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-- 21 May, 2006 --

Moleskine No.2

Moleskine No.2
Originally uploaded by Robynls.
I couldn't see the day when I would finish a whole Moleskine ... but I did! Now I have started on book 2 from my little stash of Moleskine sketchbooks. It is a lot easier to stop being precious about these lovely little sketchbooks when you have a pile of them that you got cheap.

So ... having soiled the first few pages of book number 2, how do you tell them apart when they all have plain black covers? Decorate the covers, of course!

The faux leather covers don't really lend themsleves to any of the art materials that I am comfortable with using. I wandered around the stationary department of Big W and eventually came across the scrapbooking supplies. A cheap pack of border stickers seemed just the thing to me.

Call me The Cat Woman!

Posted by robynls at May 21, 2006 4:02 PM

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Love the fishy skeletons!

Posted by: Maggie at May 21, 2006 9:46 PM

Great idea. I don't yet own any moleskines. But eventually I will.

Posted by: Marilyn at May 22, 2006 3:34 AM

Stickers are a great idea, and I love your cat and fish-es! :-D
I've made a wrap to glue onto the finished sketchbook(just like the one that is originally on the book) to decorate the cover and have the date on the spine section, but that doesn't help while it's being used, so I'm going to try your idea, too!

Posted by: Linda at May 22, 2006 7:11 AM

What a great idea using stickers, very creative.

Posted by: mz. em at May 23, 2006 8:11 AM

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