Sunday, 27 October 2013

Mini Journaling

Hello lovelies
This is a very quick post from me tonight as it’s very late and I’m all but sleep-walking lol


Here is a quick video I did on the concept of multi-page journaling. If you have watched my previous flip videos especially you will probably have seen that in the past I’ve been rather fond of putting a journal within a journal, and creating many pages at once is what I think they are especially good for. You can find ways to make quick n easy mini journals in this particular video playlist here – I used a simple pamphlet stitch; a true journalers staple.


Much love (and goodnight, sleep-tight!)

11 comments:

  1. I love how effortless you make it seem. And I love all the great inspiration I get every time I watch your videos. Thank you for sharing your gift!

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    1. I agree with your statement you made about it seeming effortless. Jennibellie can do in one single hour what it would take me a day to even half ass attempt.

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  2. That was fun! Thanks for that great video. I usually end up working on several pages just because I always have extra paint and I have to wipe it somewhere!

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  3. Hello there, thanks so much for sharing. Could you please send me some of your energy and of course some of your artistic ability?????

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  4. Cool idea! Will have to try this.

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  5. Very nice idea for adding more pages... Thanks again!

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  6. Hi my Love, I absolutely love this idea! Thank you for being my inspiration. Love Ya' Patricia

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  7. Hallo ,
    ik vind je filmpje leuk en ook wat je maakt.
    groetjes Marja

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  8. What a fab video, sweetie!!!! I added a mini-journal inside a larger journal over the summer when I was having Bereavement Counselling. The big book was a journal about my feelings and my recovery and the mini one was about all the things I am thankful for, like my children and good friends and the fact that I was lucky, that even though they are no longer here and I miss them dreadfully...I did have a wonderful mum and dad who loved me lots. x

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  9. I know I am years behind the time of this video, but I'm a newbe. I found this video so helpful with so many different ways and techniques that I can now go and try. What an exciting art journaling world this is. Thanks so much for sharing you vast talents. I am so inspired and motivated by them. Blessings, Trills.xx

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