Thursday, March 04, 2010

A Little Red Book (part 4)

More pages from the little Red Book, and these are not even the last ones! This little book is a joy to work in. I like the small pages and the idea that you do not need much time to finish a page.
Normally I like to work with a cohesive spread, but in this book I have let go most of the 'rules' (as if there were any, ├╝berhaupt) and elements I like to work with.
The only thing that is consistent throughout the book are the use of words.But even the words on the pages don't make up the complete story.
Some stories have no start and no ending - you just plunge into it and follow along. Or better still: make up your own story and fill in the blanks with your own imagination.

8 comments:

Ingrid Dijkers said...

VERY nice book!
AND great photos!

Shelley Malone said...

Jacqueline, these are gorgeous! My favourite from this batch is the Beautiful Mess page. Do you do all your journaling in English?

Lindart said...

I love your little red book! Beautiful! I especially like the first pages you did in your first post. And I like the way you took your photos!

Paula Phillips said...

Wow, just found your blog from BAJ, and I'm glad I did! Some great work here!
Much Love

Purrplekatt said...

Love all these pages in the little journal! So vibrant. :)

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ayra k said...
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ayra k said...

I love those pages, especially the colours used in the unstuck page; there's so many layers... do you remember what medium you used on that page?

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