[ Swipe left for details ] Week 3 of June this week I’m trying out one of the most aesthetically minimal weekly designed by the lovely @supermassiveblackink I love her work, and as a Muse fan, I also love her username! .
But instead of doodling detailed work like she usually does, I tried collaging several vintage stickers together and cutting them with an x-acto knife. Basically I covered the boxes with washi before layering the stickers on top, then I cut them all carefully. This is the first time I didn’t cut through the next page — phews! I enjoyed making this one.
I actually really, really liked how it turned out. It’s simple, but beautiful. The only downside is since I’m so used to having a separate to-do list / goals in the weekly, it’s a bit hard to fit everything in the lean boxes. I don’t want to add extra boxes than the dailies. So I have to write extra small to fit everything.
I did end up writing my notes and a short overview on what happened that day in the daily boxes tho. Will post an #afterthepen spread when I’m done for this week! #minimalistbujo #collaging