For the month of January, I joined in on the challenge hosted by miavibes and megjournals on Instagram called #junkjournaljanuary – which is all about working in your junk journal.
After finishing up this junk journal, I decided to share a flip thru to show all the pages I’ve created (simple as they might be) and encourage you to get creative. It can be just a few minutes a day. Here’s a flip through of my homemade junk journal…
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Here’s a peek into my process of making a simple junk journal for #junkjournaljanuary
I decided to join into the Instagram challenge #junkjournaljanuary and made this quick journal for the purpose. I’ve used a mix of papers from my stash, many papers from Flow Magazine. And the cover is an old handmade pocket journal I had made, that I’m reusing as the cover. Check out my process and thoughts in the video below.
I’m just getting into junk journals lately, but excited to try it more often and create more printables and journals in this style. If you are looking for vintage papers for your junk journal, check out my free vintage paper printable here.
Art Journalling has been a blessing in disguise this past year. A place to express myself with marks, colors, images… and words… this is my video to say goodbye to 2018 and welcome 2019 with open arms.
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