On my page I tore a piece of tissue wrapping paper from a recent happy mail order and layered it with a watercolor tag that had been mispunched. A stamped portion of an incorrectly written receipt was salvaged, and with small scraps of washi tape it looks fresh and new. A receipt from our local bakery rounds out the corner and a tiny Eucalyptus leaf from a long faded bouquet that has been composted is clipped onto some vellum that was a discarded corner of a past project.
Look around your home and maybe even at past art projects you are not satisfied with and see what you can recycle into a new page. Any paper product can be turned into a potentially lovely journaling element.
Don’t forget to add something you are grateful for to your positive aspects page, and to also tag your journal pages on Instagram #wildthorneoctober so that I may see them and comment.
I am very thankful for all the kind comments and messages in regards to our looming power outage. We are still busily working behind the scenes and I am delighted that I was able to get online to post todays prompt with you.