Page 3 of the handmade Handbook. I used lace, ink and my own flowerstamps.
working on the backside of the first hand from our handmade journal
Turning envelopes, tags, food cardboard into a journal with tags.
I do work a lot in Artjournals, just to experiment. But even with those I sometimes hesitate “to ruin” that page. But I figure out, when I make my journals from trash I’m more likely to mess up the page. And sometimes that is excactly where you find those awesome happy accidents (yeap I refer to Bob Ross😉) which leads your works in a new directions. I have one that is pretty soon finished again and yes I will have a flipthrough over at Youtube once it is ready. So stay tuned for that. In the meantime I share some…
In the last part I show how to bind the journal and I also have a little flipthrough so you can see the pages more close up
Making pages for a dos a dos journal with sewn and glued embellishments for the pages
The first part of a tutorial for a dos a dos journal, where I show how to construct the covers for this journal.
A short Flipthrough my Mini Dos a Dos Journal. This is a tutorial for members of Mixed Media and More on Monday
A handmade book in a Dos a Dos book format with a lot of ephemara, papers and fabricsnipet.
final steps to finish a handmade Journal from empty boxes.