I've been reading Visual Chronicles: The No-Fear guide to Creating Art Journals, Creating Manifestos, and Altered Books, by Linda Woods And Karen Dinino. It is a delightfully light look at art journaling, and addresses the fears many people have who are tempted to start an art journal (I can't draw, I can't write, I don't have time, etc.). In just 15 minutes a day, you can create a visual chronicle of your life. One of the tips is to use 10 words or less on a page.
I've been cleaning out my studio, and have found a few things I don't know what to do with but can't bear to throw away. Here is one of them:
And the card flips open:
That "thing" is a feather duster, by the way. I can't draw either!