Overall, I used the same format as I have in previous months (January + February). A month divider. One sheet of cardstock, divided among two page protectors to hold my photos and journaling.
I used a piece of patterned paper cut to 4x7 as my monthly divider. Simply embellished with a doily, small black BG letters, and some seam binding. Love that stuff.
I had placed the pink clothespin on there to keep the seam binding in place while I stitched it, but decided to leave it in place.
vellum garland just seemed to match, and I was able to continue it throughout my pages of journaling.
My hands are definitely not that steady so I used a round wood veneer to get evenly shaped circles.
brown, blue, and white. I used washi tape to hold the
camera and more vellum garland. I like how it continues the look of stitching from the divider, but without all the effort. Hopefully you can see how the 6x12 sheet of cardstock is folded over and tucked into the page protector to create extra space for journaling.
Amy Tangerine cityscape stamp, stamped in grey and colored in with watercolors. I may sometimes dip my brush in old tea and wipe it off on my grey sweatshirt because I am a very conscientious painter like that.
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