|old Readers'Digest book for the cover|
|some of the kit materials|
I am very excited to be on the Design Team, showing how the kits can be used.
|the cover is removed, retaining the |
end papers, and cut in half
There are a few photographs in this post , but to see the journal as it is constructed from first to last go to my YouTube channel for step by step instructions. There are 4 videos so far, with more to come:
Junk Journal using the Steampunk Music of Time digikit, using a re-purposed book.
Video 1 - https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=nVP4oGzxA4s
Video 2 - https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=hBEB92JkxsI
Video 3 - https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=vHAyFDhXmLY
Video 4 - https://www.youtube.com/edit?o=U&video_id=aW70s5ORH5o
|One of the digikit papers used as the endpaper|
The front and back covers will have the TIME collage, as you can see in the photograph.
I am planning to show how the pages can be put together, using collage combined with elements like tags and labels
|painted pages with the first collage piece attached|
Although the journal consists of dingle pages they are orked on as double page spreads. the collage overlaps help to reinforce the spine where the holes will be punched for the binding.
|envelope and journalling tag to attach to a journal page|
|a folded zine|
The kit includes envelope templates which can be applied to the pages and can hold tags or labels.
There are single page zine templates which can be folded into little books which willbe inserted in tucks and envelopes. This means that the journal can be filled with whatever you wanted to insert.
I am thinking of poetry, quotes, sketchesm decorative labels and assorted tags.