Wednesday, December 24, 2014

CC3C #18: Pocket Pages, Page 18

Welcome to another installment of the Compendium of Curiosities Challenge, Vol. 3, hosted by Linda at Studio L3.  This is the Eighteenth challenge in where we work through the techniques of Tim Holtz from, you guessed it…his 3rd Volume of the Compendium of Curiosities!!  As in the past challenges, we can’t give details on the challenge, so don’t ask, but do go get your own copy of Tim’s fabulous book.  Also, TheFunky Junkie Boutique has offered an extremely generous $25 Gift Certificate for all the even numbered weeks! So grab a copy, and join in to play!!  All the deets are here, at Linda’s blog!

So, in my Tues. night drop back and punt, here are the pages I had placed in my art journal (See! I have used it!)  I’m using them to hold snippits of ideas, those that work; those that don’t…I had cut a bunch of the tickets out from scrap one day when I was “cleaning” up the Vagabond area, and they are in one of the pockets for my journaling/comments. 
So, while not very creative, these pages are workin’!
So please visit the Curiosity Crew’s sites…where you can see all the possibilities of these pocket pages!

Have a Very Merry Christmas Everyone!


  1. Hi Kim! I have not used Tim's horizontal book yet but I love it! Your pocket pages are looking good in there! Love the blueprint pinecone! I know what you mean about finding enough time to do anything other than totally be immersed in Christmas this time of year but I'm glad that you did! Thanks for joining us at CC3C. <3 Candy

  2. Good for your for putting your journal to work! Great use of the pockets.

  3. Great ingenuity shown there Honey. Love what you have done. As you know I love the pinecone! Wink Wink!

  4. What a super idea to keep the how-to in the mini pockets! Thanks for sharing this with us at CC3C.


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