Hello and welcome back to another video in the Junk Journal your December Daily. In this video I show you how to create a mixed media page using a hymnal page, watercolor, and a vintage Christmas Card. I love using supplies from my journaling stash! I hope you are inspired to create a page too. Apologies for the interruption with my 7 month old dachshund… he is a mess 🙂 Thanks for watching!
Hello and welcome back to Video Number 2 in the Junk Journal your Christmas / December Daily 2019! This series is all about using your Christmas Stash! In this video I’m using lace, ribbons and a variety of fibers to create a PINK tree within my journal. As I talk about in the video I am dreaming of a pink tree this year, even if only in my journal! This is a project that can be created with all sorts of different papers, ribbons and of course lace! I hope you are inspired to create a tree too! Thanks for watching!
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 today’s video I show a little something new I have been experimenting in my journal. So many times I do not have time to write full blown journal pages but I want to capture the days using one sentence or possibly a significant date (birthdays, anniversaries). I have started to create “a week at a glance” in my Cahier size Junk Journal. I use a combination of stickers, stamps and ephemera to set the week. Once the week is set I use the next pages in my journal for writing more details and adding photos and ephemera. I hope you are inspired to create in your journal today!
Thanks for watching! Rebecca
February is right around the corner with all it’s pinks, reds, hearts and of course chocolate. Growing up I LOVED February for just this reason… Valentines Day. I can still see a visual of me sitting on the bus with my box of valentines ready to be handed out to my classmates. I also remember making valentine boxes out of shoeboxes and paper plates and hang for all your friends to fill with cards. Then I became a teenager and a young adult and experienced having a NON-romantic boyfriend during Valentines and I remember breaking up with this boyfriend because he did absolutely NOTHING for this special date meant for LOVE. I also remember working in an office environment feeling less love because everyone else in the office received a large bouquet of flowers and my desk sat blah with NO flowers, chocolate or love notes. Now that I’m older and wiser (wink, wink) I do not put so much emphases on receiving Valentines to make me feel important or loved. Now, I enjoy the hearts and all the pinks and reds for the fun and LOVE of it all. So in the midst of the season to spread love I wanted to share one of my girls “Love Letters” with you. Print on sticker sheet or cardstock and cut! ENJOY!! Happy February! Happy Hearts and Happy Valentines Day! ~ Rebecca Hoot
They are here!! New ornaments along with old ornaments are now in stock now! The new designs include:
Church in the Wildwood
Of course I brought back the fave’s Santa, Mr. and Mrs. Snowman and all the wonderful fun girls! Be sure to check out the shop to see the listings. Once they are gone, their gone!
Tis the seasons for cuteness!
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:
Halloween Witch can be printed here
Pumpkin patch can be printed here
Here is the video to show you my process: