I did actually take part in LSNED this September! But I shared my daily 'lessons' on Twitter rather than here on my blog. I found it an interesting way to approach the class, but I missed putting together a paper project, so when I got to the end of the month I decided to make one and add my tweets to it. I used some rather lovely papers from Gotta Craft, cut into cards measuring 3 inches by 4, and kept the layout of each simple - I'd originally envisaged elaborate embellishments, miniature canvases of pretty and beautiful, but I quickly abandoned 'complicated' in favour of 'quick'!
Here are the cover and title page:
(You can click on any photo to enlarge it and better read the journaling!)
...is what I speak. It describes what I actually say (nonsense, mostly) and how I say it (ie my accent, which is a mixture of all sorts - a bit of North of England, a bit of Irish, a bit of South West England, a lot of just me!) The word comes from my name, Mel, and the fact that I'm one-quarter Welsh. But there's not actually any Welsh in my accent. Go figure...