I totally feel sorry for all the people suffering from the negative degree temperatures on the east coast. I couldn’t handle those frigid temps.
I sit here in SoCal, it’s drizzling, it’s humid, and it’s 62 degrees (but feels like 75). I love the rain, my only complaint, this humidity is killing my hair. My curly hair is poofing out big time! Seriously, I belong in one of those hair bands from the 80s.
Anyway, as I’ve been rained in, I’ve been creating. Tons. Something all these creations have in common, botanicals. I think it has something to do with that saying, January showers bring February flowers?!?
So, check out the floral creation I made in my bullet journal.
I wanted to concentrate on one flower for this layout. But first, I needed to block out several sections of the layout for my schedule. With some paper, I blocked out areas I did not want the stamp to transfer to.
After the layout was prepped, I used my acrylic block and this pink ink pad, and stamped the entire page with one flower from this set. These stamps are super cool because they are actually layering stamps. Although I didn’t use the layering function for this layout, layering stamps provide more details than a traditional stamp. With each layer, a different color should be used as a means to accentuate the previous layer.
I also used my black brush pen and lettered (abbreviated) the days of the week into each circle bubble (Saturday and Sunday are combined into one).
Notebooks and Stencil (similar)
Ink Pad, Acrylic Block, and Stamps