You pay a fee and then they mail you a small sketchbook. It's very simple, it's thin white paper stapled together with a brown cardstock kraft paper cover. Then you get a few months to fill it out. You mail it in and then they add the sketchbook to their library where people can come browse them. There is a digital version of the library too.
As usual I used a lot of old drawings and paintings on paper as collage elements. A few of the drawings pictured are of Leonora Carrington, the artist. She is my favorite--a female artist working in and around the Surrealist movement--learn more about her here.
I will share more pictures soon, I have many.
It's funny because I learned recently that I am a "rebel" in terms of how I approach habits/doing things, which means I resist inner expectations and outer expectations. So even though I art journal every day I still struggled to get myself to art journal into the certain little book that The Sketchbook Project sent me. I had to really push forward at the end to fill it up. It reminds me of being in school and not reading the assigned books, even though I read lots of books on my own. Whenever possible, I want to pick what I do. Haha.
If this looks fun to you, check out The Sketchbook Project! It's really fun and it's not a lot of pressure at all.