Who makes the black and white letters page toward the beginning?
It's a fabric swatch - Summersville by Moda :)
I love it! By the way, where do you obtain all of your papers? Do you just collect bits and pieces as you go or purchase bulks online? Blessings,Grace>>----> gracesgardenwalk.blogspot.com
Thanks Grace! :) I obtain most of my vintage papers here and there - Goodwill, antique shops, consignment shops, yard sales, ebay, etsy. With the new papers, I am always looking for office-ey papers at office shops or big box stores, and the scrapbooking papers I order online or purchase from a local scrapbooking shop. The black and white checkered wax paper in these journals are actually from a local sandwich shop that we frequent a lot and we asked them for a few sheets (unused of course ;)) and they happily obliged :) I am always on the lookout for interesting "papers" that could be incorporated into journals, even if that's not necessarily what they are intended for (read: wax paper from a sandwich shop ;)).
I love this journal!! You did such a nice job and I absolutely love the way you did your cover....did you just adhere paper strips to a transparency? If so how did you attach the strips so the adhesive doesn't show? Thanks, Jenny
Thanks Jenny! :) Yes, I adhered the strips to the transparency page with Tombow rolling adhesive-- I rolled the adhesive on the strips first, and then fixed them to the transparency :)
That journal is really lovely!! I can imagine the future owner of this journal getting all happy every time they write into it because things like these make every day life a little more nicer and prettier. And I love the sandwich paper!
Such a great collection of papers, swoon!
Very jazzy. Reminds me of a crinkle journal that I made.
love it.. love the surprise factor in each page.. the envies are a cool touch
It's great! I'm gonna do something similar ;) ach!
New reader here. I'm loving your blog. This idea for your journals is such an amazing inspiration. I, too, have tons of papers, envelopes, and odds-n-ends that I have been collecting with no clue of what to do with them. Ta-dah, now I do. Yay. Thank you so much for sharing your ideas and projects. You are very gifted. I'll look forward to reading your blog in the future. If you have an email/newsletter you send out, can you please add me to your list (mobile doesn't show me links very well)? It is Del Marie Riley, email@example.com. Thanks again.