Hey all! I just wanted to show you all this tutorial about how I turned a green thrifted monster into a chic victorian steampunk style journal. This is the first half so stay tuned for the embellishments phase by subscribing to my blog by email! Toodles!!
This isn’t my usual post, but you guys know I can’t resist a journaling technique.
Head on over to The creative place for the full tutorial.
Though this is quite feminine for my taste, I’m convinced a lady steam-o’-phile would be quite excited to spill her thoughts into such a wonderfully put together journal.
Hello fellow craftsmen! Be sure to follow my new link section to my blog spot to catch the premiere post where I turn this atrocious thrift find into a steam punk masterpiece.
Phase one is already complete and the rest of the tutorial is underway. Catch the transformation on Viatheleviathan.blogspot.com
An altered book I made for Cadence a long time ago.
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It seems I have been challenged by via. She suggested I tout something I consider feminine. I happen to have a serious affinity for paper crafting and journaling so here it is! I bring you Cecart’s altered book. I happen to think this is marvelously cool and incredibly well done!
Oh so adorable! These little journals made of random patterns and nice natural colored cardstock! I know Levi loves journaling but he Would never admit to liking something this girly and I think that’s awfully silly don’t you guys? Do you guys have any special art journals or a sketchbook? Show me some pictures and I’ll feature you on the blog. You can email them to me @ : Viatheleviathan@gmail.com!
This is most certainly a project I can endorse. Bookmaking is a noble art which has, in its very nature, a want to preserve the essence of language thought and creativity. Look forward to more entries pertaining to this subject, however in the interim please follow the citation to the source of this wonderful idea.