Hello and welcome back to the next prompt in the “Journal Your Story” Series! I had so much fun creating this page. For this prompt I wanted to create something that included colors, rainbows, butterflies and unicorns for my fairy tale life I want to create! I hope you are inspired to create a page to your own path!
Yay! Hello and welcome to Documenting our Summer Nostalgic memories Video series! This series will run for seven days and each day will give examples of how to document using your senses! Sight, Hearing, Smell Taste and Touch. The idea of this project came to me while digging through an old box of photos. This project can be a combination of past, present and future summers. It can be used to document summers when you were a kid, summers with your kids or grandkids, or just random memories of summer’s past. I love the idea of documenting about your favorite nostalgic movies, food, or events that you want to remember. Endless possibilities! In this video, I will be showing you my journal I plan to use and my “Creative Station” with all the things I plan to document with. A free printable is located on the blog, posted on Sunday, June 7th. . Thanks for watching and I will “see” you tomorrow when we will be talking about sight!
Hello and welcome back to the final video for the Creative Junk Journaling Series. Please note, I will be having many more videos showing different ways that I Junk Journal, but this video completes this series! I hope you have been inspired and wanted to create something fun for your planner or journal. In this video I am jazzing up my Traveler’s Notebook with all things shiny and bright. I have moved into my Strawberry Shortcake TN for my Birthday Month and wanted to add my favorite FROSTING!
Traveler’s Notebook from JennifulCreations on Etsy; Charms from Preppy Planner Cat on Etsy
Hello Creative Friends and welcome back to video number 6 in the Creative Junk Journaling Series. In this video, I am talking about and showing you ways to use rubber stamps. They are really a favorite and can be used is so many different ways. What i like about them too and stamps can last FOREVER and reused and reused. I hope you are inspired to create today!
Hello and Welcome back to Video 4 in the Creative Junk Journaling Series. This video is all about using Book Pages in your Journal. I use all types of book pages but in this video I am focusing on children’s books. I understand if there is apprehension about tearing up books. I have a solution.. watch to see. I’m having so much fun creating these videos for you, I hope you are inspired to get creative!
Hello and Hello November!!! In this video I demonstrate how I create a Junk Journal from the Rebecca Hoot Everyday Journals. These journals are available in the shop, they are created with artwork prints and filled with 28 lb paper. For the past year I have been using these as my monthly junk journal and I thought I would show you how I make them. I basically select different cardstock, book pages, sheet music etc cut, fold and add to the current blank pages inside. Super fun way to personalize them. I hope you are inspired to create one today!
Hello! In this video I show a flip through of my creative journal for the month’s of February and March 2019. I’m using journals from my shop featuring my artwork in a Cahier Size. Loving the process of journaling everyday!
Another year for ‘A week in a Life’ project, I absolutely love this project and documenting “a week in a life” In this quick video I show you my set up to document and record this upcoming week. This is a project created by Edwards. Please check her website additional information and the printables at www.aliedwards.com.
Don’t you just love vintage paper stationery? I love these ladies dressed in their long dresses, puffed sleeves and parasols. I have had these beauties for a while and recently found them again while I was unpacking, they were originally a set of boxed vintage cards. I think they will work perfectly for junk journals, and paper crafts. I wanted to share them as a free printable so you can enjoy them too!
I am so excited to be completed with the introduction to my One Little Word Journal. I use the prompts from Ali Edwards “One Little Word” class to guide me in setting the tone for the new year and what I plan to accomplish. This is one of my favorite projects. I start out with writing about the past year and setting goals for the new year. This includes my creative business, my family, my home and just different aspects of my life. I also incorporate my One Little Word into the goals I want to set for myself for the upcoming year. This process sometimes takes a while but it’s worth it because at the end of the year, I will go back and reference and look at where I have come or what didn’t quite work out the way I expected. In this video, I show you a flip through of my SHINE journal. I plan to use this for the monthly prompts and just when I need to journal about my word. I used a composition notebook and in the video you will see how I construct and plan to use it. Thanks for watching! Rebecca