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Collecting moments : a guide to retro journaling / Lin Deng.

By: Deng, Lin.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Hong Kong : Sendpoints IPS Co., Ltd, 2020Description: 191 pages : colour illustrations ; 27 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9887406716; 9789887406716.Subject(s): Scrapbook journaling | ScrapbookingSummary: Collecting Moments: A Guide to Retro Journalling gives to its readers comprehensive instructions and advice for materials collection, layout design and colour matching in retro journalling. The author explains all the techniques needed for aesthetic journals, and shares her attitudes and life about journals. Readers can easily learn the skills without any prior experience and enjoy their journalling life with more optimistic view. The book can also help you to avoid common mistakes using step-by-step photographs and clear details from selecting tools and materials to decorate the pages as well as the compared examples of the right and the wrong.
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Everyone believe cancerians are oldies freaks and stay-at-homes. As a typical cancerian, I am obsessed witheverything vintage and have great curiosity about old things and hold them in awe.Retro style, literally means a style infused with a sense of age, which may be popular in the past or restore thepast trend after it is out of date. Nostalgia is the origin of retro style. One said that the nostalgia is the pain froman old wound, a twinge in your heart, far more powerful than memory alone.

Originally published by China Machine Press in 2018 under the title: Xiangei shiguang de shouzhang.

Collecting Moments: A Guide to Retro Journalling gives to its readers comprehensive instructions and advice for materials collection, layout design and colour matching in retro journalling. The author explains all the techniques needed for aesthetic journals, and shares her attitudes and life about journals. Readers can easily learn the skills without any prior experience and enjoy their journalling life with more optimistic view. The book can also help you to avoid common mistakes using step-by-step photographs and clear details from selecting tools and materials to decorate the pages as well as the compared examples of the right and the wrong.