Did a bit of work on the page for four letter words.
Posted one year ago
Other notes for this Goal:
Pages To Do (11):
-Compost this page. Watch it deteriorate.
-Do a really ugly drawing (use a really ugly subject matter
-Make prints using an ink pad and cut vegetables.
-Sample various substances found in your home. Document what they are. Create color themes.
-Document a boring event in detail.
-Glue in a photo of yourself you dislike. Deface.
-Draw lines using abnormal writing utensils dipped in ink or paint. (sticks, spoon, twist ties, comb, etc.)
-Fill in this page when you are really angry.
-This page is a sign. What do you want it to say?
-Give away your favorite page.
-Doodle over the top of this page, and in the margins.
Pages In Progress (need more work before I'd call them "done") (9):
-Use this as a test page (for pens, paints, markers or art supplies)
-Place for your grocery lists (I like what someone else did for this one, saving receipts instead of making lists)
-Collect stamps off all your mail (Maybe do a bunch of postcrossing and save those stamps? I want this page to be stampier)
-Scribble wildly using borrowed pens (I could stand to borrow more pens)
-Glue random items here (again, I'd like to cover the page if possible)
-Draw lines with your pen or pencil. Lick your finger and smear the lines.
-Cover this page with white things
-Page for four-letter words.
I've created a non-stop line, and added some stains to the stain log.
I feel like I should mention that when I started working on this again, I had 20 pages to do and 6 in progress (I want to add more to them). I've now got 14 pages to do and 7 in progress (one of them moved), so that's where I am today. :)
I cleaned up the mess from Green making smoothies on the "Make a mess, clean it up" page. I don't know if that counts but it's now got avocado and peanut butter on it, so I'm calling it a win.
I glued dryer lint to the "collect your pocket lint" page.
I hid a secret message somewhere in the book and I REALLY WANT TO SAY WHERE because it's not that terribly exciting a message, but that would defeat the purpose of HIDING it, wouldn't it?
Finished the Throw Something page (threw hot wax at it, at Green's suggestion), Picked up the journal without using my hands (used feet and teeth), and added a whole bunch to the Cover with White Things page, including a little knitted pocket to stick things in. :)
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