Welcome to 2014! Welcome to a new year, a new project, a new way to document the momentous and the mundane. This is the year. Grab it. Write it. Illustrate it. Photograph it. LIVE IT!
Week One Challenge: My Door
This door is the entrance to my sacred sanctuary. Not only in the literal sense, but as a metaphor for the entryway to my soul. No one enters without making a permanent impression. Most are invited in, few are asked to stay and reside. It is a barrier that protects what I hold most dear; my faith and my family. It is a portal for my dreams. It is a welcome sign for my truest of trues. Love resides here.
As much as I want to stay inside and hide behind this door, I realize that if I never step out, I will never fully be who I am meant to be.
“She knocked and waited, because when the door was opened from within it had the potential to lead someplace quite different.” ~ Laini Taylor
To create this page, I first did a little brainstorming and mind-mapping, jotting down ideas and anything that comes to mind to jump start the creative process. I put this sheet aside as I knew I would incorporate it into this project.
For the door, I used spray inks and paint for my background. I sketched my door then used a blade to cut my openings. I wrote my quote on a piece of scrap paper and glued it to the back of my door so it would show through the opening in the door. I then hinged this page to my planner using washi tape. On the back of the hinged page, I place my mind-mapped idea sheet for this page, adding my palette colors and doodles.
On my journaling page, I listed things most important behind my door and a little pocket flap from a hotel room key where I will keep my resolutions for 2014.
Now I have documented the opening of my year and invited you all to come in and spend some time!
Share this Post