This page started as a scrap paper on which I had stamped off gesso using my Shiva stamp and my gelli plate. I adhered it into the book, and then it sat for a while. Little by little, I accumulated different pieces of ephemera, that all combined to create a page that was ultimately pleasing to me.
The "fingers" on the top and bottom of the right side of the page are from one of the hands on the Namaste stencil. I thought they looked cool, once separated from the palms. The five medallions are from the centers of those hands.
The page on the left features Mary Nasser's Latitude Longitude Stencil.
Here's another page that started and then sat. It began with a beautiful piece of Mail Art from Corrine Gilman.
It evolved using my Hamsa Stamp from RubberMoon, and my Hebrew Calligraphy stencil from Stencil Girl.
The other side actually evolved first with tags, and I posted about it here on the Stencil Girl Talk blog.
Those hands come in handy, as you can see in this post.
Do you journal sequentially in one book at a time, or have different journals going all at once? Do you work on a page from start to finish? Or do you sometimes let pages sit for a while? Interested minds want to know!
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