Journal Workshop: Healing and Expanding ~ My Snowy Owl

At the last journal workshop, which was #11 in the Creative Journaling Series, we focused on ‘Healing and Expanding’ as the theme.  After making a ‘wound’ in our journal, weaving soft, plush wool across and through the opening to ‘heal’ the scar, we moved to the expanding wings of a bird in flight.  Phoenix rising!  Well, when I finally found time and focus to complete mine, it had turned into a Snowy Owl.  Here are a few images of that owl.

Snowy Owl 1

 

 

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Next workshop in the series is “Extraordinary Explorations:  Playing with Colours, Textures, and Space”.

7 Responses to Journal Workshop: Healing and Expanding ~ My Snowy Owl

  • imigran
    I wanted to thank you for this great read!! I absolutely loved every bit of it. I have got you book-marked to check out new stuff you post…
  • Liz Atzema
    Such an interesting new venture!! Love the owl and dialogue. Liz Atzema
  • W'ren
    MUTT!!!! This is all freakin' AWESOME, woman! Entire website is smoooooooth, real smooth, baby. Love the gallery set-up. Love your bio and photo! Diggin' the owl bloggin'. YOU INSPIRE AND MOTIVATE ME!!!!! xoxoxo Fearless
  • Vera Sutton
    The web page and Blog look great. I love the owl. He didn't have the written feathers when I met him the first time. Beuatiful. I can hardly wait for the next journaling adventure. Congratulations on this new adventure too! Love V
  • jean abbott
    Linda, this is so exciting....good for you!! The paintings floating by are just lovely, and the snowy owl turned our beautifully. Oh my gosh, smart lady, to have this all set up now. Looking forward to our next journal day, as well as to our water colour classes. why is it underlining my Canadian spelling of colour? Ha!!! I did it again. colour colour colour. OK, maybe I need to move along to another activity now. Or to get out more. Cheers! Jean
  • Marj
    Congratulations, my dear friend! There is no stopping you now... I'm thrilled for your well deserved success. Here's to soaring even higher. Hugs, Marj
    • wendy riley
      Linda I think this is a great idea. I would love to read all of your blogs. So inspiring. I feel honoured to know you.

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