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Relatively simple spread in my junk journal from this past week. You’d never guess what I had for dinner the other day.
A recent page from my junk journal. Letting the vintage botanical illustration shine in this one, because how could I not? 🌹
A recent page from my junk journal. I had fun assembling this one, never mind that it’s all over the place, haha. Hope everyone is having a good week so far!
Pretty straightforward spread last week! The roses are a facsimile of Victorian-era botanical illustration, which I nicked from a vintage gardening book. 🌿
I use the Weekly pages in my Hobonichi Cousin Avec as a commonplace book sometimes, and a dumping ground for stray thoughts most times. I usually don’t decorate them, but I was in a mood last week, haha. So here it is. Piglets and all.
Haven’t been sharing my daily companion, my Hobonichi Cousin Avec, as it’s my diary and it’s visually quite boring what with it being all scribbles. But here’s a page: At the end of every month, I go back to the dividers and write, as best I can, a summary of the days that have passed. I started this at the tail-end of 2016, and it remains one of the crafty-writerly things I look forward to doing. How do you use these pages, Hobo users?
Today’s @februllage prompt is LAYERS. I’m going to take a wee break from #februllage assembly—or, at least, will not be working to meet the daily deadline. Although I can’t help but be thrilled at the amount of work I’m producing, not everything I make has been my cup of tea. It’s a good conundrum to have, I’ll admit.
Combined two @februllage prompts in one—FRAGILE and HANDS—because my brain has been turning into mush assembling collages one after the other, haha. A workaround that I ended up pretty proud of. #februllage #moleskine #moleskineart
Taking a wee break from collage assembly and seeking comfort in my junk journal. My brain was turning into mush, assembling collages in quick succession, haha, and I’m producing garbajjj.
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