Blue Coptic Stitch Journal

Available for purchase. See details below.

I have decided to take possession of this journal to use in my next round of participating in the March 2016 #RockYourHandwriting challenge. So sorry! Not for sale anymore!

blue-1As promised (Did I promise this? Now I’m thinking maybe I didn’t. Well, I’m promising it now!) I have another beautiful, colorful coptic stitch journal to share with you, and this gem is for sale, as well.

blue-2This journal is the sister (or brother maybe… since it’s blue?) to the Imagine journal shared previously, as its interior pages are cut from the same stock as the pages used in the Imagine journal.

It is a bit more toned back than the previous journal as the cover is a simple wash of various blues in watercolor. But it still contains all the fun, colorful interior pages and its own shabby scrap-cloth tie in fun painted orange and yellow cloth.

blue-5This journal was another labor of love since every single page inside of it was hand-painted, front and back, as well as the cover. Then hand-stitched together.

I would LOVE to see this go out into the word and be used for its purpose. You can either use it for journaling, taking notes, sketching or art journaling or whatever else your heart desires. This would be a great Christmas gift, as well.

Yes! I said the “C” word! Hisssssssssss!

If you miss out on this one, don’t worry, as I will have more available in the future, although they may not be quite as detailed as this and the Imagine journal as far as all the painted pages goes.

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List of materials:

Strathmore Bristol paper
Strathmore Mixed Media paper
Bazzill cardstock
Cardboard
Winsor & Newton Watercolors
Golden Soft Gel Matte
Loops & Threads embroidery thread
Bee’s Wax
Recollections Bone folder
Martha Stewart scoring board
Needle
Awl
X-acto knife
Recollections cutting mat
J.A. Henckles Scissors
Scrap cloth
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