Wreck This Journal -Last Chapter

As it turned out, I did not work much at all on the journal this final week. Flipping through it the only new page I find is the doodle on the envelope page. So maybe that is kind of a closure – sealing up the envelope with all its pretty and strange contents and setting it aside for another time. I had a silly little project in mind, but the week was taken up in other activities. So here is the doodling …

journaldoodlenew1Thanks for the awesome journey fellow wreckers! Thanks Jamie for hosting the Next Chapter. I have so enjoyed visiting all the blogs and getting to know each of you! Blessings to each precious one in what your future holds!

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11 Responses to “Wreck This Journal -Last Chapter”

  1. Grammy Says:

    You envelope doodle is beautiful. I so enjoyed all your creative posts.

  2. Kim Says:

    What a pretty doodle – and all my favorite color combinations!

    Thanks for visiting my blog & for swapping pages with me. I so enjoyed sharing this wreck adventure with you!

  3. judipatootie Says:

    not and end.. just a passing on!!

  4. Melinda Says:

    wonderful doodling!

  5. Kavindra Says:

    Pretty! Love the idea behind it too, sealing it up with a colorful kiss.

    It’s been so much fun. Hope to see you at the Next Chapter again.

  6. Hybrid J Says:

    Just simply adorable! Thank you for sharing this journey with us! You’re a wreck star! :)

  7. melita Says:

    i have thoroughly enjoyed sharing in the wrecking journey with you.

  8. The Other Laura Says:

    What colorful doodling! Thanks for sharing the journey!

  9. Jean Says:

    What a beautiful envelope doodle!! :) I love it.

    Thanks for visiting me at WildRumpusing.

    As for the hydrangeas, it is all about PH level. If you change the ph level of the soil, it will change the color of your blossoms. It is my understanding that white won’t change to pink or blue, but might be altered somewhat..

    A couple of years ago, I was trying to change them and 1/2 the bush turned pink and 1/2 stayed the purple/bluish color. My mother has helped me with them as she is much more of a gardener than I am.

    Here is a website with some info about changing the colors: http://www.hydrangeashydrangeas.com/colorchange.html

  10. Kristin Says:

    What a nice looking doodle! :) It’s been such a pleasure wrecking the journal with you!

    Thanks so much,
    Kristin – The Goat

  11. jamie Says:

    What a beautiful way to wrap up this journey. I hope you sealed it with a kiss ;)

    It’s been a joy and a blessing! I’m so glad we’ve shared this journey together. I hope your silly little project still comes out to play :)

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