Tuesday 22 January 2013

My Paris Journal

It's finished at last! This is the little journal I took with me to Paris and Thank Goodness I did as hubby being ill left me at a bit of a loss as what to do! I took it thinking I would have some time in the evenings and before breakfast but I had best part of a day to play! I did go out on my own - even went on the Metro on my own but didn't stay out long!
I've taken photos in order so what you will see is what I see when I turn the pages!

The backgrounds were made before we went and I added doodling and found stuff while we were there, more stamping and photographs were added on our return. 
So that's it - until the next time!
Thanks for looking, Chris     


Words and Pictures said...

What an extraordinary record of your trip, Chris, and a beautiful object in its own right... Each background is so full of interest, and your journalling and photos add such life to it all. And of course, as a lover of neutrals, I think the cover is gorgeous!!
Alison x

patcrafts said...

Tres, tres bien j'aime beaucoup le petit livre, vraiment interessant. Pat xx

Lindsay Mason said...

Absolutely fantastic! And what an amazing amount of work you've put into that journal - a brilliant way to remember your trip. I also like the lacy backdrop for your it's a Paris journal the lace has taken on an ever so slightly racy feel! Lol!
Look forward to seeing your next ceations, Lindsay x x x

Artyjen said...

Great way to remember your trip....looks fab ;)
xoxo Sioux

Anna Karlsson Widmark said...

What a great journal! I'm definitely filing this idea for later use, it's a fantastic idea for recording memories from a trip!


505whimsygirl said...

Awesome!!!! What a wonderful way to remember your trip.


Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

Fab journal. I really must try doing this next time I go on holiday. I've never been to Paris!
Anne x

Liverpool Lou (Anne) said...

Hope hubby is better now ;-)
Anne x

Stitching Lady said...

I love that journal of yours. It is a beautiful work - you will love to look at it after years.