Field Journals @ Greencraft

Two of my all time favourite Character Constructions stamps, even before I eventually got my hands on them, Twig Chairs, they are such exquisite stamps, the details as you would expect from any Character Constructions stamps is exceptional.
Knowing I was using Green products, I decided to submit to Greencraft magazine, where they were subsequently published in the Summer 2018 issue.
I had this idea, to use birch tree bark as notebook covers and stamp directly onto the birch tree bark, something I’ve done often. I got the tree bark from a reliable and trusted source, I did not damage any tree so I could have some birch tree bark to play with!Other “Green” elements were a re-cycled coconut husk button and twine used to bind the books.
This is the rear of the second notebook…all stamps are Character Constructions.To present the notebooks, a re-cycled box.  It was dog-eared but instead of trying to fight the appearance by painting it, I distressed it further.  Re-cycled twine (from R&As packaging), re-cycled button and more stamping onto tree bark, was all that was needed to embellish the box.
Thank you so much for your visit today.


9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Susan Wilken
    Jul 09, 2018 @ 23:20:55

    I love your work Lynne and the fact that you are so prolific and creative. Your art is very inspiring.


  2. denlillelade
    Jul 10, 2018 @ 16:07:06

    Dear Lynn e, they are exquisite – and must be like holding nature in your hands,- lovely, lovely with the roisin papers inside the bark covers, and your nature twine and button. I simply love what you did to the box, to alter it more, and make it suitable for your note book- all together such beauty !!
    Dorthe, xxx


    • lynne
      Jul 13, 2018 @ 22:41:04

      Dorthe, thank you so much 🙂 I never thought of it but yes, I suppose I was trying to create that feeling of holding nature in your hands. xx


  3. corrinegilman
    Jul 10, 2018 @ 21:44:16

    Great use of the materials. Love the cardboard closure. xox


  4. Annie
    Jul 11, 2018 @ 09:30:33

    This is absolutely beautiful Lynne and I am not surprised that it was published x Wonderful layers and I love the stamped bark x Great enclosure too x

    TFS and best wishes
    Annie x


  5. craftytrog
    Jul 11, 2018 @ 10:18:45

    Wow! It’s a beautiful project Lynne, and I love the recycled packaging! Xx


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