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Starry nights and long and winding roads…

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Well maybe not so winding, but long it is, the road I painted on a custom requested Traveler’s Notebook.

Before I went on holiday I got a request for a custom traveler’s Notebook with a picture of a gorgeous view of the milky-way in the sky and a road leading toward a soft sunset in the far distance. The view of the milky way was so beautiful, I wished we could see the stars here like this, but I’m afraid there’s a bit too much light pollution going on in our crowded little country.

The Traveler’s Notebook is well underway to its new home so here are a few pictures of it.

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It started out looking like this.

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and I had every intention of making photo’s while I was painting it…but failed horribly.

That’s the trouble with getting all caught up into the painting…

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I also made several other TN’s, but I’ll keep those for later. In the mean time there is a little treat for those that like to make their own inserts.

I made a cute dot-grid insert with some doodled arrows I had in my media stash. 

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I have no clue where they came from, but they were in my free to use folder.

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Therefore it’s available from my free templates folder, which you can find via this page.

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And since I needed a new journaling booklet, I printed one for myself and made a booklet.

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I love how I can now print my own decorated papers and make my booklet covers with them. With the A3 printer, I even had paper left over to make a cover for my next personal size diary and make one of my bookmarks with leather tabs, to match the cover. Next I will use it to make folders…the sky is the limit as they say, so here are a few more images of the lovely milky way TN.

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I really like how he turned out.

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I’m off now to go and work on my special project with angels (ssst don’t tell anyone, it’s a secret) and I hope I will be able to show you that next time….

I hope you enjoyed this and I wish you a lovely weekend.

Author: Monique

IT engineer, Artisan, Artist and Designer. Mother of 2 kids and 4 cats. You can find my traveler's notebooks @ morganlefaestrinkets on Etsy

2 thoughts on “Starry nights and long and winding roads…

  1. Absolutely amazing!!! You are beyond talented!!
    le

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