My latest daily journal is a different format than I've ever tried. When I saw this book I knew It would be something wonderful to play around with. The cut-out letters on the front,
and instead of regular paging inside - two folders to hold the book and a map (or in my case - to hold the vintage invoices that would become the journal entries. I added the line of resin books (which I picked up in a hardware store in Oxfordshire) on the cover over the original illustration.
I have a vast collection of invoices from the late 1800's and early 1900's. I've spent some time altering them
and using them in various artworks - but I thought "Hey - wouldn't they make great journal pages?"
So that's what I've done, I add a few bits of old tariff stamps,
rub-ons and rubber stampings to the front,
And write my daily entry on the back of each invoice, if I need more room I just continue onto another invoice. It's working out great and I love handling and using the marvelous old paper, seeing the beautiful Copperplate writing and seeing the century old prices!