I built it on the Remains of the Day model from Maryann Moss's class. Definitely worth taking. It's a lot of fun, and it provides a wonderful way to get rid of all those scraps of paper or fabric that are laying around. The end result is really cool, and it makes for a great place to journal. You don't even have to journal on every page, since there' s hardly any room left.
That doesn't seem to bother MaryAnn and she just journals right on top of existing text, glue photos where she wants, and adds paper cutouts or stencils.
For anyone ever afraid of the white page, here's a cure.
I've included in mine bits of textile art that are significant to me, as well as bits of ephemera Toni sent me for my birthday. (Valentine's day, everyone!!!! It's coming soon.)
It's wonderful to have a spot for all these precious bits, and to see it each time I open my book.
These can be used a travel journals, or for sending someone far away a slice of your day. Just photograph everything you do that day, and send it to them. I'm making one on my birthday, to share that day with my sister who is in France.