as one book closes, another opens

On friday I came to the final page of the page a day project. And the first page of a new book!

I’ve downsized for practicality – but every day has a double page spread so in terms of square inchage I have a little more area to cover daily.

Page 1/day 1 came with it’s first happy accident: doodling initially in yellow rollerball pen (effectively invisible in artificial light) sprayed ink through stencil and finding the ink running round the doodled lines.

Author: Mixy

artist, thing maker & idea magpie. I am making it all up, one bit at a time.

12 thoughts on “as one book closes, another opens”

  1. Hi, This is not a comment related to your lovely post but an apology for failing to respond to your kind nomination for an award a while back.
    I’m really sorry that I’ve totally failed to respond to the whole series of blogger nominations I’ve received over the last few weeks. I have felt deeply honored by the attention and kind words that so many have passed on to me. I’m afraid that I do not cope well with responding to this type of situation.

    Because I’ve built up such a backlog, I’m going to respond to everyone in one post. I’m afraid that I am not passing on the nominations as one is supposed to but I am hope this response is OK for now. I promise to try to respond better If I am in this situation again. Thank you very much to everyone for following and commenting on my blog!

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    1. ooh interesting you ask…! I started right at page one with a view to paging through daily in order. Although…….. this book is a bit different from the last one…. intrigue! Will explain in next post ๐Ÿ˜‰

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