Friday, July 9, 2010

Weekword journal page

Update: The journal page in this post is no longer available for download. For a selection of free, printable journal pages, please visit my Printable Journal Pages collection.

Doodler extraordinaire Aimee of Artsyville is hosting a creative challenge today called weekword.  This week's word is flavour and I'm playing along.

Today's journal page is inspired by food.  It includes a chance brag a little about your prowess in the kitchen . . .

and this quote to get you thinking:
It is important to experiment and endlessly seek after creating the best possible flavors when preparing foods.  That means not being afraid to experiment with various ingredients.
~Rocco DiSpirito

The full page looks like this:

and is available in black and white here and with its coloured border here.  When you're finished here, go on over to Artsyville and check out the other creative interpretations of the word flavour!

Edited to add:  If you'd like to add a splash of colour of your own, download the page with a colour-free border here. 


  1. christie, you really should assemble these into a little book and sell them - if you have a color inkjet, you could probably do it at a reasonable cost. i think they'd fly out the door - they are such fun, thought provoking pages!

  2. I do like Your journal pages. I´m with Aimee: make a book! They start my brain up and my mind goes to lots of different places, I would have to read that book really slow!

  3. Totally make a book! Lovely pages!

  4. I agree with Aimee. These pages are awesome! I'll be coming back to spend some more time here.

  5. The Alfred Newman quote is spot on! And for the lightening round, I have a lot more ands than ors (truffles and cheesecake, olives and pickles--none of them together! ;o). And I vote book too, particularly with your colour choices.

  6. Thanks so much to everyone for your encouragement! The weekword challenge was such fun. You have all given me a lot to think about -- and some great inspiration for the next journal page!

  7. I agree! A book or a series of dry erase cards. They would make great weekend family conversation/day starters.

  8. inspiring me to memorable flavor moments! thank you!

  9. Thanks Peggy and Cath! I love the idea of family conversation/day starters!


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