Making handmade paper was quite fun. They turned out great and I used some of it to create embellishments, pockets, and belly bands for my junk journals. The only thing I don’t like about handmade papers they are not great for watercolors. Maybe there other ways to make paper that can work with watercolors. I will try and research more. Please visit my Etsy shop for new items.
Hello beautiful people! I think this is my 22nd junk journal that I made so far and many more to do. I remembered my first junk journal that I made it was a disaster. I was watching a youtube tutorials and they are using double sided tape to put together a junk journal. So I tried using double sided tape and at first I was happy because it was going so well but when the weather gets cold my pages fell apart. So I researched youtube for more tutorials and learned how to sew and found the best glue to use for the pockets and tucks. It worked perfectly and never had a problem with my pages falling apart. I never used double sided tape for any of my pages for years. Please check out my flip through video to see the inside of this junk journal.
Hello beautiful people! It’s been awhile since I posted my last junk journal. Please do check out my Etsy shop and the flip through video of this journal.
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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 used grocery paper bags to create some of my journal pages. It’s time to recycle.