lundi 14 avril 2014

Vietnam travel journal

We are travelling to Vietnam this week. I wanted to bring a small travel journal to jot down what we'd be doing each day. I decided to use the leftover paper from my big notebooks to make a small jotter. The pages are 3 x 4 and I bound them with the technique I used for my mourning journal.
 





I love how it turned out. I used both my paper scraps and my fabric scraps. I will be making many more of these to sell at the Handmade HK market. More about that tomorrow.

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