Wednesday, July 1, 2009

~* Wreck This Journal *~

~WEEK 4~

Hi again! Welcome to another week of Wrecking Maddess!! Actually, I didn't go too mad this week. I only had time to do 2 pages. So without further ado...

Tear Strips! RIP IT UP!!


This task was quite easy and a bit boring. I may go back at another time and add some color to the page or maybe do something interesting with those tears.




...And then I opened up to "Draw Lines using ABNORMAL writing utensils". I didn't draw lines, but I fell back into my old habits again. I drew a pretty picture with ABNORMAL utensils.The Birds are made with a Key and ink that is suppose to be used for Ceramic. The Clouds are made with a Spoon and Acrylic paint. The Flower Petals are done with the positive side of a battery and Acrylic paint. The Stem and Grass are done with a Pipe Cleaner and Acrylic Pant.


I did go back and draw the lines with each item and labled them (so I would remember, I am getting old ya know!).

Take a look at what others are doing over at The Next Chapter!





59 comments:

  1. Looks like a fun project! :)

    ~ Carolee

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  2. Ooh I really like the drawing page (and yeah, you better write down what you did it with, lol! Then when you're REALLY old you can look back at what a crazy young whippersnapper you were, making art with spoons and batteries!)

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  3. I just ripped the page too. Hmmm What to do to make it more fun? Hope you have a good week.

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  4. What fun this project looks! Love the 'lines' that you put to paper with unusual utensils!

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  5. Such painstaking work on the painting -- Thank you for sharing your pages!! WRECK ON

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  6. I've seen these before, and I think it would be so fun to try it! :)

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  7. What a fun book! I think you've got more creativity in your pinky finger than I do in my whole body when it comes to art & stuff like that! Happy SITS day to you!

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  8. This looks like an iresting project:) I love using ripped pages in my scrapbooking.

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  9. What a fascinating idea! And painting with batteries? You're very creative :)

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  10. My mom's been doing Wreck This Journal for a few weeks now! She ordered one for me too, but I've only done a few pages so far. I'm having trouble following directions...I don't want to wreck my journal! LOL

    I love your abnormal utensils page, it looks great!

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  11. cute project. im pretty sure im
    not that creative.

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  12. What an interesting idea!

    Happy FB Day.

    B xx

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  13. i wish i was half as creative as you are. painting with a spoon and a pipe cleaner? i'd never have thought of that in a million years!

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  14. Wow, this sounds like a pretty neat project, I may just have to check it out. Thanks for sharing!

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  15. That is a pretty unusual journal but it sure looks like fun. Congrats on your SITS day.

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  16. How fun! I think I'd rather enjoy ripping up pages. :)

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  17. I stopped by from SITS --love this fun project! I think destroying is often more fun than creating, in a weird way. Beautiful site!

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  18. This is kinda fun!! Congrats on your SITS day!

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  19. Great way to spark creativity!

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  20. Happy SITS day!! Love your blog!

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  21. how unique and different! Thanks for sharing yet another great idea. Hope your SITS Day was great!!! xo

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  22. I've never heard about this before, but I have to admit - it sounds like a lot of fun and pretty cathartic too.

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  23. You are such a talented woman! What a terrific idea! :-)

    Dropping by from SITS.

    ~ Sandy

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  24. So fun!! My daughter would have a blast with this : )

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  25. What a cool little project!!!

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  26. How interesting!

    Again, congrats on your SITS feature!

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  27. Stopping in from SITS, congrats on being FB.

    I like the drawing page. I love seeing others creativity :)

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  28. What a fun way to keep a journal! I bet years from now your great grandchildren will have a very interesting view of you, but at least they will know you are creative! How fun.

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  29. swinging in from SITS--and LOVING it!

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  30. Happy SITS...how fun to wreck a journal!

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  31. What a fun idea. I may steal this from you. Maybe it would get me actually doing something, anything in a journal.

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  32. Interesting.... and gave me a bunch of ideas of things to use to paint with! My preschooler will love it!

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  33. I have that journal! And I LOVE it. It's so cathartic!

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  34. I'm not sure what's going on. Why are you wrecking a journal? Who put the instructions in the journal telling you how to wreck it?

    Looks like a fun and interesting thing to do, though.

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  35. Wow! That looks like a fun project!

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  36. That is definitely creativity!

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  37. Very interesting...got to go check out the link you shared...

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  38. That is a pretty awesome picture - I never would have thought to use any of those materials to paint a picture!

    Happy Sits day! :)

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  39. Love the picture made using abnormal utensils. Looks like you had fun.

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  40. I have never heard of a 'wreck this journal'. Sounds fun!

    Happy SITS day!!

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  41. Looks like fun! Thanks for sharing that with us!

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  42. You are amazingly creative! It's great that you express your talent in such varied ways.

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  43. happy SITS FB day, even though I'm late to the party...I love this idea...no I just need to know who to start one...I need to get my aggression out somehow...and this seems the perfect way...anyway...hope you have a blessed weekend
    ~Amy~

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  44. Wish I was as creative! Have a niece who went & did a Masters at Pratt & she's full of talent too!

    Happy SITS Day!

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  45. Looks like fun! I love open-ended projects, where you can be creative.

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