Aren't old photographs, documents, letters and postcards fascinating? They provide such an intimate snapshot into the life of our ancestors. I for one find it so interesting to see how my grandparents, great grandparents and beyond communicated, what they looked like and what they valued. I love the texture of old, delicate, stained paper. The… Continue reading Family History Crafting
Hi Everyone, as you may have noticed there have been a few changes around here. We have said goodbye to RRandJ and hello to Mushroom Moon Designs! Mushoom Moon Design's primary focus is on creating, whether that be through art and painting: My cheeky pig painting: prints available- just DM me on Facebook, Instagram, on… Continue reading Welcome to Mushroom Moon Designs!
This is the most recent journal I have made. It is a pocket sized, Christmas themed, junk journal crammed full with embellished pockets to store all your ephemera, memories or Christmas lists and receipts, and jam packed with hand made Christmas tags that you can use to journal on or use to decorate and tag… Continue reading Pocket sized Christmas Journal
It's coming up to my favourite time of year- Autumn! In honour of this special season I've made a mushroom themed Autumnal Journal! If you saw my last post you will have seen all the lovely mushroom themed ephemera I made, so I decided to collate it all together in a journal that is now… Continue reading Autumnal Mushroom journal!
Hi everyone! Today I wanted to share with you all a challenge I set myself to use as much of a piece of recycling as possible to make some journal ephemera. This was a really fun challenge and I succeeded in turning this..... into this! To do this I cut up the box into segments… Continue reading Cereal Bar box transformation!
I have been loving all things mixed media recently and have just made some tags for my junk journals using collage, sewing and tea stained papers. I started the process by making the collage on some sturdy card stock- the card I used is up-cycled from some promotional leaflets but you could use cereal boxes… Continue reading Mixed media Collage tags!