I thought I’d share with you some of the highlights from the first week or so of my British Craft House January Instagram Challenge entries … the parts that are about me and my creative process, and my own inspiration.
“Books transcend time and space. To make a book is to address people you’ve never met, some of them not born yet.”
I love the idea that people will write in the journals I create, and treasure them, and that one day in the future, their grandchildren or great-grandchildren might pick up the book and say, “Wow, look at this!”.
Cyanotype printing is a very old form of photography. This photographic printing process which produces a cyan-blue print, was used by engineers well into the 20th century as a simple and low-cost process to produce copies of drawings, referred to as blueprints. Many of you will be familiar with architects’ blueprints.