A couple of weeks ago, I was planning a trip to visit my daughter and was looking for an easier way to bring art making supplies. Without bringing my whole studio! I decided to go micro-mini. Luckily for all concerned, not with my wardrobe…if you know what I mean!
I searched for anything I could find that was tiny to see how much I could ft into this travel case. Success was mine…I could barely lift it!
I’ve kept it packed so that all I have to do is grab it and go. Sometimes I just want to sit in front of the T.V. and play…and that’s exactly what I do!
I’ve continued to work on them since arriving back home and had some fun embellishing them with every wayward, or unwanted, paperclip in my stash…so much fun!
This is a page spread I worked on while visiting my daughter. We stayed super busy, so I only got a couple done.
Limiting the bits and pieces I can use really helps me think outside the box, or travel case if you will. I love the challenge of making the randomness come together cohesively!
Those page tabs are from the recent Planner Society Kit Club offerings. I love all that fuss at the top of my pages!
I’m trying to get used to stamping in my journals. I have a boat load of stamps and ink pads, but I get extremely frustrated at how lame I am at stamping! Practice, practice, practice…grrr!
This is my favorite part of art journaling, using something that has been bouncing around my studio for years! I have refused to get rid of that tiny paper clip, hoping that someday I would find the the perfect home for it…Bingo!
So, there you have it. Much ado about some mini-ness!
Thank you so much for stopping in,
Have a wonderful week,