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June 22, 2008


michelle ward

Ursula - great to see your samplers of rubbings and resists AND the pages you made with them. It was also fun to see you revisit the tool kit with all those fab supplies organized and ready-for-anything. Thanks for sharing with the team!


I like what you did with the resist papers -- a very nice journal page! It's a perfect time to revisit the travel kits. School just let out for the summer here and I'm itching to get away. Your example is inspiring me to get my kit together. Thanks!

Megan P

the resist is really effective, gives some interesting textures too.


Thanks for sharing this, it reminds me that I did that kit crusade later on too, I now have a tiny bag with papers in it to go at leat outside in the garden but I never blogged it, maybe I need to do that. I've done the resist crusade though and it was fun. your butterfly looks great!


The box is awesome! What a great place to store your journaling kits.


Hi Ursula,
your resists look ALL great, that butterfly looks specially beautifull! And I LOVE your journaling kit! I have one too (it changes all the times, the content I mean) but for me it is great to know I can grab my kit when I know there is some time to journal on the road. Hope you have the same experience,


Love your rubbings. At least you have put it to use. I am still trying to come up with something for mine. Thanks for the tip about having more than one type of mobile kit. It is a great idea.


*nod nod nod* Yep I took a travel journal kit all over Europe and it was divine. It MAKES you use minimal stuff, and the results are great as you dont spend time wondering what to use or shuffling through your junk to get it. The case looks fantastic, a work of art in itself.

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