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Creating a Collage


Creating a Collage



You don’t have to wait until you have the time or opportunity to create a full-fledged vision board.  Grab a magazine or two and select a few images, words or phrases and stick them in your journal.  Then write about what they mean to you.


Creating a collage is fun and can give you insights into what is inspiring you at the moment.


What words leap out at you from the page?  What images or colors catch your attention?


Sometimes I just grab one picture or word and a glue stick.  Paste it in my journal and then spend a few minutes writing about what it means to me


It’s a great way to explore new ideas, get creative and it makes your journal more interesting to view when you look back on your entries.


You can also create a virtual collage or vision board, grabbing clipart or stock photos and pasting them into a word document  or powerpoint file.  This is definitely a different process than creating one from magazines, but can create a visual image of your dreams and wishes.  And you can always print it out and stick it in your journal or use it as a screen saver.


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Have you created a vision board?  How did it help you?


Leave your comments below.

Judy Peebles, Creator of The Journaling Jenius™, Journaling Jems™ and The Knowledge Series – 5 Keys to Accelerate Your Success


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4 Responses to “Creating a Collage”

  1. Is there any difference between a vision board and virtual collage? e version vs. physical?

    Candace Davenport ~ Little Books with a Big Message

  2. Judy Peebles says:

    Great question, Candace. Obviously, in the end you have a combination of images that inspire you and/or that you desire. When creating a virtual collage you do miss out on the process that I use in my workshops which allows the images or words to jump out at you from the page. A virtual collage will only contain images that you actually search for and select. A physical collage can be a combination and you may end up with some surprises. It happens all the time. So both are great, just different. Hope that answers your question.

  3. Pam Ellis says:

    Hi Judy,

    I loved doing the ‘vision boards’ with you a while back, and have an opportunity to do something different.

    My three sisters and I are looking forward to a get-together-weekend and like having some kind of activity to remember it by. I was appointed to come up with this activity this year. So now I’m thinking of using the vision board idea with a twist… Make a “Memory Board” Any additional to tie into this would be great!

    Just wanted to share the idea and I’ll let you know how it works out!


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