Creative Space Journal Review & Giveaway

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Creative Space Journal by Lucy Irving    ISBN 9781781453070
I have received the most beautiful journal from Ammonite Press.  It's a journal designed to unleash your creativity, to start on a blank(ish) page and doodle your masterpieces.



I love this book and felt no pictures I took would give this journal justice so I made a short vlog showing the book off so you can get a better understanding as to why I love it.


About the Creative Space Journal.

This journal is a book with 100 art projects inside.  Offering prompts and projects, sparks and nudges, ideas and inspirations for activities to reflect, enhance or change your mood.   There are beautiful illustration pages which give you exercises to try depending on your head space Happy, Sad, Angry, Relaxed, Playful, Bored, Wired or Sleepy.
Creative Space Journal - Journal through 100 art projects

About the Author

Lucy Irving is an artist and illustrator living and working in the lovely city of Brighton, UK.  Lucy is best known for her bold and colourful work in the digital and sculptural form.  She has a playful interest in the world around her - especially the juxtaposition of nature and technology - this encourages her artistic pursuits.

So what do you guys think of this journal?  It's so beautiful.  I love it, I love the idea, I love that I can just create (or try to, we all know by now I can't draw) and not worry about my images being judged, but my question to you is - do you think you'd love it too?
Win a copy of creative space journal giveaway

Giveaway

The lovely people over at GMC Distribution are offering 3 of my readers their own copy of this beautifully illustrated journal.  All you need to do is complete at least 1 of the Rafflecopter options below to be in with a chance of winning a copy.

Good luck guys

If you'd love a copy of this book but are not a winner, you can still purchase this journal from GMC Distribution or Amazon for £9.99


28 comments:

  1. I would keep it for myself - looks lovely thank you!

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  2. I would keep it for myself.

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  3. AnonymousJune 10, 2017

    Margaret Clarkson
    I would keep it for myself

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  4. I'd gift it to my sister who is much more creative than I am!

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  5. I would keep it myself as I am very creative x

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  6. I'd love to keep it for myself I love writing in journals

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  7. I would give it to my daughter

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  8. I would gift it to my niece

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  9. I would love to gift it to one of my work colleagues. She is incredibly artistic and intelligent and I think she would really appreciate it!

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  10. I would like to think that I would give it away but it looks too nice. I would have to keep it and then buy another one as a present for someone special.

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  11. what an amazing journal. I think it may be something me and my son might do together as he's really creative and likes ways of finding thinking time and space. those illustrations are stunning. x

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  12. I should give it as a gift, but I'd definitely end up keeping it!

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  13. I think I'd have to keep this for myself. It's a beautiful Journal

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  14. I would give it to my niece who would find it useful

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  15. Suzanne JacksonJune 14, 2017

    I would probably keep it or give it to my daughter

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  16. I have been looking for something like this for ages, so I would definitely keep it for myself!!

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  17. As it is so fabulous I would keep it to myself x

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  18. I think it's definately a keeper..although I'm sure I'd get a lot of jealous requests for it from my friends. x

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  19. I would give it to my sister although I would be tempted to keep it as it looks so lovely!

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  20. I'd like to keep it for myself

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  21. I'd give it to my boy, he loves all things space!

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  22. I would love to keep it as a treat for myself :)

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  23. AnonymousJune 27, 2017

    I would love to keep it for myself but I think my daughter would find it very useful

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  24. I know quite a few people who would love this so I think I would give it as a gift.

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  25. I think I would keep it, it looks like a lot of fun.

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  26. It would be a household item to be used as a part of our home education

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  27. i would keep it for myself as i love bein creative x

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