While trying to find a way to use some late-1800s photos of men, I decided to make a “little black book” based on a fictitious, daring young girl who loves flirting with the boys. She definitely doesn’t want her mama finding this book!
From time to time I like a bit of the gothic! I took some black and white photos from a few spots inside Papertown and made some awesomely spooky journaling cards.
You can purchase these as a digital download from my Etsy shop.
A beautifully grungy journal. Sold.
I made this journal with the January February 2020 Ezine! The ezine pages are great for printing and folding to make your own junk journals. Glue in them, write in them, etc.
Here is a video of the journal.
I love taking bits of broken hardware, old keys, and stones to make junky jewelry. I hope to share more of this on my channel in the future!
Sometimes getting creative is the answer to a bad day, an injustice, or even depression. After a really upsetting event in my life, I decided to design a new tiny prayer journal.
Do you enjoy making journal covers? I do! I sometimes go all out, and sometimes do something simple. Whatever the case, I know each journal will end up filled with all sorts of good stuff to fill it out. I remember these journal covers were prompted by simply wanting to use up some old quilt and fabric scraps.
Merry Christmas from our house to yours!
A small junk journal is perfect for carrying in your purse or travel bag. A few pens and a glue stick make the perfect companion so that you can journal wherever you go!
Challenge yourself to dive into a color you seldom use! You may just fall in love. I didn’t really use a lot of blue in my art work until I created a large journal called “Big Blue.” It was a personal challenge to bring blue into my artwork. Now I use blue on a regular basis, and I love it!