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Magic tape /Invisible tape is the best tape

I made a quick tips video about my favorite tape, because I don’t think I’ve ever mentioned it before to you guys? It’s called “Magic Tape”, and I personally think it’s the best one for using in journals if you want something that is durable, archival – and almost invisible! I have been using it […]

Intro pages for the Christmas Journal

Intro pages for the Christmas Journal

Here is a last video of Christmas Journaling, it is about how I created the introductory pages in my Christmas Journal. You could watch it first, if you’re new to the series, and then move on to Making a Christmas Junk Journal for myself and then continue from there, although you might save the entire […]

An ode to the Journals of my life

An ode to the Journals of my life

Would you say you have a relationship with your journal(s)? If you do, you know what I mean when I tell you about my relationship with my diary/journal today. Because, to me, it’s a friend to hold close in the darkness… To have a journal, wether it is a private diary or an art journal […]

New Year, New Diary

New Year, New Diary

It’s a new year, actually a whole new decade! I have high hopes that this year and the coming decade will be filled with dreams coming true and hope for the future blossoming in new generations. But when I think of all the things I want to create I get a little overwhelmed. There are […]

Nanami Cafe Notebook

Nanami Cafe Notebook

History is a relentless master. It has no present, only the past rushing into the future. To try to hold fast is to be swept aside. John F. Kennedy Did you know that writing paper from Japan can be as thin as 52 gsm? I used to think that the copy paper I use for […]

Index Cards | Delicious ambiguity

Index Cards | Delicious ambiguity

Some stories dont have a clear beginning, middle and end. Life is about not knowing, having to change, taking the moment and making the best of it, without knowing whats going to happen next. Delicious ambiguity. Gilda Radner I’ve been playing on some Index cards (that is, filling them with colors). It’s a daily challenge […]