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.
Hello beautiful people. These junk journal embellishments are now available in my Etsy shop. All the items in my shop are 10% OFF so please do check it out.
I am having so much fun creating junk journals. This journal measures 3 1/4 x 6 1/4 inches and cuter in person. I also included a flip through video and I apologize if the video is blurry. I just couldn’t figure it out why after I uploaded it to youtube it ended up blurry. I’m still new to making youtube videos so I really appreciate any suggestions on how to fix blurry youtube videos. I use my iPhone for recording videos and iMovie for editing. So if you guys are expert on making youtube videos, I am open to any suggestions. Well anyway, this journal is already available in my Etsy shop.
Here is the flip through video.
I’ve finished another one this weekend and I love how the cover turned out. I used scrap fabrics for the cover. The journal measures 5 x 5 inches and also include pockets and inserts. Please check out the journal on my Etsy shop.
Please check out the junk journal flip through video to see the what’s inside. Thanks!
The junk journal has six signatures and measures 5 1/2 x 5 1/2. It took me awhile to finish it because of sewing the signatures to the cover. This is available on my Etsy shop.
Please watch the flip through video to see the pages. Thank you!
This is the tiniest junk journal I’ve ever made. It was much difficult to put together than the largest ones but it was more fun. It turned out to be so cute and easy to carry around. This journal is available on my Etsy shop.
Check out the flip through video for this journal.
I made this junk journal tags two months ago and gave it to my daughter’s teacher as a thank you gift for being such an awesome teacher.
I didn’t know that gelli printing can be so much fun until I tried it. The hardest part for me was the image transfer from a magazine. I made a lot of errors. I watched a video about it and the techniques was to use a small amount of acrylic paint and do not press the image too long on the gelli plate. Tried it and it worked. I will be doing a lot more gelli printing and will post them soon.
My very first junk journal. Did a lot of stitching to each page to add interest. There are three signatures and I stitched them to the spine instead of using glue or double-sided tape. Tried double-sided tape before but when the weather gets too cold, the tape came off and everything fell apart. I also used fabric for the cover. I’ve seen a lot of crafters using double-sided tape to put pages together or even for binding and it works for them. But when I tried using tape it doesn’t work and it’s not strong enough to hold everything together. So I am still searching for best glue or tape for bookbinding because I want to try to create a journal that I don’t have to do any stitching.