Saturday, July 19, 2008

Reminders to self:
I have been intrigued by a couple of friends who have done a workshop in which no glue is used. Other methods were incorporated instead. I found this easy to do in a small place and then pick up and put away. Our space is still very cramped as we try to unpack and organize after the huge amount of smoke damage.

some sample pages:
VINTAGE ART JOURNAL - breaths

VINTAGE ART JOURNAL - wonder

VINTAGE ART JOURNAL - beautiful lady

I have also made a new video about the journal. Please take a moment to enjoy.



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Angels be with you my friends

4 comments:

justthesmallstuff said...

First, I'm sorry to hear about your house. I can't even imagine what that had to be like. I love what you did with your journal and find it totally fascinating. What a wonderful way to work on a project when you are on a long road trip etc. Just pack up papers, brads, eyelets, staples, embellishments and art away the time with no mess. It's like I want to just start adding things to a box right now, just in case I need something to work on in a hurry. Thanks for the inspiration.

NM_Creatrix said...

Interesting, I never thought of doing a journal without glue. Glue is my constant companion!

suesviews said...

the video is brilliant, Wendy. You have excelled yourself! Beautiful work from a beautiful Angel xXx

Tammy's Studio said...

I love your video! It's challenged me try a glueless page in my journal. Just imagine un-sticky fingers! Yay!

Congratulations on your new kitchen cupboards as well, I bet it feels good to be back home and back to normal.

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