Hi there it's Kim once again with a project that you'll want to stay tuned for the entire month. What I've done is set up an entire standard travelers notebook insert using the "This is Halloween" Kit from Andrea! If you haven't seen it I did a quick unboxing of it!
I've taken a few snapshots of this project, but I've also made a quick flip through video so you can see each page in it's entirety before I've even used a pen on the pages. I'll talk below most of these photos a bit but the video will have the best looks!
I've gotten into some paper notching to help nest with patterned paper and the designs on them. I liked layering but was frustrated before now with how to make my composition work without stashing the paper to bits (not showcasing those full fonts too)!
To make up for the space I lost using this striped bag, I added a bit of the 12 x 12 paper with tabs on top for an easy notes page.
A nested pair of makeshift tags in the corner had to have that striped twine as an accent.
This is one of my favorite pages. I bird tailed a whole bunch of different sized papers and layered them across the page.
Adding a few die cuts and stickers to add the finishing touch made it really pop
I wanted to try a "wrapped" effect on this pattern paper by slicing the ticket stubs and attaching them at opposite ends.
Beware! Pocket ahead! A great way to store more notes. shopping lists or to-do lists.
I had a whole bunch of scraps lying around and decided to make a two page border. I added a striped washi as an inside frame and used a couple of stickers to round it out.
I decided to watercolor on the last page since I rarely use the notes section after it. I keep it very dry so there is little bleed through, but I love the gray pattern as a base for what will be that day's plans. The sticker bleeds on the page next are a great way to add a pattern, as I have, or they can segment off a section for a task list.
Finally, I had to use that lovely acetate. I just cut a piece that would fit between the staples and it now had a sticky note attached for a quick reminder.
Here is the quick flip through video with all the pages.
Thank you again for stopping by the blog today! I had a great time setting this up!