Tuesday, June 23, 2009

~* Wreck This Journal *~

~ Week 3 ~

Welcome my fellow Wreckers!!

I am often to worried about my Journal being aesthetically pleasing, that I often forget what the purpose of the whole "Wrecking" truly is. This week, I decided to just open a page and do it. Nothing calculated or planned, just pure Wrecking!

The First page I opened to this week was "Scratch: Using Sharp Object". PERFECT!! I used Scissors (ooppsss cut the page), a Sewing Needle, Steel Wool (not really sharp, but it scratched the page), an Awl and Sand Paper (again, not sharp, but it worked!)

The second page I opened to this week was the "Close the Journal. Write/Scribble Something on the Edges" page.

For this page I wrote:
Live Love Laugh

Inspire Dream Create

Believe Imagine.

The next page that I opened was the "Sew this Page". I have been wanting to incorporate some ASL while Wrecking this Journal so I went back to my old ways of making things pretty! I retrieved some pretty Floss from my fiber drawer and began sewing an I Love You hand. I also sewed down the page and added beads and flipped up the bottom corner to try and go back to the true meaning of "Wrecking This Journal".

And the last page for this week was "Do Some Rubbings with a Pencil". This was alot of fun as I remember doing this as a kid. I used the front and back of a 1922 Game Coin, Paper Clip, Making Memories tin box, Pie Server, Sand Dollar, Metal Letter Stamps, Toy Block, USB drive and a Ceiling Tin (takes up most of the first page). If you are ever looking for your Inner Child, this is the task to do to bring them out!

I hope you all had as much fun as I did this week! See ya next Week!!

Take a look at what others are doing over at The Next Chapter!

1 comment:

  1. Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!


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