My July Journal page

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July was a busy month so I am a couple of weeks behind in finishing my July page. I finally finished it today! This month’s page has great meaning to me. It symbolizes the birth of my authentic self. She is peeking out from her protective cocoon/bud. The spirals surrounding her birth symbolize the cyclical nature of life and how we come back to a certain place or life lesson along our journey. Instead of being at the same exact place, however, we have moved up a turn in the spiral and, hopefully, have grown in our experience. The spirals are all shades, tints and tones of purple. Purple is for the wisdom and magic I seek in my life everyday.

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11 comments on “My July Journal page

  1. Kathy V in NM says:

    This is nifty stuff — both your commentary and your page!

  2. Sue says:

    A beautiful page. I love the face peeking out of the cocoon. There is a wonderful energy spinning among the spirals. Thank you for sharing what the page means to you.

  3. Acey says:

    This is beautiful plus It looks like it must have been a lot of fun.

  4. Brenda says:

    This is a most excellent piece. The story behind it gives it all that much more impact.

  5. Dora says:

    Karen, your journal page is gorgeous. I love spirals, and find myself incorporating them into all my work, whether it’s polymer clay, wirework, beading, or doodling ! Thanks also for sharing the story behind the spirals..
    I can’t wait to see your August page !

  6. Morwyn says:

    There is a joy and exuberance that jumps right off this page and smacks you right in the smile – wonderful!

  7. artandtea says:

    Thank you all so much for your kind & wonderfully encouraging comments! The BJP rocks! -Karen

  8. melandcali says:

    I love the idea of your piece and the spirals are beautiful.

  9. bobbi says:

    I love her little face peeking out like that!

  10. acrawley63 says:

    Karen, I knew this piece was great when I held it in my hands. I love the way you’re finding great meaning in your work. Amy

  11. judi d says:

    You created a beautiful page, love the colors.

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