Wednesday, 19 December 2007

wrecking my journal ... part 14

Here we go again...

A place for your grocery lists.

Hide a secret message somewhere in the book.

Cover this page using only office supplies.

Glue random items here. (i.e., things you find in your couch, on the street, etc.)

This page was so much fun.

On this page (above), I drew a treasure map. I used to draw them all the time as a child. Looking back at them, I loved how everything would be completely out of proportion (a house the same size as a tree, etc). So here's that page. I encourage doodling! Forget about trying to make it look good, just draw the way you did as a child - when it was just for fun. Ahh those were the days, eh?

Can you see our christmas tree?

What a long post! This is the penultimate 'Wreck This Journal' post.That's right, folks! I'm almost done! Give me a couple of days and I'll post the final pictures. What a lot of fun I have had! I was so excited to hear that I have inspired some of you (Sian, Jessica and Patois) to buy a journal. I'm looking forward to seeing how yours turn out!


  1. Dear Young Lady Who Could Be My Daughter Had I Had One at Your Current Age,

    Not only did you inspire me to buy one for myself, but I bought them for three other folks as well: my sister, my best friend, and a newly married artist. They just arrived today. Since Santa is bringing mine, I've not opened it. But it will be my best present this year.

    As always, I love what you've done with yours. The Quality Street wrapper pangs me so...can't get them in these here parts. Will have to wait until we're in England and Wales for six weeks this summer.

  2. Hurrah! Share the journal love! How exciting! I'm really looking forward to seeing what you do with yours x x x