Muse Journals (Greencraft)

Hello
This trio of journals were made in 2016, with one being made as a DT project for Darkroom Door.  I enjoyed making the journal so I set about making two more.
The resin paper journals article appears in the summer issue of Greencraft magazine.  Greencraft is focused on re-cycling, re-purposing, etc, a fabulous magazine from Stampington & Co.  The re-purposed elements on my journals were old book pages, transformed into resin paper and found packaging, which I stamped the Darkroom Door stamps onto.
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I have to thank my lovely friend Dorthe as she gifted that lovely copper and ivory fabric to me and it has been something I have reached for time and again for projects, the colours and the textures are perfectly suited for me.
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The details for the journals are all within the Greencraft article but I’m not giving anything away by saying that each journal features a Relics & Artifacts.  They seemed so suited to team up with the Darkroom Door stamps, particularly the Word Block stamp.
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The found paper/card was made grungy before stamping.
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I like how the hand appears to be reaching for a pencil.
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This is a detail of the resin paper.  It is so addictive to make, in fact I really need to be making some more, must do so before winter sets in as I prefer as much ventilation as possible.
Thank you always for your visits. I feel distanced from on-line activity so when I do manage to up-date my blog and read your comments, it means a great deal to me.
Wishes
Lynne

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8 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. tracy745Tracy
    Sep 11, 2017 @ 22:23:18

    Love the natural feel to your journals Lynne. Love the little touches like the face and hand . Fabulously vintage. Tracy x

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    • lynne
      Sep 18, 2017 @ 22:01:35

      Thank you Tracy. The R&As seemed well suited to the Darkroom Door stamps I used. Appreciate you taking the time to visit. Wishes Lynne

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  2. Annie
    Sep 12, 2017 @ 08:57:57

    Absolutely stunning works of art Lynne x huge congrats on the publication too xx

    Best wishes
    Annie x

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  3. denlillelade
    Sep 12, 2017 @ 16:11:04

    Hello my dear, so glad to see you already here , again .
    The journals are wonderful, in their sepia look, and so gorgeous an idea, to use the resin papers for fronts – they are so beautiful behind the creative stamps there .
    Happy you still have some fabric left…I can`t find it after having moved, but hopefully they are in a box, down here , somewhere 🙂
    Dorthe, xxx

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  4. Kate's Scrap Yard
    Sep 13, 2017 @ 02:46:06

    These are so lovely! There is just something about vintage brown paper that makes me want to touch it! Just GOrgeous!
    Kate

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  5. butterfly
    Sep 13, 2017 @ 14:48:12

    These are magical, Lynne – so happy you’re finally able to share them here. I love using wax on book pages, seems to create a similar effect to the resin, but I’m guessing the resin is more durable. Beautiful work!
    Alison x

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  6. Jackie PN (@PNJackie)
    Sep 16, 2017 @ 14:03:36

    So gorgeous Lynne!
    When i glimpsed these on fB I knew I had to check your blog to see details! Stunning work as always my friend!
    hugs and wishes for a beautiful weekend,Jackie

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