1. #Crochet season!

    #Crochet season!

     
  2. 22:05 24th Oct 2013

    Notes: 3

    Tags: diydecor

     
  3. Sad to leave behind her door! :’( I know I can do it again, but still. I worked on it while pregnant… #moving

    Sad to leave behind her door! :’( I know I can do it again, but still. I worked on it while pregnant… #moving

     
  4. Decoupaging this amazing paper into the dresser drawers! (Taken with Instagram)

    Decoupaging this amazing paper into the dresser drawers! (Taken with Instagram)

     
  5. Chalkboard door complete!!! Purple & turquoise FTW! (Taken with Instagram)

    Chalkboard door complete!!! Purple & turquoise FTW! (Taken with Instagram)

     
  6. 14:03

    Notes: 7

    Tags: DIYiMadehomeinstagram

    Chalkboard paint. (Taken with Instagram)

    Chalkboard paint. (Taken with Instagram)

     
  7. D.I.Why do I start these projects… :P (Taken with Instagram)

    D.I.Why do I start these projects… :P (Taken with Instagram)

     
  8. Yarns. (Taken with Instagram)

    Yarns. (Taken with Instagram)

     
  9. Hand spun, hand dyed, soon to be handmade #yarn (Taken with instagram)

    Hand spun, hand dyed, soon to be handmade #yarn (Taken with instagram)

     
  10. I just finished making my first ever hand bound book, using the Coptic stitch. (This tutorial was *very* helpful, however I used book board for my covers rather than the back of a sketchpad. I wanted a stronger weight. Either is great though, up to you!) I plan for it to be an art journal/junk journal with a mix of collage, painting, drawing, doodling, writing, and whatever else strikes me… but I wanted it to be more personalized than it would had I gone with a store bought sketchbook. I also wanted the pages to have a variety of textures and patterns so I could use a range of mediums and to encourage inspiration. The pages I used are a mix of watercolor paper, novelty scrapbook pages, magazine tears, and office log pages. I can’t wait to start adding stuff to it now! I’ll be sure to post my progress.

    Do you have an art journal?