JFJ 15 for 30 Challenge - Day 19: Page Cuts

As we have seen with windows and doors, the journal page doesn’t have to stay intact. We can manipulate the pages in a variety of ways. One of those ways is to cut part of the page completely off from the rest. There are endless possibilities for how we can do this - from simple straight lines to complex silhouettes. These cuts add another level of interaction in our journals and add more intrigue and interest.

Grab a hobby knife and a cutting mat, or even a pair of scissors, and get cutting. Cut a page down the middle vertically, or cut out a complex shape down the edge. Create a series of cut pages or cut a single page. What are you going to do with the part you cut off? What if you made a tab, and glued it in some how? Maybe onto another page.

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