Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Could I (Therapy Scrapping Journal)

On 26th May, I have to go to my Therapy Scrapping Journal for the first time. It's a stressful day due to more follow-ups with my new home. The fault is just a never ending kind of thing. It's really very tiring having to call and get the right people to come all the time.

There is just too much to oversee and take care of. I'm in doubt that whether I could handle all that by myself.

Below are some of the close-ups of this therapy scrapping page. I won't be sharing the how-tos as it is simply an expression of my feelings and thoughts during at that moment.






I'm hoping there would be a reference to tell me the answer and a light to show me the way.
Does any of you has a therapy scrapping journal? Try creating one when you need someone to talk to, to listen, to answer or even if you have a wish.
I'll be sharing more of this journal if I need to go to it again.
Sources: Card Stock: Bazzill; Pattern Papers: Jenni Bowlin Studio, K&Company; Inks: Ranger Distress Ink, Tsukineko Staz On, Ranger Embossing Ink; Stamps: Queen Kat Designs, Making Memories; Rub-Ons: Jenni Bowlin Studio; Others: Ranger Distress Embossing Powder, Ranger Distress Stickles, Gesso, charm, paper ribbon, vellum, floss for stitching, Zip Dry, Glue Dots, Helmar Glue and other adhesives.

11 comments:

cabbie lopez said...

wow! how could you achieve that so beautiful therapy journal! i love it! just by looking at your journal cover is already therapeutic! bow to you.

amylynn said...

This is an awesome idea....I may have to do one myself. I so enjoy creating and should do something for therapy....just to create....without strings. Thank you for the inspiration!

Tereza Crump aka MyTreasuredCreations said...

I have one...It's actually most about my children and my struggles with motherhood. I use a hardback book and then I alter the pages and paint, make collages, use photos of my children, journal. It's relaxing type of thing. :)

Кари Сол said...

I don't have a words - just WOW!!!!!!
Love your works...

Sue Abbott said...

INSPIRATIONAL, I don't know haw you do it, so much going on, but all blending together as on beautiful piece of art work.
Sue x

Jane said...

What a gorgeous journal Irene and what a greast idea!! I think we all need one of those at times!!!

sharingmydaze said...

Your journal is quite beautiful. Writing out your emotions and thoughts is healing. Remember that if a challenge comes your way somewhere deep inside of you there is the strength to meet it.

fablady said...

This is so creative and stunning,love the idea behind it,well I should do one,you have inspired me.

Chris said...

This is absolutely stunning. I don't have a therapy scrap journal, but I do tend to do some Book of Me pages about rough times when I need to get the feelings out. While all of those layouts are hidden in a drawer right now, maybe one day I will share them with the people close to me. But not yet.

Marsha said...

I am about to start a journal scrapbook myself, but I haven't decided what size to work with. I only scrapbook using 12 x 12. Is your journal 12 x 12?

Irene Tan aka Scrapperlicious said...

Hi Marsha,

My journal is about the size of 6x6. You could have your journal in any size you want. Have fun.

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