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Ian’s 2nd Collage Art Journal Page

Having had a lot of fun making the lst collage art journal page and video, Ian decided he wanted to create another one! This time he wanted to ensure that the collage kit he used was available for everyone to purchase so that they could download and art/craft along with him as he creates his page.

You can watch the video by clicking the YouTube link below or pop over to my website to purchase the digi kit so that you’re ready to play along with Ian.

Click to watch on YouTube
Click for more information about the digi kit or to make your purchase!
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Tabbed – Vintage Style Index Tabs

After recently creating an art journal page with some vintage style index tabs in my Volume of the Dolls art journal (see below)…

…many of you expressed an interest in me producing a set of blank and worded tabs as a printable digital download. Well here they are – 5 Pages of index tabs (18 per sheet), one sheet blank, one sheet totally blank with just outlines so you can print onto what ever coloured or patterned paper you wish and three pages of worded index tabs in a grungy vintage style which also include the 12 months and 7 days of the week!

Click the image below for more information or to purchase your own set! Enjoy!

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New Perpetual Calendar Digi Downloads

Today I’m sharing two new digital download sets for creating perpetual calendars in your handmade journals, junk journals, travellers notebooks or lapbooks.

There are two new sets and two new styles to create and alter. Both sets have the option of total customisation with colour, language and when you want your weeks to start! Click the YouTube link below for a closer look at how the sets work.

You can find both sets in my online store by clicking the links below.

Set 1
Set 2
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“Mona Christmas” – Day 4 – 7 Days of Christmas, 2019

In Day 4 of my 7 Days of Christmas series for 2019 I’m getting a little whimsical with this cute version of The Mona Lisa – with a Christmassy twist of course!

To watch my entire creation process from start to finish, click the YouTube link below!

The digi download set can be found by clicking the image below!