Ian’s back with the long awaited digital download collection for his popular Butterfly Ball journal. As requested by many he has put each of all 10 signature designs, with the ephemera tags, pockets, tuck spots and journaling cards into two collections. One for the US paper size and one for the metric A4 paper size. Click the YouTube link below to see what’s in the collection.
If you’d like more information or to purchase either of the two Butterfly Ball digital download collections you can click the product links below for the version you are interested in. Enjoy!
Having recently got my hands on a sewing machine, and spending countless hours working out how it works and what goes where. I wanted to use the sewing machine to add bits of ephemera and decoration to the pages of a junk journal I’d been creating. This is the fruits of all my practicing, working with the machine and creating a useful junk journal!
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.
Today I’ve decided to use up some of my Tim Holtz paper doll stash in a dedicated altered book to be used as an art journal. Before I can start using up the dolls in the pages, I’ve got to alter and prepare the book for first use!
To watch how I altered the book from start to finish, click the YouTube link below!
Keep an eye out for some pages being created in this new book in the next few days!
Due to the Covid-19 virus pandemic sweeping the world, it is to be expected that postal services will be affected globally.
Your orders will continue to be processed and posted by me as per my normal operating Ts & Cs (see General Terms & Conditions - Shipping & Dispatch), however, once they are in the hands of the postal services, they are beyond my control or influence. I ask that you please be patient – your orders will get to you as soon as is humanly possible.
Thank you. Mike XO (Sept 2020) Dismiss