Fiesta stamps are some of my favs!! Thanks bunches for such great eye candy today!! XXj.

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  • Amanda Rhodes

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    I love your journal page and all the different details!

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  • Becca Yahrling

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    What a fun video – thanks for sharing your beautiful creativity. I think I need to be brave … thanks for the inspiration to do so.

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  • Judy B

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    Journal pages kind of scare me. I’m always afraid I will mess up and have to throw the pages away. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  • Julie

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    Thanks, that was fun to watch! 🙂

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  • Mary Holshouser

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    I love your stamps with the stencil included.
    The three featured on this hop are marvelous –
    especially the elephant. I can’t wait to get
    my hands on him.
    thanks for the view into your morning routine.
    I’m in southern Illinois.

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  • Carla Hundley

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    Gorgeous work and
    love your process.
    Carla from Utah

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  • Jean Marmo

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    Such fun! Love the stamps and stencil sets! Thanks for sharing your routine!! I know I tend to overthink too much! I need to just create!

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  • Myriam Le Blanc Élie

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    Thisi is such a great process video! Thanks for the inspiration.
    Myriam from Quebec, Canada.

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  • Kathy Burgess

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    What a fun video!! If only I could work that fast!! Thanks for sharing!!

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  • Joela Pascoe

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    I get scared by the journaling process, and I commend and thank you for sharing your ritual.

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  • stephanie

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    great spread! Thanks for sharing

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  • Rob

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    Thanks for the inspiration Nat, Love your new stamps sets. I’m from Taree, north of Sydney Australia.

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  • Robin C

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    What a great project! I love the sentiment! Hugs, Robin

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  • D.Ann C

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    Super fun! Wish you could come hold my hand as I work on the first pages of my first art journal so they could turn out so well! : )

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  • VikiB

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    This page is wonderful! I love this stamp. I wish I could bring myself to paint in the mornings.

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  • Claudia Jean Nelson

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    I love your page,and your creative use of deli paper. Thank you for your inspiration

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  • TracyM #6773

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    EXCITING CREATIVE ACTION!!!
    LOVE your pages, LOVE your words of wisdom too!!!
    I already ADORE Fashion Dame, feeling TOTALLY INSPIRED now,
    THANK YOU for sharing 🙂
    Tracy from Australia

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  • Jackie Schachter

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    Enjoyed watching your video. Loved the way you made
    such a pretty, colorful background. Have never tried journaling – not
    so ‘artistic’ as you, but I do like doing mixed media on canvas. TFS.
    Jackie from Israel.

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  • Carol

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    I love your layers and colours. Brave indeed!

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  • Christine Dring

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    Gorgeous journal page! Love your sentiment – very empowering!

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  • Deborah S

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    Wow what a great way to start your day kind of like stretching before your morning run. I really enjoyed your video it was very inspiring. I can’t seem to find my way into mix media. My style is to controlled and stay in the lines. I guess I just need to be brave and jump in. What do I have to lose right. OBTW you ARE the best, best colorer lol tfs!

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  • Teresa Godines

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    Love all of your great colors. TFS

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Creative Ice Breaker – Morning Art Journal Play

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Creative Ice Breaker, Inspirational Video

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In the mornings I play in my art journal to get myself into the creative groove and break the ice – so to speak- and get ready to paint. I recorded and fast forwarded my morning ritual – and hope you enjoy it. Take it as what it is – a morning art journal play- not a tutorial 🙂

Creative Ice Breaker June 2016 from Nathalie Kalbach on Vimeo.

Here is the page I did

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A list of the supplies I used- some are affiliate links

SuppliesCJS

Please note: Some links on this blog are affiliate links for which I receive a small percentage of any sales generated by the link.

I hope you enjoyed the video 🙂 Have a wonderful and creative day

Nat

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  • Sue Clarke

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    What a delightful way to have my breakfast.
    Nice music and some inspiration.
    I find it very helpful to watch someone else’s art journaling to get ideas.
    Have a creative day Nat!

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      Nathalie Kalbach

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      yeah :))) I keep some more coming Sue 🙂 have a wonderful day!!!

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  • JoAnn

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    Nathalie, love your morning sharing. Plenty of aha moments – like no need to ink stencil just use baby wipes. I know this but tend to forget. And I love owning Urban scribble – I grew up in Manhattan so skyline is special. I didn’t realize that I can print detailed stamp on top of foam stamp – that it lines up. Realized this when I watched Frugal Crafter video using it to make a card. All good!!!

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  • Rae

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    I just loved this! Your talent for layering is wonderful…and I especially love it because I struggle with blue and green…this is so pretty! I need to learn to use those two colors more often. Thanks for the awesome share! xx Rae

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      Nathalie Kalbach

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      Rae – queen of colors and layering- thank you so much for your sweet words 🙂 I cannot believe you struggle with blue and green – I live for these colors- LOL. But I know what you mean, we are often so tied in with our color choices it is hard to break out.

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  • Joi @RR

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    What FAB way to start my day – with YOU Nat. This was so fun to watch and it turned out so neat. To me – you are the Queen of Skylines – so it was pure joy to watch you create this “cityscape” all over your pages. And then your sentiment just made me think of all the places around your city you have shared with us – thinking that you have walked all the streets that you just painted!!!!! Thanks bunches for starting my day and weekend with a huge smile. XXj.

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      Nathalie Kalbach

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      Awe – thank you for making me smile with your sweet comments, Joi!!!

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  • stephanie

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    Love this video – great ideas for adding and subtracting paint with the stencil and baby wipes for layers

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  • William Charlebois

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    What a cool way to use stencils! I never have any success using stencils. I must be trying to use too much paint, because they never come out clean. Doh!

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      Nathalie Kalbach

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      Glad you liked it 🙂 Yes, the problem is usually too much paint. That is why I like using a cosmetic sponge – I dab the paint on and dab the paint off- so that almost no paint is on the sponge – the less paint the crisper the stenciled image 🙂

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