Just a few more journal pages from this past month to share...
I am sorry to see this little journal coming to an end, but at the same time, I can't resist working in it. I need to go find the seller on etsy, and see if I can't get another. The cover is made from a Whole Foods bag, but has been treated so that it's nearly indestructible. It's withstood tumbling around in my purse for several months now. Its size is perfect, and it's nearly filled with random bits from the art desk and bits of my life.
Memories of mom fill this page. She so loved cherries and for many years worked in a sewing factory. (The woman came from a sewing pattern envelope.) The rest of it? No particular reason; I just liked how it all came together. Sometimes I get so impatient, and out comes the stapler because I can't be bothered to weight images down to let the glue set. I just want to keep going.
As I dig through all my "stuff," I'm coming across the most amazing things, like these zetti legs. For awhile they were everywhere, and I suppose they're still around. I had great fun putting them together with the face and the image of the little guy trying to straighten the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Sometimes, I just know how he feels!
I've done a few more pages since these, and I'll be sharing them soon. Today was filled with good learning and happy children. Busyness floated through the classrooms, and we're working hard on metacognition!
Have a wonderful Wednesday, friends!