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The Elemental Journal

Composing Artful Expressions from Items Cast Aside

By Tammy Kushnir

Format: Paperback

SKU# Z7346

Create Expressive Books from Salvaged Treasures

As any creative mind knows, things aren't always what they seem. Rusty doorknobs, cardboard containers and plastic packaging may seem like trash to some, but in The Elemental Journal, they are transformed into expressive, artful books that are equal parts journal and assemblage. Craft these journals to hold your secrets or express your inner thoughts, and discover new ways to use wood, paper, fabric, plastic and metal in your art.

Peek inside The Elemental Journal and you will find . . .

  • 15 step-by-step journal projects made from unusual materials and found objects, from tree bark to dismantled photo albums to tin boxes.
  • Tips for seeking out materials for your journals in flea markets, garage sales, and in your own attic or trash can.
  • Inspiring gallery projects from 9 contributing artists, including Susan Tuttle, Jen Osborn and Jill Berry.
  • One artist's trash is another's treasure. Discover yours with The Elemental Journal.

    Check out this free excerpt from The Elemental Journal: How to create your own simplicity journal using fabric, needle and thread!

    SKU Z7346
    Additional Feature 300 color illustrations, 10 black & white illustrations
    Author/Speaker/Editor Tammy Kushnir
    File/Trim Size 8.25 x 10.875
    Format Paperback
    ISBN 13 9781440305368
    Number Of Pages 128

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    Ideas Outside of the Box for Book Artists Review by Tonia
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    Book artists and art journalers alike will find not only thought-provoking prompts for making books with personal meaning, the gorgeous photography in this book speaks volumes. There are still several projects I wish to try and I love that the materials are simple and easy to find.

    (Posted on 9/19/2013)

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