Developing product ideas and nurturing them to being a finished “thing” that I can hold in my hands and create with is one of the more awesome parts of my job. The Disc Bound Joggles Watercolor Journals you see in today’s video have been percolating for quite some time. Ideas for various sizes and configurations have come and gone until I finally got off the fence and put them into production.
It’s with no small sense of relief and a great deal of excitement that I can share them with you today!
Made from Strathmore’s 140# cold pressed watercolor paper, three sizes debut in the video: 4″ x 6″, 6″ x 6″, and 9″ x 5″. So a square, plus one oriented in both the landscape and portrait options. Extra pages because you want to fatten up yours? Yep, got them too along with extra discs if you want to play on your own.
One of the biggest “must haves” for these journals was ease of removal and insertion of pages. I’ve long desired one where I could take a page out, create with no restrictions, then pop it right back in. Mission accomplished! Now I can work without a binding getting in the way or the concern that what I spray right now leaks to an already completed page.
I hope you’re as excited by the endless possibilities these journals offer as I am. Now that they’re here I plan to play in them often!
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