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Doodle Diary: Art Journaling for Girls Paperback – August 1, 2010
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From the Back Cover
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!
About the Author
Dawn DeVries Sokol is the author of six doodling books, including Doodle Diary: Art Journaling for Girls, which has sold over 100,000 copies. With a bachelor’s degree in journalism from Arizona State University in 1992, Sokol has worked her way from editing and designing newspapers to art directing magazines to designing and authoring books. She also illustrates lettering, teaches online workshops, and doodles in her art journals as much as possible. Her articles about art journaling and doodling have appeared in Cloth Paper Scissors, Pages magazine, Art Journaling Exposed, and Somerset Studio’s Art Journaling, and she shot a DVD workshop, “Art Journaling: Pages in Stages” with Interweave Press in 2010. In 2012, she was commissioned to paint a utility box and design a library card for The City of Tempe. Her art journaling workshops have been favorites on Creativebug.com since she started teaching on the site in 2014. Her artwork has appeared in shows from Tempe, AZ, to Tokyo, Japan.
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1. List, doodle, collage the foods and desserts they love
2. A page where they can write down what movies they saw, add comments about them, add ticket stubs, etc.
3. A watercolor page - where they only doodle with watercolor colored pencils
4. A page of inspirations - to find and include colors, words, patterns, illustrations, labels, photos -- and to add what's so inspiring about them
5. A page about your best friends -- you can add pictures or draw them, say what you like about them, etc..
I like that this doodle diary is filled with ideas for kids, instead of giving them a blank diary. Not only is it fun and appealing inside and out, but they won't be "stuck" on what to say or write or draw. What a GREAT idea to encourage creativity and documenting their lives, so they can go back and look at it in the future!
If you have a creative child in your life and your looking for a gift that will allow critical thinking and creative expression then this is it!
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