There are many forms of documentation today ranging from professional documentation, to doing it for the fun of it.
With todays technology possibilities are endless
Different Forms of Documentation
1. CD/Floppy Disk/Flash Drive/ect.
and soooooo much more.
Personally the best way for me to work and keep things in order and is fun at the same time is journaling.
Today we will be making a Japanese Stab Book
Paper, Cardstock, Awl or a nail could work, Scissors, Glue, Needles, thread (the stronger the better), and most importantly you’re Imagination
STEP 1. Gather your materials and decided what size you would like your journal, cut out the pieces of the paper and cardstock the size you would like it.
STEP 2. Measure out where you will be punch out your holes. For small books holes should be away from the spine by a quarter of and inch, bigger journals 1/2 inch. The same measurement applies to the holes spaced away from each other and away from the top and the bottom of the journal.
STEP 3. Punch your holes with your Awl (or nail) through the paper and the cardstock. IMPORTANT make sure your paper is alligned
STEP 4 (optional). Once the holes are punched through take your cardstock and place whatever decorations you would like on it (wall paper, construction paper, photos, stickers, ect be creative)
STEP 5. Re-punch any holes on your cardstock that have been covered up by your decorating
STEP 6. Sewing the book, this is tricky to explain so to help I found this helpful video on YouTube CLICK HERE
AND YOU ARE DONE!!!!
Write, doodle, make your journal creative….just like you.