I have had a sheet of watercolor paper rolled up in my closet for 2 years. No, really, 2 whole years. The receipt was still in the bag and I bought it in 2015.
That means that 2 years ago I bought it to try my hand at making one of Teesha Moore's 16 page journal's created with one 22x30 sheet of paper.
It is actually a very simple project. I'm not sure why it took me 2 years to do it! Here is what my finished book looks like, before it has been used at all.
My biggest problem was that my paper had been IN A ROLL for 2 years. That means it wanted very bady to remain in a roll.
I had to weigh it down on both sides in order to measure and cut my pages.
That didn't bother my folding of the page flaps, but it made binding the whole thing together a little more difficult than it out to have been.
So that is #2 in my #100thingschallenge. I'm sure you'll see it again when I start using it in its intended purpose as an art journal.