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JoM Art Journal binding class

The hardest part when art journaling, is to find a journal that feels inviting, as well as suitable for your way of art journaling. 

With this tutorial, you will bind your very own Journal on Monday Art Journal and discover how to bind an art journal that fits your needs. 




Starting with fabric, watercolor paper, bookbinding thread and a needle, you will master a binding that allows for your journal to lay flat on the table when you work.

The removable cover will not only stay clean while you work in your journal, it will also grow with your journal as you start to fill it, to create a harmonious ensemble!

Ready to take make your own JoM 

Art Journal?
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Table of Contents

Lessons
JoM Art Journal stash list
video
Coptic binding made simple
video
Let's cover it up
video
You can rebind anytime
video

Frequently Asked Questions

How long do I have access to the course?

Forever! Once you've enrolled and paid, you'll have access to the course material for as long as you need. So devour it all in one weekend or take things slow. It's your choice!

I still have a question, how can I contact you?

I'd be happy to answer any questions you might have. Send me an email at france@france-papillon.com.

Which materials do I need to make my journal?

You can purchase the JoM Art Journal kit on www.france-papillon.com or, you can buy your own materials based on the description of the kit which is discussed extensively in the first part of the course.

I'm a beginner. Will I be able to make a journal?

Yes! The course is set up in such a way that anyone can follow it. That's the whole point of this class :)

Boost your creative enthusiasm with an art journal that fits your needs!

  • As always, a beautiful presentation. Thank you. I can hardly wait to receive my kit. I have been working on different journal bindings for the past month, and I'm hooked on bookbinding and altering books. You are always an inspiration.

    — Barbara Leventhal
  • Fabulous tutorial, France. I can't wait to get started on mine.

    — Karin