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    9x12" watercolor paper, heavy body acrylics, block printing ink, fluid acrylics, sharpie paint marker

    {NaNoJouMo #13 2010}

    {More stuff for AEDM and NANOJOUMO 2010}

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    I love that Idea - well I took it as being undecided on where to take the pages... which journaling about feeling uninspired seems to produce some great work. I do have a question for you. I like to work on loose paper too - but I finish a page, hang it up for a while, then get ready to change them out and get stuck. How do you store your loose pages like this? do you bind them, or put them in a box....? or something I completely havent thought of?

    11.14.2010 | Unregistered CommenterNapaKat


    Excellent question... all of my pages that aren't in an old book (altered book) are loose. I photograph them and put them in archival boxes from The Container Store. If they are "unfinished" backgrounds, I keep them in a basket on my art materials shelves.

    I don't bind any pages because they are really designed to be single pages, and I would cut off part of the left edge...

    One thought I'd like to pursue is to make a blurb book with photos of some of my art journal pages. That would be cool and fun to peruse.


    11.14.2010 | Registered Commentergypsy

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