Sticky October | A Get Messy Art Journal Entry

This week we used our Scrawny Girl Sticker Club stickers in our art journal. I love these stickers and saved three of them for later.

September Edition Stickers

Stickers on Cards
The first card lists our favorite fall activities so far this season. Number one: is acorn hunting. My son loves, loves, loves acorn hunting.

For the next card we are saving to write memorable moments on our trip to the pumpkin patch. We were supposed to go last weekend but it was raining.

The third card is a learning overview card on why leaves change color in autumn. It was a fun lesson this week and the autumn leaf stickers made the perfect addition to our art journal.

October Page
This lovely page came from an old planner/recipe/garden/photography tip book. It was an odd sort of book with a large combination of uses. I saved my favorite pages and all the month images pages incase I found a use for them in the future. Found a use for this one here in the journal. I cut out the notebook paper leaving enough of a leaf to tape the image page to it. Saw this technique from another Get Messy Art Journal maker. If I find the link I’ll update this post.

How would you use stickers from the club?

About the Challenge

Get Messy is an art journal challenge where a gang of crafty vixens are sharing art journal pages we have created to practice our skills and push past our creative limits with hopes to inspire. We share our pages without restraint every week, and once a month we create around a prompt. Go check out these crazy talented ladies creating pages who each have a unique perspective and style. We will be sharing our work around social media so follow the hashtag #getmessyartjournal.


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