When I was a kid, and we went on trips, we played license plate bingo. Every state had it’s own two-color combination. It was cool, because you could tell what state a car was from, even from a distance! In this picture, you can see the inside of the cover and pocket folders. I added some stamped art and grungy jeans, maps and old clock faces to complete this old fashioned collection.

This set is dedicated to all those Mama Llama’s out there. I love the bright colors and high desert designs! In this picture, you can see the inside of the cover and pocket folders, with more geometric, metallic and textural designs. This little book is small enough to slip into a pocket, purse or diaper bag. It’s ready when you’re on the go, or have just a few minutes to jot down a note or sketch your lunch!

While each person’s art journal pages are based on that individual’s tastes, there are some common styles. Layers of paint, stenciling, and gessoed grunge are often used. I based this set on that style. In this picture, you can see the inside of the cover and pocket folders, I liked the map, music and text designs because of the way they contrast with the painted art and nature book covers.

World travel, sea glass, vacation… this set has it all. Take it with you as you travel to keep track of your adventures. In this picture, you can see the inside of the cover and pocket folders. More reminders of beach resorts and boardwalks! If you are interested in having your own Nano Traveler’s Notebook Set, just contact me on Facebook! #microart #microartjournal #miniatureartjournal #miniartjournal #miniatureart #tinyjournalnation #allthingstiny #allthingsminiature #microartjournaling #tinyartjournal #travelersnotebook

I love the strong, graphic poppy design on the cover of this set! It’s fresh and modern but still pretty and feminine! There is actually a bit more pink here than shows up in the images. It’s a peachy-pink! I think it’s a lot softer than the standard bright pink. In this picture, you can see the inside of the cover and pocket folders. I chose to continue the peachy pink, grey and black graphic designs by repeating them in the accessories.

I had so much fun picking out the designs for this eclectic collection of covers! There’s something here for everyone, from the wonderful collection of antique license plates to the bright succulents. In this picture, you can see the inside of the covers. In some cases, I’ve added some addition art to the insides. Some I have left with alone so the fantastic patterns can create their magic!

The colors and designs I chose for this set with Cape Cod in mind. I was thinking about the rich history of the area and how it’s been a summer destination for such a long time! In this picture, you can see the inside of the cover and pocket folders, with more grey, aqua and olive designs. If you are interested in having your own Nano Traveler’s Notebook Set, just contact me on Facebook!

I created the cover for this set back when I was making new covers at the beginning of the month. Someone fell in love with it, and asked if I could customize the inside to their particular tastes. No problem! She asked if I could use pink and aqua colors and if I could incorportate something musically themed. In this picture, you can see the inside of the cover and pocket folders, with more pink and aqua designs.

I find unique color combinations interesting and fun to work with. I don’t want to change the colors I wear, or in my home, but having a tiny art journal that I can experiment with is perfect! Here the blues, olive and browns give you the opportunity to experiment with familiar colors in a unique combination. You could draw, stamp or write in different colors of ink or paint creating your own, special works of art!

When my daughters were young girls, we lived in a house that had a pool in the back yard. During this time, I taught both of them to swim, and “playing mermaid” was a regular game. Now that they are grown with daughters of their own, there is still a love of mermaids for all of us because they bring back the happy memories of that time. Here, I’ve used a combination of papers, patterns and designs in colors that evoke water and the sea to share our love with you!

This is the start of a new year. It’s time to take ownership of our own mental health and healing. One of the first steps is learning to accept and love ourselves. I made this set with that concept in mind. I could be given as a Valentine’s Day gift, or a self-gift. Either way, it’s ready to be filled with your daily journal, art, stamps and special quotes!

I loved the strips of patterns on this cover and the metallic touches from the moment I saw it. It reminds me of those bowls of pillow mints that I used to see at bridal showers when I was a young woman. I created this nano Traveler’s Notebook with those mints mind. Here, you can see the outside of the refillable cover, and the four pocket folders.

Over the Christmas holidays, one of my younger granddaughters said she would like to have a Nano Traveler’s of her own. She likes bright colors, so I was thinking this set might be perfect for her. It reminds me of hippies, Happy Days and preteen tastes. I felt like these papers would really appeal to her. Here, you can see the outside of the refillable cover, and the four pocket folders.

My oldest grandaughter is planning a trip to Japan after High School graduation. She loves everything Japanese and is very interested in experiencing the culture live and in person. I created this nano Traveler’s Notebook with her in mind. I knew, as soon as I saw the papers that it would be perfect. Here, you can see the outside of the refillable cover, and the four pocket folders.

When you are working on a small scale, you have to figure out different ways to do things to reduce bulk. Even though you don’t see it when you just look at these nano Traveler’s Notebook covers, the knots of these are sealed with glue. Here, you see the clips I use to hold the elastic while the glue dries over night. As a bonus, you can see a bit of the inside of each cover, too.