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Learn to doodle your heart out using creative tips and prompts and all sorts of materials, from regular old crayons and pens to oil pastels, gel pens, Wite-Out, collage, found art, Xeroxes and photographs, stickers, outlining, and more.
Journal your days in fun, easy, and creative ways!
Dawn DeVries Sokol is an avid art journaler and doodler. Her blog (www.dblogala.com) focuses on art journaling, with ideas and discussions on materials, overcoming creative blocks, prompts, and more. Dawn is the author and designer of 1000 Artist Journal Pages, which has sold 16,000 copies since it released in 2008. She lives in Tempe, Arizona.
My pre-teen loves anything art...coloring, drawing, writing, journaling, etc. If you've a child that always has a pen/pencil in hand, this is a fun book to surprise her with!Published 7 days ago by casocorcoran
My daughter is 6 and loves to doodle. Some of the pages are a little old for her but most of them are just right. Se loves this book. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Vougslc
I bought this as a gift for an artsy 14-year old. She was thrilled with it! I flipped through the pages before I wrapped it up, and there was a great variety of pages and... Read morePublished 17 days ago by J. Stockwell
From the time I was young I was always encouraged to write in a journal. I was raised hearing quotes such as this one:
“Every person should keep a journal and every... Read more
This was bought for my ten year old granddaughter and she has really enjoyed drawing her special pictures. It is a nice looking journal to boot.Published 2 months ago by Carolyn
I got 2, gave this to my sister's girl (12 years old), and my friend's little girl ( 7 years old)…a big win win!!!Published 3 months ago by W. chang
I purchased this for my almost-8 year old daughter. I think it's for older girls. Smaller than what I expected.Published 3 months ago by Lovely
My 9 year old granddaughter LOVED it and started writing right away. It's great to give girls an idea of what to write.Published 3 months ago by Suzanne Denison