The outside was made with some pretty Prima papers from the Wild and Free collection. As this journal is all about hand lettering I made sure some of the gorgeous vintage lettering was showing, just for inspiration.
Ok, now to the inserts:
Here is the first one, practising drawing banners.
A few slightly more complex banners, patterns, and a page of drills. I do loads and loads of those almost every day, it's the only way to get better....
Yet more banners and practising words, mistakes and all I'm afraid.
And finally I share some lettering designs, all of these were copied from things I found on Pinterest mostly. They take ages to do, but I love doing them....
On the left some encouraging words for myself to keep going, and on the right playing with different ways to write a date. Below still a few lettered quotes.
Lesson to learn here, - don't write on too thin paper, it bubbles...... duh
Here I was experimenting with using pencils rather than markers to colour my design. The original was a chalkboard design.
And here the final one, coloured with a mix of Tombow Brush pens, coloured pencils and a white gelli roll pen.
Lastly, if any of you are Eileen Hull's journal die lovers, there is an awesome Facebook group that you can join, here is a link: Journal Lovers Fanclub
Well that's it for today, thanks for your visit and I hope you will find something creative time.