The first prompt was simply to make an introductory page using a favorite technique (click on the photo to see it in more detail; pretend not to notice the coffee stain on the carpet):
I dry brushed some titan buff acrylic paint over the inside cover of my book to tone down the bright colors and then added a tag, an art doll from my stash, a stamped image and a heritage photo. The chipboard embellishments are from Cosmo Cricket's "Art Angel" package. I used Bernice's suggested quote "Focus on the journey, not the destination. Joy is found not in finishing an activity but in doing it."
Here's a close-up of the passport I made (using one of the pages I tore out of my book and embellished) and a little journal that I won in a blog give-away. I copy the quotes and prompt ideas from the class into the journal every day, so that I don't have to go back to the blog or print out the PDF's. I also jot down ideas and inspirations in there. It's a very handy supplemental tool that I learned in a Shimelle class. It also tucks in the pocket I made in the back of the book.
Anyone else doing the Passport to Art Class? Bernice is a great teacher and will lead you right through making an art journal or altered book. Although there will be 31 prompts, my book only has about 24 pages, which is fine because I know I won't be able to play everyday and there may be some prompts which don't really call to me.