Bloggers Like Us: How I track my skincare in my planner
For the Bloggers Like Us series this month we are talking all things health, skincare and self care. I have already covered a lot of this already in my Health and Fitness Journal post and in my Self Care in a Bullet Journal post, so I have decided to focus on something very much at the forefront of my mind at the minute: hormonal acne skincare and my skincare routine that I have incorporated in to my bullet journal.
I'm excited to share that for the third year running over in my Facebook Art Journaling group we will be having another junk journal challenge throughout the month of August. This will follow a different format from the last two years throughout the Month of August. We will once again be using an hashtag #kmmamjunkjournal19 on Instagram and we can post progress updates in the group and on other social media platforms.
I'm very excited to be a part of a new blogging circle alongside three other amazing bloggers; Kelly from thescrapbookgirl.co.uk, Emma from the readwriteinspire.blog and Sam from samalderson.co.uk
Bloggers Like Us: An Intro
Here's a little bit about me, my blog and my plans. Make sure you have a read of the other fantastic bloggers intros too at the end.
Things That Make Me Happy:
Facebook Group Challenge Collab with the Lollipop Box Club
I have had so much fun creating 3 pieces of art, journaling and scrapbooking this week, all based on my favourite theme; Things that make me happy. This is a two week Facebook challenge hosted by Lisa in her Facebook Group Lollipop Box Club Chat and over on my Journaling group Kerrymay Makes A Mess.
It's been way too long since I did any creative journal with me videos so join me in my latest creative journaling session and journal with me with using beautiful vintage and retro ephemera. Here I am creating 2 journal pages of a recent visit to Nottingham. I love creating memory keeping pages in a smash book / scrapbook style way. I have used goodies from the Crafty Bonbons Box and a bag from The Lollipop Box Club (video and links below).
It's been a long time since 1, that I have created any watercolour art and 2, that I have done a post for Anna Brim, but yay, I can say that I am happy to be back doing both. I was so inspired by Anna's watercolour snowdrops video tutorial over on her patreon page - patreon.com/mrsbrimbles, that I decided to add my own twist to it using Colourcraft Crystal Colours Brusho as well as watercolour and stamping ink. I still used drawing gum to create a resist for the snowdrops. You can see my full process in the video below.
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Hi I'm Kerry a Notts UK blogger, planner, art & creative journal fanatic. Make a cuppa and browse my tutorials and makes.