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Join me in my studio to create this mixed media gardeners journal to fill with all your garden plans, and planting schedule, or fill it with dreams, memories, and garden-inspired words and poetry. I like to do a mixture of both, adding to it each season and year. 




  • Learn how to make a journal from household paper waste
  • Layer mixed media to create a unique cover with pressed plants
  • Create vintage style seed packets and pockets
  • Learn how to use the 'Garden Journal' printables in creative ways




I encourage you to use supplies you already may have, you really only need a few things to begin, and as you find other items they can always be added at a later date, which is the real beauty of it. 


  • You will need some type of glue, PVA is great, or modge podge or acrylic medium. 
  • Some opaque white paint; white gesso, gouache, even household emulsion will do.
  • A selection of paper and card. A cereal box or similar, brown paper, lined paper, packing paper, printer paper, any paper can be used to form the pages of your journal. An old notebook can be repurposed too.
  • Any pressed flowers or small plants you may have (this is not necessary but I will be demonstrating how to use them)
  • The digital kit printed out.




What level is this suitable for?

This class is suitable for anyone with an interest in mixed media, collage and art journaling. From complete beginners to more experienced artists.


Do I need all of the supplies listed?

No, you really can adapt the class to suit what you have. There is no wrong or right way, in the class I will share a variety of options at all stages so you have the opportunity to make it uniquely yours.


Do I need high-speed internet?

Yes, you will need a good internet connection to watch the class and to download the class content. 


What is the refund policy?

Once you are enrolled in the class I am unable to offer a refund. If you have an question please email me before signing up.





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