Sunday, 26 January 2014

Make a Doodle Border


That was our mission for The Documented Life Project this week: Make a Doodle Border. I grabbed a sheet of watercolour paper, cut it to size and divided it with various different washi tapes. Then I doodled in the areas left over. So I did in fact doodle many borders, not just one. I used Promarkers to colour in my doodles and added black and white markers to provide contrast on the page. You can see it tipped into the Moleskine planner above. I added some more borders on the date section of the planner on the left. This time they were stamped (from Dylusions).
I enjoyed this playful activity so much that I turned my sheet over and did it all again on the other side. You can see the detail above and the whole page beneath where it is folded out and I have added a notecard underneath, tipped in from the top beneath which and on the back I will do my journalling this coming week.
If nothing else it will provide a hefty dose of colour every time I open my planner to note things down and it looks like that will be sorely needed as once again the forecast is for wet and windy weather.

4 comments:

Linda said...

what pretty ,pretty colors and doodles Frieda-very cheery indeed!
I have several stamps sets by Dylusions including the ones you have and they are a favorite go to of the MANY stamps I own :)

Vic at Blossom and Snowflakes said...

Hi, just found your blog from the DLP. Your borders are so colourful! I'm really enjoying these challenges:)

massofhair said...

Loving your doodle borders so colorful and fun. Great take on the DLP prompt this week:) xxx

Terri said...

Brilliant! Truly....all those fab colors and designs...I love it! What a fun class you are taking.
Hugs,
Terri

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