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In December I wrote, “Five Things To Do When You’ve Got Paper That’s Just Too Bad To Work With.” In that post I wrote about gessoing over paper that you don’t enjoy working on so that you can still use the paper, but not feel limited by the paper in its manufactured state. […]
Today is a new feature I’m working on—quick tips you can use to shake up your journal practice, or even devote weeks and weeks to developing into a new style. It depends on your taste and your interest. These will probably all be relatively simple. I encourage you to try them, and then set the […]
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The Visual Journal Artist’s Guide to—Sealing, Encasing, Archival Materials, and the “500-Year Life Span”
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See the full post for another experiment by Frank Bettendorf in altering the covers of his Stonehenge Journal. Following his experiment I’ve also included additional tips and tools the I use to alter book covers. It’s time to turn that journal cover into a unique personal statement.
Post contains tips on altering your journal’s cover.