I'm still playing catch up from a very busy year of workshops. It was great, but so many things ended up on the back burner. I am desperately trying to take care of that all now, plus finalize some plans for 2014 workshops. Non-the-less, I still manage to squeeze in some journaling time.
Sometimes I enjoy just revamping old pages that just aren't to my liking.
Other times I sit down and work on pages I started and never quite got around to finishing ages ago.
And then sometimes I just want to prep pages for future journal entries. It also gives me the opportunity to work with and refine a technique, such as the "beading" you see below.
Not all pages are to my liking, but they are included anyways.
These pages were all done in my File Folder Journals (#4 and #5) .... my favorite journals to work in lately and as a result, the journals are rapidly filling up. Playing around and doing a bit of experimenting always leads to new ideas and soon I shall start constructing a new journal (and perhaps a new workshop as well!) to work in. I love the hunting and gathering process for the construction of a new journal and hope to have photos to share soon.