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October 07, 2011



wow... so so amazing.. would love to sit beside u as u piece it all together.... your book is amazing! I hv scores of vintage books and the entire collection of childcraft encyclopedias waiting to be used plus other vintage books, music pages, sb paper, oh yes! I hv a question.
often when i take the pages out of the book... it's only one page so half of that page would only be about 4 inches.. so do you cut page strips of other pages then sew together to make a large enough page for your journal? I know this is what MAM teaches in the ROTD class... sometimes, I wanna be lazy and just turn the page around horizontal and use it that way??
love your work!


love love love the way your creative wheels spin AND produce AND inspire! thank you much for sharing :)


I have just started art journaling via an online workshop at http://www.iheartrunwithscissors.com/ and i am loving it!!! I somehow stumbled across your Blog and have spent the last two hours scrolling through it. Everything is just gorgeous! You have inspired me to put together my own journal for my next en devour. Thanks a bunches!!!



The journal looks amazing! I didn't get the chance to start mine yesterday (toddler on the rampage) but reading this in the mean time has given me so many more ideas! Especially the pages being sewn together. I have loads of wrapping paper and stationary samples from wedding invites crying out to be used. Thank you!


Love your journal. Thanks for showing how to put it together, very inspiring.


Yummy pages in a very pretty journal. Love this and the previous post. Great way to present a journal in all it's richness!


You excel in so many medias, my friend. Your paperwork/journals are so inspiring. I love how you incorporate so much of yourself inside these pages. Once again, I am inspired and off to find the bones for my pages. xoxoxoxoxo


I so LOVE these pages - can't wait to see how you journal on them too....I am very inspired by you and shared you on my own blog love today :-)

Rachel Kennison

Wow, this is an awesome tutorial! Thank you SO much for writing it up! The journal looks amazing. I LOVE all the different sized pages, I will have to try that.

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