Doll Designer's Project Journal
Like many of you, I have notebooks and loose files of sketches and ideas for dolls. Some came to fruition and some did not. Then, there are those really good ideas that you planned for later, but you just cannot seem to put your hands on them. I needed a better system.
I have designed a form that also tracts resources, time invested, and profit. At a glance, see the name, size and type of the doll, as well as the purchaser. Very important, is a space for what would change if it were made again. Number the form and record it on the pages in the front of the book. There is also a page for your favorite doll making resources. You can further organize by type. For example, you might use one book just for Faeries and another for Mermaids
The Doll Designer’s Project Journal has space for preliminary sketches, as well as notes on the process and the finished doll.
The book format is so much better than a loose file for storage and travel. The Doll Designer’s Project Journal is the perfect way to organize your doll design ideas.
I hope you enjoy the Doll Designer’s Project Journal.
Kim Marie Johnson
Marie is an ordained minister.. She is an author, artist, and designer. She enjoys teaching and speaking. Most important to her are her relationship with God, her three children and five grandchildren who inspire her every second of every day.