Then all you need to do is create a journal page by following each of the prompts in the order they were picked! That's the really tricky bit! For example, one of this month's prompts is to add glitter, something you'd normally do near the completion of a page, here's it's prompt no. 5.
Here's May's challenge.
Here's my page, stage by stage.
|A torn image|
|Add a piece of ephemera - this is half of a museum ticket|
|Add a crossword|
|Use a non-tool. I used the cork to spread ochre paint across the page.|
|Add glitter - I've put it over the top of the paint|
|There's two stages here - I've added washi tape along the right edge and the bottom ledge and added a piece of scrapbook paper that's of a french newspaper.|
|This is where I put the tree in when the fabric (see below for the fabric) should have been first. It's a medieval tree of knowledge.|
|Hopefully the title written on the fabric helps to bring the page together.|
|Adding the black pen - I fumbled the tree of knowledge label unfortunately!|
I'll be back on Tuesday.
P.S. This is the link for the group's page on Facebook