Rebecca crafts with her FP catalog

You’ve seen FP girls create awesome jewelry and some very cute picture frames using their Free People catalogs. Well now have a look at this incredible journal made by Rebecca from Sudbury, Massachusetts – using, of course, Free People catalogs! It looks so good!
Here’s a little note from Rebecca too!
Well, I live in Sudbury Massachusetts. There isn’t much to do around here so I spend most of my time drawing, painting or just doing something creative. My real passion is photography and my dream job would be a photographer for National Geographic – I want to see all the far corners of the world! I’m currently a senior in high school and I hope to go to Connecticut College next year.
Some things that I love: lying in grass, the smell of art rooms, karma, dreams, cranberry and grapefruit juice, city lights, planetariums and museums, the universe and the thought of how something can be infinitely big, the smell of the ocean, hands, first snows, and meaningful conversations…

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Thank you so much for sharing your journal with us Rebecca! It is wonderful!

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d -September 3, 2008, 1:06PM

Wow, this is very creative. I love it, she has a very good eye on how to put the colors and pictures together.. I’m definitely inspired.

B -September 3, 2008, 7:15PM

Rebecca,
That is so beautiful!
I love how no two pages look the same.
You’re insanely creative!
Good luck on your photography.
-B

samantha -September 4, 2008, 3:29PM

becca! i love you and you’re brilliant! becca! i love you and you’re brilliant! <33

emily -September 5, 2008, 5:22PM

that is awesome! she is so talented! i wanna go find my old stash of fp catalogues and make something now… lol

shea justice -September 9, 2008, 10:22AM

As usual I’m proud of you. I wish more artists focused on collage and writing.

suzanne -September 14, 2008, 9:22AM

Beautiful, inspiring work Rebecca! Good luck making your dreams come true.

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