Altered Spring Journal Project by Kristen Robinson

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Spring is the season for all things new, charming and full of beauty and bliss to arrive. An altered spring journal filled with pages that have been adorned with sweet clip art, envelopes for gathering remembrances as well as blank pages and tags to gather ideas and thoughts is the perfect spring day companion.

Materials and Tools:

  • Watercolor Paper
  • Acrylic Paint
  • Watercolor Crayons
  • Watercolor Paint
  • Cardstock
  • Shipping Tags
  • Coin Envelopes
  • Paper Trimmer
  • Bind It

To begin cut out your desired amount of watercolor pages measuring 4x4 in size. Also, cut a stack of blank card stock to include in your book these are perfect for recording memories, thoughts and sketches not to mention sufficient room for taping in found objects. Prepare your pages with a layer of gesso or white acrylic paint. Once your paint has dried, add marks and shading to your pages with watercolor crayons and or watercolor paints, as well as acrylic paint. Once all of your paint and crayon marks have dried, add copyright free clip art. Additionally, large shipping tags are also a nice addition to your book as they not only offer writing room, but also sketching space. Once all of your pages are together, create your holes with the bind it machine. Finally punch holes into your cover and back cover, add spiral binding per the machine instructions.

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Spring is the season for all things new, charming and full of beauty and bliss to arrive. An altered spring journal filled with pages that have been adorned with sweet clip art, envelopes for gathering remembrances as well as blank pages and tags to gather ideas and thoughts is the perfect spring day companion.

Materials and Tools:

  • Watercolor Paper
  • Acrylic Paint
  • Watercolor Crayons
  • Watercolor Paint
  • Cardstock
  • Shipping Tags
  • Coin Envelopes
  • Paper Trimmer
  • Bind It

To begin cut out your desired amount of watercolor pages measuring 4x4 in size. Also, cut a stack of blank card stock to include in your book these are perfect for recording memories, thoughts and sketches not to mention sufficient room for taping in found objects. Prepare your pages with a layer of gesso or white acrylic paint. Once your paint has dried, add marks and shading to your pages with watercolor crayons and or watercolor paints, as well as acrylic paint. Once all of your paint and crayon marks have dried, add copyright free clip art. Additionally, large shipping tags are also a nice addition to your book as they not only offer writing room, but also sketching space. Once all of your pages are together, create your holes with the bind it machine. Finally punch holes into your cover and back cover, add spiral binding per the machine instructions.

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