I told you what I bought already, but here they are again:
Paris, mon appartement a moi published by Editions de Paris
Couleurs a Paris-Editions de Paris
Paris Style Kitchen and Dining published by up-on factory
Cook Until Desired Tenderness by Cleo Papanikolas -(Northatlanticbooks.com) bought at Castle in the Air in Berkeley
The books that are leaving are:
Happy Voodoo Gris Gris (I am not selling this one. I'm going to cut it up.)
Making & Keeping Creative Journals by Suzanne Tourtillot
Altered Books, Collaborative Journals and Other Adventures in Bookbinding by Holly Harrison
In This Garden by Angela Cartwright and Sarah Fishburn
I thought I'd try something here. Instead of bringing these to the used bookstore, I'm going to sell them here on the blog. The cheapest prices on amazon for the Altered Books and In This House are about $11 each, Making & Keeping (hardcover, btw) is $4.
BOOKS SOLD! THANK YOU!
Please stay tuned for more books!
I just ordered two books (I'll post about them soon) and I know there are a small (oh, how I can only hope) amount of new books coming out this year (I'll do that post soon). If people are interested in buying my books, I'll do this again.
I hope that you enjoyed my before and after journal page posts. I should clarify that the 'before' pages were all started in my classes as collage samples. I work alongside my students to demonstrate as I teach. None of the before pages were finished in any way. I usually would add journaling or something else to them when I got home. However, in the journal I'm working in now, I wanted to work and rework pages (even the ones that were finished) to see how far I can push them. I can still go back later on and rework them, if I want to. I probably won't (at least now). I'm always a big fan of making multiple color copies and reworking them. I also love using the same image and seeing how far I can push it. That's the neat thing about working in your journal: there are no mistakes, just endless possibilities!