Sunday, September 6, 2009

Journals from Super Nova Class

I've been taking another new class and it has been wonderful. We are learning how to make three different types of journals. The pics shown are the first style. I had so much fun, I ended up making two. They are made with watercolor paper for the inside pages, but you could use any kind of paper to make them.


The "Time" journal was covered with a page I had made awhile back that I really liked. I covered the journal with muslin and then put the page on top of that.
The orange journal I covered with paper and then added the awesome doily half and embellished that to finish it. I love the way it turned out.
I think I will get myself some more papers and make some of these to sell when I open my Etsy store for artwork.
The class is the one I mentioned in an earlier post. Julie Pritchard is the teacher and her site is
The class is very affordable and is part one of her SuperNova class. The second part will be journaling. The class is ongoing so you can sign up at any time and learn at your own pace. She is a great teacher and very thorough with how she presents the infomation. Videos are great!!
I will post next weeks journals when I get them done.
I hope you are all having a wonderful end of summer holiday weekend!

5 comments:

lori vliegen said...

hi sue! your journals are terrific!! i'm so impressed that you made two! and i love your covers....at first i thought that the doily was stenciled on....it looks really cool! and your time cover is awesome....love your lettering! i definitely think that you should put these in your etsy shop! i can't wait for our next project! :)

Sharon said...

Hi Sue,
You are making great journals. And lucky you won a free class. Thanks for your visit and yes finding time to play ART is always on my search list.

LostLuggage said...

Thank you, Sue!!

xo

Martha Lever said...

These are really really great, Sue!

Scrappy Cat said...

I LOVE your journals!! I thought about taking this class, but haven't yet. I'm also interested in the journaling class. I'll be watching for your next journals.