Free Doodles Days  #4 – Print and Color Envelope

Free Doodles Days #4 – Print and Color Envelope

Tuesday, Jan. 01 to Sunday, January 06, 2019
21 Free Irish Doodle Patterns, 2 Free Irish Project Patterns, and 2 Free Irish PDF Files

Jan. 01, 2019Artist Morgue File
 Irish Free Doodle Patterns 001, 002, 003, blank tag 1, and blank tag 2

 

Jan. 02, 2019Christmas Star Tags
 Irish Free Doodle Patterns 004, 005, and 006

 

Jan. 03, 2019Bullet Journaling
 Post #1 Irish Free Doodle Patterns 007, 008, and 009, blank journal pages

Post #2 How deep do I carve, Doodle Extras 001, 004, and 005

Your First Carving by LS Irish 

 Levels in Relief Wood Carving

 

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Jan. 04, 2019Leather Journal Covers
Post #1 Irish Free Doodle Patterns 010, 011, and 012

Post #2 Wood Carved Wood Spoons, 028, extra 002, and extra 003

Greenman Pyrography Leather Bullet Journal Project – Free Pattern

Pyrography Leather Griffin Journal  – Free Griffin Pattern

 

Jan. 05, 2019String Gourd Bird House Project
Irish Free Doodle Patterns 028, 029, and 030

 

Jan. 06, 2019 – Free Irish Doodle Envelope Patterns
Print, color, score, cut, fold, glue, and enjoy.

 

 

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Doodle Day #4 Leather Covered Journal

Doodle Day #4 Leather Covered Journal

Doodle Day #4 – Leather Covered Journal

Pyrography Pen Tips by Lora Irish Free PDF that explores the strokes, patterns, and shading you can create with your pyrography pen tips.

Free Doodle Pattern 010

DIY Bookmaking, Bullet Journals, Scrap Booking, Card Making, Applique Quilting, Pyrography, Wood Carving, Wood Burn Spoons, Wood Carved Spoons, Leather Work, Free Lora S. Irish Patterns to Download

If you are a pyrographer and a journalist you will have fun working today’s projects.  We have been exploring the Artist’s Morgue File this week and our habit as artists to keep stacks, folders, and file boxes of scrap paper or digital images that spark our imagination.

 

 

 

Handmade, DIY Leather Journals are a great way to organize those little bits of inspiration.  Your front and back leather cover make a great media for your pyrography, the pages can be made with bullet journal pages, watercolor paper, or scrapbook paper.  Since the journal uses an easy lacing pattern, worked with twine or raffia, it is easy to open and refill the pages of your journal at any time.

The front two leather DIY Artist Journal patterns are available in the Great Book of Celtic Patterns, available on Amazon.com.  The back journal is worked on chipboard, covered with scrap paper, watercolor paper, and glitter tape.  It is a kettle stitched bound book.

 

 

Greenman Pyrography Leather Bullet Journal Project  – Free Green Man Pattern

Pyrography Greenman Leather Bullet Journal Cover

Pyrography Leather Griffin Journal  – Free Griffin Pattern

 And here are two more free doodle patterns –

Free Doodle Pattern 011

Free Doodle Pattern 012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

By now you should have 11 free Lora S. Irish patterns stashed away in your craft folder on your desktop.  Three from Day #1, three from Day #2, and five for today.  See you on Monday, Jan 6th with more …

The Art of Leather Burning by Lora S. Irish

Available on Amazon.com

 

 

 

DIY Bookmaking, Bullet Journals, Scrap Booking, Card Making, Applique Quilting, Pyrography, Wood Carving, Wood Burn Spoons, Wood Carved Spoons, Leather Work, Free Lora S. Irish Patterns to Download

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Doodle Day #3 Patterns for Bullet Journaling

Doodle Day #3 Patterns for Bullet Journaling

Doodle Day #3 – Bullet Journal Pages

DIY Bookmaking, Bullet Journals, Scrap Booking, Card Making, Applique Quilting, Pyrography, Wood Carving, Wood Burn Spoons, Wood Carved Spoons, Leather Work, Free Lora S. Irish Patterns to Download

Today’s Morgue File Project Idea:

free wood burning patterns

Free Doodle Pattern 007

Bullet Journals let you keep track of your day to day activities and to add personal notes, shopping lists, and appointment calendars.  The pages are worked on a dot grid pattern which is used as your guide to create your tables, lists, and highlighted comments.

 

 

 

 

Bullet Journal Blank Page

This basic bullet journal page will print on an 8 1/2″ x 11″ sheet of paper.  When folded it creates two facing printed dot grid pages.  You can print several copies of this bullet journal page.  Then put those pages back into your printer tray, face up so that you see the printed grid, and then printed a second time to create the dot grid on the back of your paper.

 

 

 

 

Free Doodle Pattern 008

 

 

Click on the image, right, to open a full-sized copy in a new window.  Right hand click on the image and chose ‘save image’ to keep a copy on your computer for easy printing.  This page is pre-set to print in portrait mode, no adjustment is needed.

 

 

 

The Stapled Bookbinding link, below, shows you how to take multiple printed pages and staple them into a small booklet.

Bullet Journal Header Page

Bullet Journal List Page

Bullet Journal Design Page

 

Here are a few samples of DIY Hand Bound Bullet Journal, decorated with scrapbooking paper, a watercololr paper design, paper twist strings, a few glass beads, and worked with leather covers.  Stop by tomorrow for the links to how to design, burn, and bind your own leather journal.

The patterns for the large background dragon journal, and the small Celtic journal, front left, are available in the Great Book of Celtic Patterns, available on Amazon.com.  The Greenman Journal, front right, is a free project here on LSIrish.com.

 

Free Doodle Pattern 009

Stop by Reddit/r/bulletjournal to discover a fun community of journalist that share lots and lots of ideas.

If you haven’t played with bookbinding yet, these links will get you stared.

DIY Kettle Stitch Bookbinding video on YouTube.com.

DIY Coptic Stitch Bookbinding video on YouTube.com

Simple Bookbinding video on YouTube.com

Stapled Bookbinding video on YouTube.com – quick and easy!

 

 

 

The Art of Spoon Carving by Lora Irish

Available on Amazon.com

 

 

DIY Bookmaking, Bullet Journals, Scrap Booking, Card Making, Applique Quilting, Pyrography, Wood Carving, Wood Burn Spoons, Wood Carved Spoons, Leather Work, Free Lora S. Irish Patterns to Download

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Doodle Day #2, Lora Irish Morgue Files

Doodle Day #2, Lora Irish Morgue Files

Doodle Day #2 – Christmas Tree Star Tags

DIY Bookmaking, Bullet Journals, Scrap Booking, Card Making, Applique Quilting, Pyrography, Wood Carving, Wood Burn Spoons, Wood Carved Spoons, Leather Work, Free Lora S. Irish Patterns to Download

Yesterday I showed you one of my Christmas Tree Star tags that inspired this morgue file project for me.

free Lora Irish Pattern to downloadSupplies that I used:

Fine Point Black Markers

240 Colored Gel Pens Assortment

Brown Kraft Board Star Tags

Document Cleaning Pad

Acrylic Clear Glue Double Tip Tube

Gold, Silver, and Red Glitter Glue

4″ x 10 yard Burlap Ribbon

Colored Paper Twine, 12 pack

Raffia Ribbon, 218 yards

Hot Glue Gun with Glue Sticks

 

Step 1:  You can trace one of the free doodle patterns that I will be posting this month onto your kraft star tag.  Begin by printing a copy of the pattern.  Cut out the pattern, allowing about 1/4″ to 3/8″ margins.  Rub a Soft, #2 to #4 pencil, all over the back of the pattern paper.  Lay the pattern, face up, onto your star.  With the soft pencil trace along the outlines.  When you lift the pattern paper, the graphite from the pencil rubbing will leave a grey trace line on the kraft tag.

After you have finished the pen and ink work and adding any coloring, and allowed the ink to dry well, use a document cleaning pad to erase any remaining graphite lines from your star tag.

 

 

free pyrography patterns

Free Doodle Pattern 004

Step 2:  Use the fine point, black marking pen to create the lines of your doodle design.  Rework some areas of the lines with a second layer of black pen to create a ‘thick and thin’ effect – this adds interest to the line work.  Let the pen ink dry for at least 10 minutes before you begin the coloring steps.

 

 

 

 

 

Step 3:  Clean the tag with your document cleaning pad by gently rubbing the pad over the tag.  The pad is filled with finely ground eraser particles and will neatly clean any remaining graphite marks.

Step 4:  Add any coloring that you want using the gel pens.  You can also use colored marking pens, colored pencils, and even watercolor paint to accent the doodle pattern with just a touch of bright color.  Allow to dry.

Step 5:  Using acrylic glue, apply one line of glue along the edge of the star tag on the back side of the tag.  Lay the tag onto the burlap ribbon.  Weight the tag down against the ribbon with a heavy book.  Allow to dry for at least one-half hour.

 

Free Doodle Pattern 005

Step 6:  Cut the burlap 1/4″ to 3/8″ away from the edge of the star tag to create a fabric frame.  You can tease a few strands of burlap off to make a ragged edge.  Turn the burlap-back tag face down onto a piece of wax paper.  Run a thin line of acrylic glue along the outer edge of the burlap to stop any further raveling of the fibers.  Let the glue dry for at least one-half hour.

Step 7:  Run a thin line of hot glue along the outer edge of the tag, on the burlap back.  Begin by allowing a 4″ tail of paper twine string before you begin gluing.  Gently press your paper twin string onto the glue.  This covers the joint line between the tag and burlap, while framing the tag area.  Work one straight side of the star tag at a time.  This will let you easily make the sharp inside corners crisp.  Cut the paper twine string 4″ away from the tag, when you have glue the entire outer edge of the tag.  Tie the two paper twine ends together, once close to the tag and once at the end of the strings to create your hanging loop.

Free Doodle pattern 006

Step 8:  To add that extra holiday sparkle, use glitter glue in the design area.  Let the glitter glue dry completely and your star tag is ready to hand.

See you tomorrow, thanks for reading ~ Lora Irish

 

 

 

 

 

The Art of Leather Burning by Lora S. Irish

Available on Amazon.com

 

 

 

 

 

DIY Bookmaking, Bullet Journals, Scrap Booking, Card Making, Applique Quilting, Pyrography, Wood Carving, Wood Burn Spoons, Wood Carved Spoons, Leather Work,
Free Lora S. Irish Patterns to Download

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