Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Even More Journal pages - 5 by 5

This journal had much smaller pages. I chose coordinating pages with yellow and green as my themes. The ledger paper I used was yellow and I wanted a garden feel with this journal.

I tried to use images of flowers and spring. I wanted a light airy feel.

More papers, a lattice type printed cardstock, a wedding table number, all remind me of spring.

These pages have a springtime feel with the potting shed image and the green and yellow paper.
It was not hard searching through the scrap box to find everything I needed to stay with this theme. It was particularly nice to watch the pile of scraps get smaller and smaller. I cannot wait to start journaling.

13 comments:

Deborah said...

Beautiful, beautiful pages!

Diane said...

Elizabeth, I've never tried a journal like this, with just papers,photos,etc. How do you adhere them (the papers), and what type of journals are you using--are the pages sturdy? Thanks in advance--I love them!

icandy... said...

Your journals are oh, so delightful! Filling them with memories is the greatest part!
oxo
Christina

Janet Ghio said...

This is a really fun journal. I like the stitching on the paper.

Terri Kahrs said...

This journal is particularly light and lovely, but I love them ALL! Fabulous posts with gorgeous pictures of your work. Bravo, Elizabeth! Hugs, Terri xoxo

Lorraine @ creativedaily said...

Enjoying seeing the progress of your journals Elizabeth. Thank you so much for your kind comments on the ROD group regarding the luscious layers!

indybev said...

I can't thank you enough for sharing your process in making your journals. I can hardly wait to see how you handle these pages now! Your pages are just filled with freedom of expression. Kudos!

Diane said...

I just love these pages.

Jo Reimer said...

Go to the head of the class, Elizabeth. Yours are my favorite pages and journals of anyones! I like the idea of the garden/spring journal, of focusing each journal so there's a common thread. And speaking of thread... I love your hairy bits. The edges of my first ROD journal looks much like yours, scrappy and precious at the same time.

Kathy Carvellas said...

Holy cow!! This journal is beyond fabulous!! You are so talented!! Each and every page is so well thought out and executed! Terrific!

martha brown said...

Do you sell these Elizabeth???? I need one :)

freebird said...

It does have a gardeny feel to it. You've done a really good job with all of these. I can't believe how many of these journals people are making. Where do you find the time?!

Ramona Davidson said...

Thank you for sharing this. Now I have learned another way to journal. Your pages are awesome.