The Imperfect Journal

Recently I read the book, Love for Imperfect Things by Haemin Sunim. It really touched me and resonated with me. Not so much because I am a 'perfectionist' (Admittedly, I am recovering...) but because it felt like, on so many levels, this book and his words were speaking to my art. I don't know how to explain it exactly but this book just helped my heart to see things a bit differently both in my personal life and in my creative life. It helped me to grow a bit wiser and feel a bit gentler. I decided right away that I would design a class and/or art from these inspirations. I hope, you too, enjoy the book and even if you don't read it yourself or do not find it speaks to you in the same way, that you will enjoy the thoughts and feelings behind these journal pages and lessons and that you will be inspired in your own way too. Either way, I think it will be just 'perfect'. xokp

 List of supplies and materials I have used in my journal(s). PLEASE note* I encourage you to make substitutions and use what materials you have on hand whenever possible!

*I always have baby wipes, paper towels, & buckets of fresh clean water handy. Other misc. items: water soluble pencils or crayons, stabilo pencil, eraser, silicone brush (for spreading glue), various RubberMoon stamps, washi tape, stencils

Link to Teesha Moore's 16 page journal:

Link to kae pea's modified version plus smaller extras: