Materials Used in AMJP
Participants in the AMJP need to know that it is the process of striving for self-understanding that is important-not the way the actual journal is kept. Most journal writers, however, feel that the kind of journal, materials, and supplies they use are crucial for developing a personal style of journaling that is meaningful and enjoyable for them. This section highlights some of the many options available for people who write in journals and include art in their journals.
Types of journals
There are many types of journal to choose from, and each has benefits and drawbacks.
There needs to be assortment of pens, markers, crayons, Paint-markers, and other writing instruments to choose from. Many journal writers adopt a special pen to use each time they journal. Doing this can turn journaling into a special ritual and help keep it separate from everyday writing.
Art activities play an important part in AMJP. Items like pencils, erasers, stickers, paints, watercolors, brushes, glue, rulers, stencils, ribbons, lace, fabric, rubber stamps and ink pads, string, scissors, magazines, and newspapers makes the experiences fun and faster creativity.
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