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Journaling / planning / scrapbooking makes you broaden your horizons in some very... unexpected ways. I've started laughing today when I noticed I was customizing my journal cover using: a) a cross-shaped screwdriver, b) a long nail, c) an upholstery needle I bought once in some stroke of brilliance/foresight.

What's the weirdest tool/medium your journaling/planning made you use?

Date: 2017-05-20 12:28 am (UTC)
lunabee34: (Default)
From: [personal profile] lunabee34
I am extremely vanilla so far, but I'm looking forward to other responses.

*camps out in post*

Date: 2017-05-26 04:04 pm (UTC)
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Date: 2017-05-20 12:41 am (UTC)
used_songs: (World peace)
From: [personal profile] used_songs
Well, I once experimented with writing on clear sheets of plastic (like the old overhead transparencies) with a permanent marker. I was going for an overlay look, but it was very difficult to manage and smeared a lot. I've also covered things in foil ... and then lots of tape when the foil started to rip. When I was journaling in giant scrapbooks, the pegs would always pop out under the mass of stuff I would insert in the book, so I had to tie everything back together.

Date: 2017-05-20 05:32 pm (UTC)
used_songs: (omfg! dinosaur)
From: [personal profile] used_songs
Maybe so. I think it was probably the plastic - some of the overhead transparency films have a coating so you can print on them and I think I probably had some of those mixed in. I was using the leftover bits of boxes of them.


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