no problems with the last page arriving because I have another journal already in waiting
The next journal is made from an old wallpaper sample book, the cover and wallpaper samples were used. I am not particular about paper since by the time I finish with a page with all the paint, glue and collage there is very little left of the foundation paper. The pages made of the samples are very thick and sturdy. A few backgrounds have already been started in this journal.
I used a loose coptic stitch for binding the book. The plan is with a loose binding that it will allow for the pages as they grow in thickness. Most times, my journals are nearly exploding by the time they are finished.
These numbers come in sheets and I leave them intact and spray and stencil the entire sheet.
Then take the numbers apart. You can color the edges using a sharpie. They make for unique and easy painted chipboard. And the best part about these chipboard numbers is that they are adhesive backed. Just peel off the paper backing and they are ready to use.
I have just a few of the Chipboard Number Sets available on the Tuscan Rose Web Site -click here for more details.