I added an extra fold-in page using washi tape.
Then I tore and collaged the book paper randomly on my page.
I put down blobs of red acrylic paint and spread it over the page using an old credit card.
After the paint had dried, I tore off some of the pieces of book paper which left some interesting stenciled shapes and textures.
I traced a fashion figure from a magazine using carbon paper, then drew over the carbon lines with a blue gel pen to make it more visible.
The head and hair was my own sketch that I added to the figure.
If you're not a confident drawer - just trace the entire figure, head and hair shape from a magazine.
Using white gesso (white acrylic paint will also do), I painted around the figure to lighten the background around the figure.
I looked for magazine images that had red and green colour combinations, cut rounded shapes from these and pasted them to create a frame around the figure.
I used a Caran D'ache Neocolor II watersoluble crayon to add flesh colour and blue shading to the arms and face, but oil pastels should give you a similar effect.
I used a waterbased paint pen in lime green for the hair, but lime green acrylic paint should do the trick too.
I did the lettering using a Pentel watercolour brush filled with blue acrylic ink.
For the final touches, I went over the round shapes in the border as well as the lines of the figure drawing using a blue gel pen.
The negative space between the figure and the border will be used to write down notes and a review of the week.