WIP: Moleskine Postal Notebook Process Video

So, long story short: I spent much of my young adulthood watching art journal process videos, and now that snailmail has become an almost equally strong obsession, I’ve been yearning to find mail art process videos. Pinterest can only satiate one for so long! Ahem, well, there seems to be a deep chasm in YouTube for this kind of thing, so along with my future videos on notebooks galore (I have a series buzzing ’round my head called Notebook Extravaganza with at least four different parts already), I wanted to share my process for embellishing stationery for penpals.

mail art process screenshot

I began filming today, and here’s a wee screenshot of the making of the first few pages. I’ll show the initial decoration (as pictured above), as well as what it looks like once I’ve filled all the text in and what I do to finish it all off. I really hope you’ll enjoy this video, and I expect its completion later this week. ❤

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7 thoughts on “WIP: Moleskine Postal Notebook Process Video

  1. I looooove watching people make mail art. Well, any sort of art! I think I’ve watched all the mail art videos on YouTube so I’m looking forward to yours! I’ve made one, too, but it was kinda awful quality. I do not fancy myself a videographer :p

  2. Oh my goodness! This sounds so wonderful!! I love the Moleskine Postal Notebooks, I can’t wait to see what you’re gonna do with it 🙂 (looks amazing already!)

    I have to say, ever since I found your blog I feel incredibly inspired! I always wanted to try and make videos of my crafts & such things, but always lacked confidence, but your videos are really making me want to get out of my confort zone. Maybe one day I’ll make one as well, in the meantime, I’m gonna enjoy yours hehe :3 x

    • Oh Fab, that’s so sweet of you! I’m really flattered. 🙂 I can’t believe videos are out of your comfort zone! Your work is stellar! Well, I really hope to inspire you to make some videos of your process. ❤

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