I had so much fun making these. They are already available in my Etsy shop. You can use these to decorate your journal or as a bookmark.
This handmade junk journal measures about 3 1/4 x 4 7/8 inches and has 3 signatures (96 pages – 192 front and back). It is already available in my Etsy shop. Please see the flip- through video of this journal.
Journal flip-through video.
This journal took me three weeks to finish. I love how the cover turned out. My favorite about creating junk journals is layering and sewing the papers together. I am running a 15% OFF sale in my Etsy shop so please check it out. Also please do check out the flip through video of this journal to see what’s inside. Thank you!
Hello beautiful people! I finally had the time to create an organizer for my ephemera, tags, embellishments, etc. I just had it with using too many trays and it is taking too much space on my desk. This is easy for me to just flip through the pages and not getting up all the time to get the trays. I have so many paper bags and tracing papers so I decided to put it to good use 🙂 This way I’ll be more productive.
This junk journal is 6 x 9 inches and has 52 pages (104 front and back). Most pages are coffee dyed. The musical sheets are from a song book dated 1970. This is available now at my Etsy shop. Please check out the flip through video below. This journal took me longer to finish because I had to make a collage for the cover.
I used a paper bag and collage it with tissue papers and scrapbook papers.
Please check the flip through video of this journal. Thanks
I’ve seen a lot of crafters making paper clip embellishments and I decided why not try it. I couldn’t stop and had so much fun. My favorite was the stitching part. I will be making more of these to add to my junk journals. What do you think? Thank you for stopping by.
It feels awesome to get back to mixed media collaging. Please watch the video on how I did it. This is my first try to do a how to video and I hope you like it.