Gone with the Wind, Macbeth and Dr. Seuss – or what is SHE talking about?

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Art Journal

The weekend started and I shortly wanted to say HAPPY WEEKEND to you before I dive into my studio to work like a maniac on a secret project- DEADLINE to turn it in …tomorrow.

And unfortunately not like Gone with the Wind-Tomorrow: “‘I’ll think of it tomorrow, at Tara”- it is more like a Macbeth-Tomorrow: “To-morrow, and to-morrow, and to-morrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day-to-day”


:) It is a very cool project too and once it is done I will finally send out my newsletter and work on a fun new other project that will be something to play along and I think you will love it :)

I leave you with part of an art journal page I made – new habit is playing at least 10-15 minutes every night before bed time in my artjournal- and boy is that a calming and mind easing process- try it :)

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My new Über*Media Online Workshop is here - Learn the whole Shebang about Acrylic Paints

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Happy Saturday :) See you…tomorrow… as in Dr. Seuss: Today was good. Today was fun. Tomorrow is another one.

Huge hugs

Nat

Comments (10)

  • france papillon

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    love today’s wordplay ;) and today’s art journal page :)

    wishing you a happy weekend! hugs

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  • Diana

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    Nat i love this page. the colours are so very warm and hidden messages are wonderful!!

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  • Miae

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    As always, a beautiful AJ page!

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  • Marsha.

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    I love that page!!!

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  • suzannebouchard

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    I love your journal page! just a lot of fun!

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  • Dyan

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    gorgeous xx

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  • Tracey

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    Love your page its gorgeous, I just been checking out your Über*Media classes and oh how I wish I had some money spare so I could sign up they are just what I need especially the Acrylic paint and Gesso one as I have recently got into art journalling. Heard of pan pastels but not used them they do sound interesting :)

    I think I’m going to try the ten to 15 mins crafting a day, I do feel crafting is what calms me down and relaxes me after a stressful day with my three boys and house chores.

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  • Julie Bonomo

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    Absolutely love this page, Thank you for sharing!

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