Really, need I say more about these? If you journal, these are a must. I am soooo happy that Teesha decided to print up some pages from her journals. Can't wait for the second set (hint hint). If you ever get the chance to look through her journals in person, that is a must too, you'll be stimulated for weeks. You can find her journal book set here.
I also have an article in Somerset Life about a couple books I have made. You've seen them on the blog before here, and here, but their photos are so much better. I loved this class from DJ Pettit, and can't wait to make the pages and pockets for the inside.
I'm thrilled that my friend Corey Amaro's new column debuts in the same Somerset Life issue. She will be sharing her Life as an American in France. She takes the best photos and has such a way with words.
And speaking of Corey... her home is featured in the January/February issue of Victoria magazine. The article foreword reads:
"Through the viewfinder of her own camera, transplanted American Corey Amaro guides us through the four-hundred-year-old French home she has painstakingly designed as a haven for hand-me-down treasures and flea-market finds."
Again, need I say more? I think not. I must tell you though, that these photos make me even more giddy about the fact that I will be standing on these very floors, in this very room in a few months. Pinch me! Corey better start nailing things down...
Hopefully, in one of the three books/magazines above you'll find something that suites your fancy. Hopefully you'll get time to enjoy them over the weekend. xo