Blog Hop: Day 1

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Hello!!! Welcome to the

Draw Yourself Back to Nature eCourse

Blog Hop!

Each day this week, a different blog hop artist will be posting a tutorial of their interpretation of a theme or technique that will be explored in the eCourse!

AND each day each artist will be giving away a prize! From hand embellished nature journals to nature journaling supply kits to 2 seats in the eCourse and more! Follow the posts each day this week and be sure to comment so you can be entered to win the day’s prize!

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Today’s prize is 2 digital sets of my Nature Journal Prompts Cards!!

Today, I’m kicking off the hop with a video on using a prompt. Watch the video, try out the technique in your nature journal, comment below, and let’s start hopping!!

Day 1 Blog Hop Draw Yourself Back to Nature!!!

from Wings, Worms, and Wonder on Vimeo.

“What if I had never seen this before? What if I knew I would never see it again?”

~Rachel Carson

What did you discover by using the prompt from the video

to theme your nature journal entry?

Post pics of your journal prompt entries on Instagram #wingswormsandwonder

 

Seeds to Sprout:

Early Bird registration for the Draw Yourself Back to Nature eCourse starts today!!!! Get registered here at the $45 price before it goes up the 17th.

Tomorrow, hop over to Virginia Magruder-Simpson’s blog for her tutorial on expressing Nature’s Whispers.

Check back here on this blog Tuesday, April 21, for the announcement of all the hop winners!

FYI, the Draw Yourself Back to Nature eCourse officially starts May 4!! Don’t miss a thing or a discount!

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16 thoughts on “Blog Hop: Day 1

  1. Love this, Kelly! You make it so personal. Up early, will post my journal entry once the day lightens… No prize, since I already have and love my Nature Journal Prompt Cards. This adventure is inspiring to me!

  2. So fun! The first animal I saw this morning was a European Starling, something I’m not usually too excited to see. But drawing it like it was the first time I’d ever laid eyes on one made all the difference. Thank you!

    1. Toyia, that is awesome!! Drawing it does make all the difference doesn’t it? It amazes me every time that I see the everyday in a new way when I draw it!

  3. Thank you so much for this prompt!! Is the quote written anywhere on this site? I don’t happen to see it, but I don’t necessarily trust my tired old eyes. I’ll listen again and write it down.

    1. Ahh! Julianne! Silly me I didn’t type it!! The quote is ‘What if I had never seen this before? What if I knew I would never see it again?” Rachel Carson. She was such an eloquent woman. I’ll also type it up! Thank you!!

  4. I LOVE this idea of a nature hop! Spring is just upon us in the Chicagoland area and I yearn to be in my yard taking it all in! I really love to just be in nature and think about it in much in the same way you describe in your prompt, Kelly. I look forward to following you girls along on this ride!

    1. Patty, I know spring fever is the best! It inspires us to rekindle our connections and the brighter they become they shine all year!

  5. I pass a weather-beaten everyday and don’t give it much thought. Today I saw a spot in it with a knothole and a clematis growing up and over the fence from the neighboring yard. The clematis fell in such a way that it appeared to be hair cascading over one eye, leaving the other (the knothole) looking like an eye that was watching all that passed before it.

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