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Tuesday, 11 July 2017
Organizing Journaling Supplies
Topic: Bible Journaling

I reorganized my Bible journaling supplies and they can now be on display. I already had several boxes that look like books and they were all tucked away not being useful at all!

I had reference materials - books on lettering and sketching, printouts of alphabets, sketching reference material, etc (mostly 8 1/2x11) that I put in the large wooden box on the bottom of the stack.

The box with the purple binding has my Bible, a list of verses to work on, one drawing pencil, one journaling pen, a white eraser, a pencil sharpener and repositionable page flags.

On top of that is my box of colored pencils. I haven't figured out a way to repackage them so they stay in order.  Oooh-oooh-oooh, I just thought of something! I can build a slipcase that looks like a book and slide the metal bo inside. Yeah, I'll be doing that.

Topping the stack is a box of drawing paper and loose drawing pens and pencils.

Over on the left is a box containing a portable pop-up light and a box of my favorite pens.


In the next photo you can see that I put a bookmark in each one with the supplies listed so I don't have to keep opening them to find what I need.


The only thing not here is my Huion led light pad that I use for tracing my sketches into the Bible. It is too big for the display so it lives elsewhere.

This keeps everything neat and together.

Ddd


Posted by studio3d@ccgmail.net at 4:38 PM PDT

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