Welcome back to Video number 9 in the Creative Junk Journaling Series. Let’s just say I could go on and on and decorate with ephemera. It is just so fun. I really didn’t know where to start because there is SO MUCH fun ephemera..old, new, vintage, colorful, shabby chic, retro… endless possibilities!
Hello and Happy almost Easter! One of my most cherished possessions is a box full of my great grandmother’s postcards when she use to write her friends and sister. They are all dated from the early 1900’s. I can’t tell you how many times I have flipped through them. I love the graphics and stories they tell. I wanted to share a few of my Easter favorites with you to be able to print out and use as stationery or in your journals/ planners!
Wishing you a Happy and Safe Easter. I hope this brings you joy among this crazy quarantine time!
Happy Creating! Rebecca
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!
Thanks for watching! Rebecca
Hello and welcome back to the Creative Junk Journal Series No. 3. In this Video I show you my monthly routine of setting up the “Journal of the Month” In this case it is April. I show you a few techniques for securing an extra thick journal and adding a pocket page protector for additional pockets to add sparkle to your journal. This is one of my favorite things to do each month. To create and start a new journal! it’s like having a new beginning. Thanks so much for following along in this series, I hope you are inspired to CREATE!
Thanks, for watching! Rebecca
January “Let’s Stay Home” CWR Stationery/ Planner/ Journal Kit
Hello January and Happy New Year! This is the time of the year that I’m ready look back at the past year and see what has been accomplished along with setting goals for the New Year. A time for organization and getting things back to the norm after the last few months of holiday fun! I like to think of the month of January as a recuperation month, to stay home, take deep breaths and make plans for the upcoming year. Personally, for me this includes getting those boxes unpacked that have been sitting in the garage for 6 months! Yikes! I loved creating for this kit, so happy to include a set of diecuts of hand painted houses using watercolor and acrylic paint.
This kit was so fun to put together, I wanted it to have all the feels of staying home. Each item was carefully selected and assembled to match a perfect little kit just for you or to send to a dear friend to enjoy!
Another exciting addition to this kit is the option to be able to purchase the print of the art. There are two sizes available, a 8 x 10 or 5 x 7!
Be sure to check out my shop for details and to purchase one!
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!
Thanks for watching!