Tuesday, February 12, 2008

The new Journal Kit Journal pages....






















Well I've done a few pages using the new Journal Kit... and a new Moleskine book I started to use with it. It's been really fun! I camped out on the sofa and didn't even run into the craft room to grab more stuff or get additional things that weren't in the kit (I'm so proud of myself!). I cut up a Prevention magazine I had picked up at the grocery some time ago... some nice headlines and adds that gave me great ideas for journal entries. There are sure to be more pages coming soon.

12 comments:

michelle ward said...

Pam - thanks for sharing the pages you made by using your journal-on-the couch kit we saw in the post below. How cool to know you didn't have to leave your spot to get these pages completed. It's working!!

Julie said...

Pam, this is wonderful! Your pages look terrific! This will be my first crusade and I am hoping to upload before the weekend.

Stephanie said...

Well, your kit is working out great! I like the idea of its being clear so you can see things.

I'm gathering inspiration this week!

thanks!
x...x

belle2create said...

Hi Pam, those pages look great!!! And it did not take you to much time to travel GRIN. Thanx for sharing,
Hedwig

Chris said...

This is a great idea! I never thought, duh, to try OUT my little porta-journal kit. What happens if I get to Maui and it doesn't work?! I must have a trial run!

I'm going to take my little bag to the sofa and work in my journal and not allow myself to look elsewhere for supplies. It's exciting to think of what could happen.
I Love what happened with your pages. Thanks for letting us see.

PLO said...

Girl, you are on a roll! I LOVE the Still a Kid page! It looks like a card or book cover...it is so good! I am so glad the kit is working so well for you, it is for me as well! I have it on my dining room table, and everything is at my fingertips!!!

Jo Anne O. said...

These are cool Pam! Isn't it fun to have everything at your fingertips instead of having to run and go get them?

Sharon said...

Pam, I am so glad that you are getting the hang of using your words and thoughts to complete your imagery. These pages hit the target for me. It's still quite the challenge for me. Your kit looks very encompassing of supplies AND totally cool. However, my back aches just thinking about camping out on the couch all day. Sometime we'll have to take your kit tent camping.

Dieverdog said...

well I really wasn't on the couch all day... just a few hours in the evening... I don't know about the tent thing, as long as no spiders or crawly friends come to visit, maybe...

LaY hOoN said...

This wonderful page...especially the kid page.

JeriAnn said...

Great kit and great pages. This Crusade is teaching me that organized materials really seems to give the muse free rein. Right now I have my stamps and pads in a cardboard box. What product do you recommend that makes a good organizer for these?

DIANE said...

Wow! I am absolutely LOVING your art journal pages. I would love to post comments on all of them but alas, I don't have the time so I picked this entry because it has two of my favorites - the one about appreciating your strengths and one with the girl. What wonderful insights! Thanks for sharing.