Hello and welcome back to Junk Journal your Christmas Series No. 4 ~ Creating Whimsical Wands. I love adding these adorable little wands to journals, notebooks and planners. The fun thing is there is so many possibilities, add ribbon, tulle, or different washi. They can be created for all the seasons!
Please share your creations using #junkjournalyourchristmas I would love to see what you make!
Welcome back to Junk Journal Your Christmas Video series number 3. In this video I show you different ways to add nostalgic memories and document about Christmas past. I love telling stories of loved ones and how we celebrated Christmas in the past. I am including two free printables below to use in your journal, they are of scanned in vintage hankies.
Now, let’s talk about the remainder of the Journal your Christmas series. In the upcoming videos I want to talk photos, embellishments and daily numbers. I had planned on creating one video showing embellishments, but I think I will create a series of short quick videos. I have ideas to make wands, bookmarks, tassels, and junk bows. Let the Merry Making begin!
Hello and welcome back to video number 2 to the “Junk Journal your Christmas” video series. In this video I show you how to add tabs and create usuful pockets to add to your junk journal. I also painted and added a calendar to add to my journal and offering it as a free printable The calendar is a way to track your month and all the activities that usually comes in the month of December!
Hello! it’s final here!!! Welcome to the Junk Journal Your Christmas Series. This is the first of several videos where I am showing you how I plan to Junk Journal my Christmas by using a Golden Book. This doesn’t mean you need to use a Golden Book, you can use a traveler’s notebook, scrapbook or any form of documentation. I plan to show you how I will be dolling up my journal while I craft my Christmas Story. In this first video I am constructing a Junk Journal using a Golden Book and discussing what items to gather and where you can purchase these items. See below for some of the places mentioned:
For Printables of vintage dollies: https://www.etsy.com/shop/littlebindy
Vintage Ephemera (to name a few)
Beads and buttons by May Flaum: Buttons Galore, 28 Lilac Lane
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to show your creations!!
Hello! Welcome Back! I’m glad to be back with a video to show you my process is creating the cover page to my Happy Planer for October 2018. Using the Happy Planner as a everyday memory keeper is one of my favorite projects. I hope to show you how I create the weekly pages to document the everyday! As I mentioned in the video, I have a couple of free printables:
Hello! In this video I show you how I turn a Passport Holder into a Pocket Size Traveler’s Notebook. To warn you ahead of time, there is quit a bit of banging with the tools so prepare to turn down the sound! LOL! Hope you are inspired to create one yourself if you come across a Passport holder! I did look online and there are other eyelet punches that can be purchased for the hard to reach spaces like the middle of the notebook, check the sewing area of your craft store too!
Welcome back to the final video of the Summer Journaling Series! My first thought was to create a video demonstrating how to make journal cards with different themes and then I thought why don’t I just play!? In this video I’m just playing with different ways I love to personalize my journal. I hope you are inspired to create, play and fun in your journal!
Hello and welcome to week 5 in my Summer Journaling series! In this video I show you how I prep journal pages for future journaling. How many of us who paint our journal pages have to wait for the paint to dry? If your like me I am so easily distracted I find it better to add watercolor to pages before I am ready to journal so when I am ready, I have painted pages already. Does that makes sense? In this video I show you what I do. I hope you are inspired to be creative today!!
Welcome back to the Summer Journaling Week 4. In this video I’m talking ephemera and how I like to document using all types of paper collected on trips and throughout daily life to document. I also show a quick way I documented using packaging from a donut bag to document National Donut Day!
Welcome back to my summer journaling series! This week I’m talking about creating a vision by making a bucket list of activities and adding the items to a Bucket O Fun to manifest the things you want to do on your bucket list. This summer my family will be having a staycation which means we will be staying local and finding activities to fill our summer days. I hope you are inspired to make a list and create a bit of fun this summer if your going on a vacation or just staying around the house.