Just added these handmade junk journal embellishments/decors to my Etsy shop. You can add these to your scrapbook, junk journal, traveler’s journal and photo journal.
This journal took me awhile to create. It has a lot of pockets and tuck spots. It is already sold out on my Etsy shop. Please check out the video below to see the inside of this journal.
Please check out the flip through video to see the inside of the journal.
Please check out this cute junk journal I just made. It is available in my Etsy shop. Also check out the flip through video to see what’s inside. Thank you 😊.
Please check out the flip through video.
I finally got my cricut machine and can’t stop using it to create die cuts and stickers. I used procreate to draw all my die cuts and I’m still getting used to it. All these die cuts are available in my Etsy shop.
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.
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.
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.
Happy Friday everyone! Today I would like to share with you a birthday card that I made for a friend. I like creating handmade cards for love ones because it is more meaningful to the recipient and more attractive than the ones you buy at the store. I also like receiving handmade cards because of so much love that they put into it. Every handmade cards are a work of art. For this card I applied textured paste by using Bricked Stencil from Tim Holtz collection. I used my silhouette portrait to cut my butterfly and applied distress ink. To make the card more interesting I added layers of torn scrapbook papers and burlap ribbon. I also added some flower embellishments and decided not to color the flowers and leave it as is. For every project I’ve done, I always love to add a splatter of colors as my final touch. It gives it more like a grungy look. Thank you for looking. 🙂