Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Junk Journals. Get inspired and try out new things.
Find out everything you need to know about junk journals. How to make a junk journal and what you can do with it once it's done
Lora Roberts saved to papercrafting
Curious about junk journaling? Learn what a junk journal is, ways to use one, and how to get started making your very own junk journals.
Christine Delea saved to Altered Books
100+ Junk Journal Ideas! Handmade Junk Journal inspiration – Nature, Home & Family, Holidays, Places, Mythical & Mystical, Styles, Structures, & more!
Lisa Svencicki saved to cottage
Wondering how to use a junk journal? We've got 6 ideas for you try! #junkjournal #journal #craft #diy
Find an ever-growing list of links to free junk journal printables just waiting for you to download and use in your own journals.
Learn some Junk Journal Page Ideas for making pretty pages and spreads! Lots of tips and ideas in this last part of the DIY series.
Cynthia Townley saved to Art Journal
Looking for inspiration to fill those journal pages? Keep scrolling for 12 fresh ideas to add interest, layers & movement to your junk journal! 1. Fussy Cuts & Stickers Layer them on your page for a collage look! Or fill an envelope with flowers and add it to your page. These are from our Botanical Ephemera Fussy Cuts. The bottom photo is our Fussy Cut Flowers and Inspirational Journal Words. 2. Charms Use lace & bulb pins to dangle some charms across the page. 3. Pockets It seems obvious…
Beth Schwind saved to junk journal
These free junk journal tutorials are guaranteed to inspire you to learn new junk journaling techniques and processes.
Annette Huppert saved to journaling ideas
Oct 2, 2018 - Explore betty's board "Fabric journals", followed by 153 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about fabric journals, fabric book, fa
Debi Rule saved to Junk Journals
The July Cards, Tags and More Kit from Très Jolie came with a Tim Holtz fabric journal, an 8” x 8” pad featuring Stamperia’s Imagine collection, and a ton of trims and odds and ends, all the ingredients need to make a junk journal. I added a (very) few items from my stash and got started. Here’s what I came up with… I started by measuring and cutting the script paper to wrap around the entire outside cover. After distressing and inking the edges, I glued it on with matte gel medium. (I used…
Karen Burns saved to Junk Journals