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The Elemental Journal

The Elemental Journal Composing Artful Expressions from Items Cast Aside

By Tammy Kushnir
Published by F&W Media

Average Blogger Rating: 3.79 Stars

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On 6/22 An Excellent Library wrote: As I read through this book, I was impressed with the amount of time and effort that went into creating each of these unique, hand-crafted journals. They were very inspirational, and yet, as I read through the directions of how to duplicate one of these, I could tell they were incredibly labor-intensive ... The Elemental Journal

An Excellent Library's Rating:

3 Stars

On 12/5 Mama Kautz wrote: The Elemental Journal by Tammy Kushnin ISBN: 9781440305368 Published: March 7th 2011 by F+W Media, Inc. I requested this book thinking it was going to be a great nature study book for our homeschooling. While it wasn’t what I expected, it is still a neat book. Lots of craft ideas for things ... Elemental Journal~a Book Sneeze review

Mama Kautz's Rating:

3 Stars

On 10/1 habby wrote: Great book if you want to use your creative side. It has so many fun ideas and they are easy to do! It makes journaling that much more fun!!!! You have easy crafts for beginners and some that are a little tough for those who want to challenge themselves. I like the way they organized the picturesa and ... Creative Ideas!

habby's Rating:

4 Stars

On 7/15 Haley Mathiot wrote: The Elemental Journal by Tammy Kushnin Genre: Craft ISBN: 9781440305368 Published: March 7th 2011 by F+W Media, Inc. Rating: 4 The Elemental Journal was really interesting. The journals were pretty advanced, and even though the instructions were clear they would have required a lot of materials. ... Review: The Elemental Journal

Haley's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/28 fitnstitchin wrote: The Elemental Journal, is a lovely small photographic book with lots of inspiration! You will find 15 journal projects made from crazy materials, such as tree bark and found objects. Lots of creativity with recycled objects and tips for seeking out materials for your own journals. If you love crafts ... Wonderful Read!

fitnstitchin's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/23 SurvivorDiane wrote: I'm all about crafting and tinkering with crafty things.  I'm not really good at being imaginative and creating from a blank canvas.  I really was excited to receive and review the book The Elemental Journal and hope to get some great ideas.  I was a little out of my "element" after ... The Elemental Journal by Tammy Kushnir (A review)

SurvivorDiane's Rating:

3 Stars

On 6/10 Linda's Lunacy wrote: Create Expressive Books from Salvaged TreasuresRusty doorknobs, cardboard containers and plastic packaging may seem like trash to some, but through the creative mind, they are transformed into beautiful expressions - equally parts artful book and assemblage. The Elemental Journal will show you how to ... The Elemental Journal

Linda's Lunacy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/8 Kiki Howell wrote: This is my first ever review of a craft book, but not by far the first craft book I have ever owned or read. Feeling a bit out of my element not having plot or characters or setting to discuss, I am just going for a quite honest opinion. First, the book is absolutely beautiful. I did enjoy looking through ... My Review of “The Elemental Journal: Composing Artful Expressions from Items Cast Aside” by Tammy Kushnir

Kiki Howell's Rating:

3 Stars

On 6/3 LaVonne @ Long Wait For Isabella wrote: I love the idea of repurposed artwork and crafts. This type of artwork and crafting is becoming more and more popular as people are becoming more eco-conscious. The ability to make things that one may consider garbage is exciting and fun. This is why I wanted to review The Elemental Journal: Composing ... The Elemental Journal Book Review

LaVonne @ Long Wait For Isabella's Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/1 Dina Lettre wrote: ...that's what memories are made of!  Well, at least in the book, The Elemental Journal...I really love to put my memories in books and boxes.Scrapbooks from college, my trip to Europe, my 1st year with Neil, and of course, my babies fill our book shelves...alongside memory boxes ... Scraps and shells and rusty old nails...

Dina's Rating:

5 Stars