Bullet Journaling is a relaxing and fun way to keep all your thoughts in one place and make sure you get your “to dos” done!
I cannot believe it is already March! We have made it through Round one of the Root Winter Tournament and so much has already happened this year. And I’m excited for another great month! Especially because March is National Crafting Month, I hope I can spend even more of this month crafting.
March has shift from the red/orange of February to full orange! And once against I wanted to create a step up from last month.
The splotch is made through the watercolor transfer technique I have been using. I paint mainly orange watercolor onto a plastic surface and then flipped it onto the paper. I like rubbing it in but March didn’t transfer as well as I wanted it to. It turned out more line and streaky than blotchy.
To step it up from last month, I started with an outline of the watercolor (which didn’t work as well since it was more line covered). Then I decided to fill in all of the inside holes with a striped type of drawing. Either pure stripes or and Indian henna style design. Some of the holes breached the outside of the drawing so I capped each section with a flower bursting out of the watercolor.
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I’m looking forward to some of the holidays this month! A few I want to highlight are:
- 1st – National Pig Day
- 3rd – National Peach Blossom Day
- 6th – World Tennis Day
- 8th – Holi
- 12th – Daylight Savings
- 14th – National Pi Day
- 14th – White Day
- 16th – National Panda Day
- 17th – St. Patrick’s Day
- 23rd – World Math Day