Art Journal Inspiration: Watch These Art Journal Flip-Through Videos

Don’t you just love looking at other people’s art journals? I’ll admit, previously most of my art journal inspiration came from the people I follow on Instagram, and a little bit on Pinterest. But recently I’ve been watching art journal flip-through videos on YouTube and I’m kind of obsessed! I love seeing how other people fill their art journals, and I figured you would, too.


So to spark your own art journal inspiration, I created this round-up of art journal flip through videos and I think you’ll love them…


Ghostly_T is one of my favorite people to follow on Instagram, so I guess it should be no surprise that I got some serious art journal inspiration from their video flip-throughs, too. The journaling style is somewhat minimal, yet the pages still feel full and complete. See what I mean:



MegJournals is another favorite (both on Instagram and YouTube). In this video, I got inspired by the way she uses page tabs (I’ve never seen them attached in that way!) I feel like she does a really great job of combining vintage and new in her art journals. She does a lot of Junk Journaling, so if that is your jam, you should definitely check her out:



In her art journals, Sophia uses a combination of found imagery and lovely paintings and drawings. Plus the music she puts her flip-throughs to is so enchanting! It’s definitely fun to watch, as I think you’ll agree:



While Brittany McCowan doesn’t always vlog about art journaling, I enjoyed this flip through of her travel journal so much, I thought I’d share it with you, too.



In this video,  Jeka Packing’s art journal is filled with some of my own favorite things: collage, drawings, inspiring quotes and words, and so much more! (You can also follow Jeka on Instagram).  See for yourself:



I saved one of my very favorites for last. If you love quirky drawings and a sense of humor, I think you love Aeronautisk! (And if you do, you should follow her on Instagram, too.)


So in just this handful of examples, you can see that art journalers have a variety of approaches and techniques, and this is just the tip of the iceberg! Some people have a distinct style, while others (like me!) are kind of all over the place. I think that’s one of the best things about art journaling: you can creatively explore while finding your own personal style in the process.

Do you have people you love to follow for art journal inspiration? Please share them with us in the comments below!

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