This is a child’s board book that has been altered to include tags, notecards, and mini-notebooks and mini-junk journals.
To see a video flip-through of this book, go to my YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tCadOSPnXwA&t=1s
It measures 7 1/4″ x 6 3/4″ (17cm x 16 1.2cm). Please note that this board book does not lie flat when it contains the tags and other ephemera but is meant to be displayed open.
This journal is £55 plus shipping (£4 to the U.K. and £11 to the U.S. Please ask for postage to other countries.) To buy, or if you have any questions, please send me an email at email@example.com and I will send you an invoice via PayPal. (You do NOT need a PayPal account to pay using this [read more]
Latest altered book. I am really pleased with this. After years of getting it close, this feels like the piece that most looks like the inside of my head and what can I say? Getting creative vision into something real, that I can see and hold, is dreamlike, strange, and [read more]
Here are recent pages, including churches and notes from Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff, as well as French churches in Perpignan, the Priory at Serrabone, Elne Cathedral.
To see more sketchbook journal pages of churches, go to:
For more information on some of these lovely Romanesque churches, try:
I am obsessed with old books, old clothes, and boy, am I ever obsessed with old movies. (I met my first husband at a silent movie double feature, so there.) One of my favourite stars ever is Gladys Cooper. She is best known as a renowned character actress in the 1940s at Warner Brothers. She starred opposite Bette Davis in Now Voyager (as the oppressive mother) and in Separate Tables opposite Deborah Kerr (as the oppressive mother). She was also in Alfred Hitchcock’s Rebecca as the really sweet sister to Laurence Olivier. What is less well known is that before all that she was a Great Beauty, when such a thing was a career.
Yesterday I hit the motherlode of Gladys Cooper postcards from her babe period. If you would like to use any of these for crafts or art journals, just right click on an image and click “Control C” then go to Word or Paint or whatever program you use for images and press “Control V.” If anyone would like a larger resolution, please contact me directly and I can send you a larger image. Enjoy!
To read a dishy biography of Ms. Cooper with clips from her films, go [read more]
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