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100 Art Journal Materials.

1) Pressed flowers
2) Coloured Sand
3) Thin buttons
4) Embroidery thread
5) Second hand postcards
6) magazine clippings
7) Patches for mending clothes
8) Denim from old jeans
9) Pages of old books
10) Pressed insects
11) Newspaper articles
12) Calligraphy inks (more vibrant and transparent than water-color)
13) Paper bags
14) Envelops
15) Washi tape
16) Spray paint
17) Scrapbook paper
18) House paint (paint stores give away mistinted paint for extremely low prices, can confirm: I work at a paint store and get free paint every day.)
19) Colour chips (get these while you’re at the paint store :p)
20) Tin foil
21) Candle wax
22) Nail polish (if you pour it on the page and let it dry its beautifully shiny and textured. I use it to make eyes that glisten).
23) Oil pastels
24) Locks of your hair
25) Perfume samples
26) Resaraunt coasters
27) Gold leaf pen ( found at art stores)
28) Chalk
29) Black coffee
30) Postage stamps
31) Junk mail
32) Leaves
33) Dead butterflies and moths
34) Food lables
35) Coffee sleeves
36) Ribbon
37) Unused pages from previous journals/ notebooks.
38) Duct tape, patterned or otherwise.
39) Watercolor
40) Sharpie
41) Makeup (lipstick especially)
42) Lino Stamps (art stores sell ones you can carve yourself.)
43) Door numbers and letters (home depot has a whole wall of them).
44) Lables from a lable maker
45) Ticket stubs
46) Receipts
47) Resaraunt menus
48) Other people’s drawings
49) Baggage tags
50) Recipe cards
51) Pencil crayon
52) Regular crayon
53) Acrylic paint
54) Pressed mushrooms
55) Little plastic bags
56) Felt pen
57) Charcoal
58) Straw and dried grasses
59) Old school notes and assignments
60) Printed photographs
61) Business cards
62) Parcel packaging
63) Yarn or wool
64) Book marks
65) Stickers from Starbucks coffee bags (you can ask for these without buying the coffee)
66) Tea and tea bags
67) Spider webs
68) Snake skin (pet stores)
69) Scraps of fabric
70) Pet fur
71) Hair dye
72) Berry juice
73) Wood stain
74) Sawdust
75) Masking tape
76) Glitter
77) Notes from family members and loved ones
78) Beer and wine lables
79) Cellophane
80) Cardstock
81) Birthday cards
82) Oragami paper
83) Shoe laces
84) Dictionary entries
85) Plasticine
86) Melted Crayons
87) Chalk board paint and sidewalk chalk
88) Metallic foil
89) Coin rubbings
90) Wallpaper
91) Thin tile
92) Spray on velvet
93) Cue cards
94) Name tags
95) Invitations
96) Squished bottle caps
97) Paper doilies
98) Stencils
99) Dried herbs
100) The inside of correlated cardboard.

anonymous asked:

hi do you know any books set in like a fairytale/fantasy world with like lesbian princesses or f/f relationships?? I need more sapphic books lmao

hello! hi! YOU BET I DO

there are unfortunately not nearly enough lesbian princess books (me and @wordmage-girl tried to get a wlw royalty list going here and it didn’t get very far) but here’s what i got for wlw in fairytales and fantasy:

and also there’s a bunch i know of and still need to read that i’ll list!

hope there’s some good ones in there for you!

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Eyegasm: Every Disney ‘Art Of’ Book

The Fairest One of All by J.B. Kaufman

Pinocchio: The Making of the Disney Epic by J.B. Kaufman

Walt Disney’s Fantasia by John Culhane

Bambi: The Story and the Film by Frank Thomas & Ollie Johnston

Cinderella: A Dream Come True (author unknown)

Peter Pan Sketchbook by various

Once Upon a Dream: From Perrault’s Sleeping Beauty to Disney’s Maleficent by C. Solomon

Le Livre de la Jungle by Pierre Lambert

The Art of the Little Mermaid by Jeff Kurtti

Tale as Old as Time: The Art and Making of Beauty and the Beast by C. Solomon

Aladdin: The Making of an Animated Film by John Culhane

The Art of The Lion King by Christopher Finch

The Art of Pocahontas by Stephen Rebello

The Art of The Hunchback of Notre Dame by Stephen Rebello

The Art of Hercules: The Chaos of Creation by Stephen Rebello

The Art of Mulan by Jeff Kurtti

Tarzan Chronicles by Howard E. Green

Fantasia 2000: Visions of Hope by John Culhane

Atlantis: The Lost Empire: The Illustrated Script by Jeff Kurtti

Lilo & Stitch: Collected Stories From the Film’s Creators by H. Wakabayashi

Treasure Planet: A Voyage of Discovery by Jeff Kurtti

Brother Bear: A Transformation Tale by H. Wakabayashi

Home on the Range: The Adventures of a Bovine Goddess by Monique Peterson

Chicken Little: From Henhouse to Hollywood: Unplucked! by Monique Peterson

The Art of Meet the Robinsons by Tracey Miller-Zarneke

The Art of Bolt by Mark Cotta Vaz

The Art of The Princess and the Frog by Jeff Kurtti

The Art of Tangled by Jeff Kurtti

The Art of Wreck-It Ralph by by Jennifer Lee & Maggie Malone

The Art of Frozen by Charles Solomon

The Art of Big Hero 6 by Jessica Julius

The Art of Zootopia by Jessica Julius

The Art of Moana by Jessica Julius and Maggie Malone

EBAY LISTINGS FOR DISNEY ‘ART OF’ BOOKS: ebay.com/disneyartof

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My collection of art journal type books (as of December 2016) is officially too big for a stack, they had to be laid down. 

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I found myself grinning until my cheeks hurt, my scalp prickling till I thought it might lift off my head. My tongue ran away from me, giddy with freedom… This and this and T H I S! I taught him how to skip stones, and he taught me how to carve wood. I could feel every nerve in my body, every brush of air against my skin.”

I am made of memories…The way his hair looked in summer sun. His face when he ran. His eyes, solemn as an owl at lessons. This and this and this. So many moments of happiness, crowding forward.”

What remains once the war is won?

Fame.
Songs.
A kingdom of corpses.
His name too heavy in my mouth.

What do we become in death?

Shadows.
Longing.
Regret,
regret,
regret.

What do we keep once we are ghosts?

The blood under my fingernails.
His crooked teeth.
Searching for happiness in the threads of his hands.
A love that burned alive.
A love that is still bursting in my hollow chest.
A love that was never enough.

What do you do when you’re alone in the darkness?

Wait for him,
I’ll wait forever if I must.

Were you ever able to name one hero who was happy?

No.

—  Emily Palermo, He Is Half My Soul
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Your friendship has brought glorious technicolour to my life. It’s been there even in the darkest of times, and I am the luckiest person alive for that gift. I hope I didn’t take it for granted. I think maybe I did, because sometimes you don’t see that the best thing that’s ever happened to you is sitting there, right under your nose. But that’s fine too. It really is. Because I’ve realized that no matter where you are, or what you’re doing, or who you’re with, I will always, honestly, truly, completely, love you. -Love, Rosie (2014)