One of a Kind Handmade Journal
by Elis Cooke.
"Be yourself; everyone else is already taken." --Oscar Wilde
This journal is made with 2 sturdy canvas panels as the covers. It has a flexible spine of handmade book cloth so it opens flat for ease of writing or sketching. It has an elastic to keep it closed which can also be used as a bookmark.
It is decorated with a washi rice paper collage and painted with acrylic paints. The inside covers are glazed with copper paint and distressed.
It arrives with 20lb bond paper and has a unique binding that makes it refillable with any type of paper you choose (water colour paper, sketch paper, scrap booking paper).
These refillable journals make great art journals because you can easily remove your page to work on it with wet media, then replace it once it dries.
Cut Refill Paper to: 6 1/2x10 [ 6 1/2x 5 folded]
This journal has 2 folio sections which could be used for separate topics. ie writing, sketching, photos, scrapbooking, painting, art journalling, to do lists, daytimer etc.
***To make your own journal with a refillable binding see the pdf tutorial available now:
NOTE: Colour Accuracy can vary depending upon monitor settings. Metallic paints tend to shift depending upon the light source, so it can be difficult to capture accurate tones. Photos are taken in natural light with no flash.
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