I loved my first Corona days notebook so much, that I decided to make another one, again using my April counterfeit kit.
For this notebook, I used pp for the inner pages, so I actually combined two of Keren Skubatch's tutorials - Here and Here.
I also adhered pp to the inner covers and used the extra of the spine to create two little pockets on each cover, where I added some tags.
On each page I added a spot to write, stickers and mini cards for decoration. Each page is designated for writing down ideas, thoughts, projects I want to make during the lockdown, wishes for the day after the crisis ends, etc.
So let's have a look in the inside of this springy notebook:
Opening - inside cover with tags and 1st page - my new daily routine:
Pages 2 & 3 - good things about this period (and yes, one of them is lots of crafting time!), and a page for work:
Pages 6 & 7 - 'I miss...' for all the things that I don't have on this period and that I miss. 'It about time to...' for all the home projects that I never get to do, and now I have time/energy to do (anyone said something about organizing my craft room?):
Pages 10 & 11 - well, I think I want to make a lot of crafting projects, so I left another page for the list... The other page is 'I also want...' - for other leisure activities I want to do (tv series binge, watching movies that are on my list, books I want to read, home spa, etc.):
Pages 14 & 15 - 'Something good is about to happen' - plans for the day after (haircut for sure!), and 'I'm prouod of myself' - all the things I managed to do during this period (from all the previous lists... one of them - have lots of patience...).
Page 16 & back cover - 'Moving on'... for returning to the old routine, and another small pocket with a tag.
Now, do you agree with me that ' Good vibes only', or what?
This notebook is a real 'mix 'em up', as I used here papers from different companies (DCWV, Carta Bella, Echo Park, WhiteRus), washi tapes, stickers from different companies, lots of stamps, punches, dies - you name it. Therefore I enter it to the current challenge at Little Red Wagon.
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