I bought a 3 pack of nice notepads at my local supermarket (asda) this morning because I wanted to make a travel journal… I had bought a leather bundle off Amazon about a month ago with this project in mind and also for making a few other upcoming projects too 🙂
I love how it turned out.. the leather was a scrap but was big enough to cover the 3 books which were held in place with elastic hair bands and have enough to have a flap to fold over the front, which i didn’t trim and left it in the shape it was..
I have to say I do love it, but want to make another, this time actually stitching it onto the leather cover rather than with the elastic as I think I would prefer it to be more secure..
I think I will make up my own signatures for the next book too.. that should be fun and I have just the right paper in mind for it too 🙂
I was going to keep this blog post for tomorrow, but I was that excited about making it that I just had to share it with you tonight!
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Today I am sharing 2 art journal pages with you 🙂 … now if you have followed my blog for a while you will not have seen any art journal pages because I struggle with them big time!
So I headed over to Stampers Grove in Edinburgh yesterday to attend a workshop with Lorna Figures called Pot Luck Art Journaling and I really enjoyed myself… and managed to get one page finished and another page started which is a huge accomplishment and I kinda quite like the concept now.. so I am now the proud owner of a lovely new art journal, ranger apron and some Dina Wakeley Scribble Sticks 🙂
First picture is my finished page using my new scribble sticks 🙂
and this is my second page.. not quite there yet with this one .. but I will share it again with you once I finish it and i’m happy with it.. this page I used distress oxide inks
I am on holiday now for the next two weeks so hope to be up in my shed a lot more creating lots of crafty goodness…
My next project is going to be a travel journal, I have everything I need to make one and I have been itching to get it started so watch this space 😉
As always, thank you for popping round