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Adding Inspiration To Journal Pages

02/20/2020

My earliest memories of stickers are the stars my piano teacher used to mark the rare occasion my playing measured up to her standards. I was anything but an apt pupil. Nevertheless, those shiny stars were good for a modest sense of accomplishment. I hadn’t given them a thought in the ensuing years until I discovered these 44mm x 44mm Van Gogh stickers.

Now I can embellish journal pages or decorate unremarkable covers with small versions of some of my favorite paintings. The colors are inspiring and isn’t that the perfect thing to encourage filing a journal page.

Van Gogh Sticker

There are several sets of washi tapes and stickers I would like to buy though on most of my journal pages, hand drawn doodles fill the margins leaving little space for stick-on additions.

I do enjoy variety on my written pages. Do you? How do you make your pages visually interesting?

 

Washi paper stickers

Van Gogh stickers

Ukiyoe stickers

Van Gogh bundle

Geometric designs on washi tape

 

 

 

 

 

3 comments

  1. Oh man, I remember the stickers on the piano sheet music to make which ones were officially “finished”! That brings back memories.

    I have lots of washi tape, and I want to use it more in my journal, but I use a Hononichi Techo and I’m afraid that even the washi will make the pages uneven when I write on them. I used it a lot more frequently when I was using a Leuchtterm as a Bullet Journal.

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    • Test your washi tape. Maybe it will work well enough to be worth using.

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