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The 100 Day Project: Week 5

Hey y’all! We’re up to Week 5 of this project and as we get deeper into this, I’ve gotten a lot bolder. I haven’t even been staying on a set theme at this point. I usually just flip through magazines and cut out things that I think will work together or that inspire me. I’ve been growing a lot in my style and I love getting inspiration from Jordan E. Clark and @thejournalbean. They both make amazing journal spreads.

Day 29

This one was so much fun to do. I really wanted to experiment with some of the things I’ve seen online and with the resources I had. I love how it turned out.

Day 30

I spent HOURS on this one. I did it on Sunday morning and this was definitely the vibe I was getting from my local church and the Transformation Church services that week.

Day 31

More experimenting and as you can see, I really love these white gel pens. My favorite one to use is the .8 so I’m definitely glad I got the three pack.

Day 32

I’ve been wanting to use this picture I cut out of a Vogue magazine for a while. I really like the vibe it gives off and I tried to incorporate that vibe into this collage. There’s some major art journal influence in this one.

Day 33

Honestly didn’t know what to do this day so I tried going simple and finding a background image to play around with. Most of these are from Veranda magazines. If y’all saw how many random magazines I have at home, you’d think I was hoarding them.

Day 34

These jeans though! I got the idea from Brianna Collins, aka Journalbean. She plays around with this technique a lot and I’ve been wanting to try it since I first saw it. I got the idea to add a poem from Jordan Clark. This piece is just a big pot of inspiration brought to the page.

Day 35

Didn’t know what I was doing this day and I only had an hour to do it so this was a major freestyle. I got the idea for the background from the Triangles theme I did a few weeks ago. Then I found this picture of Serena Williams in Allure and it really fit the vibe.

Are you doing a 100 Day Project?

What do you think of these pieces?

Which one is your favorite?

Let me know in the comments below, let’s chat!


Rachelle Saint Louis is a Haitian-American writer, born and raised in South Florida. She received a 2018 Silver Medal in the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition for her poem “Red Blood Cell.” She is currently a Psychology and English double major at Florida Atlantic University. Her poetry has been published in Rigorous Magazine. Rachelle has been writing poetry since the 7th grade and you can often find her performing Spoken Word at local open mics.

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