Back when I was in first grade, I’d play in the backyard and on occasion I’d find feathers in the grass.
Now, I can’t remember the particulars of the feathers other then they were typically grey or brown in color.
Well, one day I found a metallic shimmery feather, I had never seen one like it before. I wanted to keep it and hang it in my room, but my mom said no because “feathers are dirty and have tiny bugs in them.”
I wish she had shared this information with me prior to my fascination with feathers. Afterall, I liked the feel of running feathers across my arm and my cheek. Yep, gross.
So anyway, as I continued playing in the backyard, I stumbled upon the owner of that feather. It was dead and covered in all sorts of creepy crawly creatures. I never touched another feather again.
First, this is the bullet journal I use.
I planned on using stamps for this layout so I blocked off areas of the journal with paper. This was to ensure that I didn’t get the stamp in unwanted areas.
For the month, I used this brush and painted the word November with this gold paint. Just a warning, this journal isn’t designed for heavy watercolor use. I did not dilute the paint nor did I use a lot of it. Too much paint could seep and ruin other pages! I used a brown pen from this set for the dates this layout covers.
Last, I wrote in the word thanksgiving with the brownish/gold pen from this set.
Stamps, Blocks and Ink
Paint and Brush