I realized that I've been accumulating an awful lot of sample papers and fabrics, and occasionally I have even had a difficult time remembering what techniques a given piece is supposed to be an example of. That could be very inconvenient if I decided to use one of them in the future for another project! I don't really want to have to look back through all my files to find pictures of the piece.
So I decided to use an old photo album that I had bought years ago and turn it into a journal of sorts. First I took it apart and cleaned it up, removing some of the pages for (maybe) later use.
I used double-stick tape to tack the pieces into the journal loosely.
The best part? I printed out the date and outline of instructions for each piece and taped it into the journal under the example piece.
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