I have been working on a junk journal for a few weeks now and decided to add some of my digital printables to a couple of the pages. I used the latest Multimedia Crafts Digital Blog Freebie called, “Ads Envelope Template”, and the Multimedia Crafts Digital Facebook Freebie called, “Aged Stamps”. I made twoContinue reading “Junk Journal Pages Series 1 Part 3: Using Digital Printables”
When it comes to crafting, I love to take an existing idea or technique and merge it with my own new spin on it. Crafting is somewhat like a wedding. We are married to what we love. We create an alliance with supplies, videos, magazines, and things we see in stores on display, giving usContinue reading “Something Borrowed, Something New”
Do you crafty-holics make New Year’s Resolutions for resolving your project woes? Are there any skills that you have just not mastered yet? Since there are so many exciting ideas out there to try, it is good to add more techniques or styles to your existing mastery. I like to challenge myself to create somethingContinue reading “New Years Crafty-lutions 2020”
I want to show you one of my latest templates I created in Photoshop. This is the 6.25” x 6” Lilac Envelope made from the digital template that I have in my Esty shop. I use templates to make elements that work well with scrapbooks, junk journals, and various other mixed media projects. This pieceContinue reading “Lilac Envelope Template”
Get more freebies weekly! Please enjoy this latest six piece 8.5″ x 11″ paper kit. The papers have a “nostalgic era” feel to them. Bring the past back to life. Use this paper pack with journals, scrapbooks, collages, tags, mats, and multiple types of mixed media projects. Click to download.
For all the do-it-yourself (diy) paper crafters out there, which type of papers do you use when making your junk journals? Do you use mainstream brands such as Graphic 45, Bo Bunny, My Mind’s Eye, and Tim Holtz Paperstash, or do you purchase digital designs from online vendors, such as multimediacraftsdigi.etsy.com? I like to useContinue reading “Junk Journal Paper”