Actually, it started with a little dusting of the bookshelf I keep my journals on. I realized that this glue book would get too thick if I tried to use all the pages, so I started to tear out some blank pages.
While I was tearing out pages, I thumbed through and took some pictures of some of my favorite spreads.
I guess technically this isn't a glue book, because I did do some doodling like the top right side of this page.
Once I got done thinning out my gluebook, I had a stack of perfectly good paper that begged to be part of a project.
That led to this journal with a simple stitched spine.
The toile paper is wallpaper. It's a newer wallpaper and nice and sturdy, not crumbly like some paper.
While I was sorting through my wallpaper, I ran into a box of wallpaper scraps, and put them together in this purse size journal.
Another simple binding with (minty) waxed dental floss finished with a button.
Sewing the signatures in my little wallpaper book reminded me that I've been meaning to use this old celluloid covered photo album into a journal. To make this, I followed the instructions from Mary Ann Moss's Full Tilt Boogie class.
That was my book binge weekend.
Next weekend, I'll want to work in one of them- but I'm not sure where to start!