Good Morning!!! I hope that everyone has had a crafty week.
We have had such horrible weather the last few weekends that I have just stayed indoors and done some crafting. I made a couple of Alice in Wonderland journals as well as some little junk journals. I do plan to get the tutorial for the little junk journals out this weekend.
I hope you enjoy!
I have a fun tutorial to share using the Tim Holtz paper dolls and his Botanical pack. I found this project in the December issue of the Somerset Studio and knew it had to go on my "To Do" list.
This is a quick, easy and tons of fun project!!
Happy Saturday!! It is a COLD and BLUSTERY day in the Ozarks this Saturday. I good day to stay indoors and do some crafting!! I wanted to share the 2019 Daphne's Diary Planner that I purchased a few weeks ago at my local Barnes and Noble store.
I am not a planner person, but love all the DD products, so I decided to make the planner my personal journal.
Below is a video of the first few pages that I have completed. I hope that you enjoy it!
Well, we are officially into 2019. I cannot believe how the years have flown by. I will turn 57 years old in a little over one month. So hard to believe that I can be this age. The best part of getting older is looking forward to retirement and that I AM!!!
Crafting is such a huge part of my life and has been for the past 10 years or more. I absolutely LOVE creating journals, collaging, playing with pockets and tags and dabbling with mixed media some. I will continue with my passion of crafting into retirement along with my other passion of hunting for those vintage treasures at the Antique Shops and Malls. I am so looking forward to it!!
I have some new journals to share that I made using the "Dear Diary" paper collection by Mintay. This collection is so fun!!
Yay, we made it through another work week!! This will be the last post in 2018 and I wanted to take a minute and just say "THANK YOU" for sticking with me through the year. I hope to bring more content to the blog in 2019.
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a WONDERFUL New Year!!!
Hi my crafty friends!!
I hope that your weekend has been a great one!! I never look forward to Mondays. I wish it could stay Sunday just a couple days longer...LOL.
I have a few fun journals I wanted to share today. I do have a tutorial coming on the altered file folder pocket, so be looking for that. Have a WONDERFUL week ahead!!
December 1st. is here!! We are just a few weeks until Christmas. I personally have all my shopping done for the Holiday. Now to get them wrapped and ready to place under the tree. I love Christmas!!
I want to share some fun altered file folders that I have cut down and made into pockets to place a journal in. These are sooooooo much fun to make. In the description box of the video, I have placed 2 links for you to go for more altered file folder inspiration. These 2 ladies are where I received mine from.
Have a GREAT weekend!!
Can you believe that we are already in November and Thanks giving is this coming Thursday!! WOW, where did the year go???
I have a journal share that is my favorite kind of journal to work on. It is all about the vintage children, shabby chic, pink and lace!!
Shabby Sophie Journal
Fun fabric pocket made from a vintage table runner.
A short snippet roll that will be used for a bookmark.
I used pink stitching throughout.
Lots of fun pockets and lace attached to the journaling paper.
A fun tea bag fold journaling paper.
This is an altered remittance envelope that I clipped onto the page.
The back cover.
Here are a couple of links to this journal. One is to the journal itself and the other is to the tutorial I have on the tea bag fold journaling paper.
Hello my crafty friends.
I cannot believe that it is November and the holidays are right around the corner. Where has this year gone???? To be honest, Thanksgiving and Christmas are my favorite holidays.
I have a journal I wanted to share. Couldn't wait any longer, just had to make a Christmas one. I used Stamperia's Pink Christmas cards. They are adorable!! I have just a few pics, but wanted to share them with you.
What a BEAUTIFUL Fall day!! It is just gorgeous in the Ozarks today. I wanted to share my very rough and rugged journal that I made for the Deserted Island Challenge from Nik The Booksmith on YouTube. I never knew it could be such a challenge working with such few items. I thought this would be a breeze for the simple fact that I use or at least thought I used very few items anyway when making my journals. This challenge made me realize that I am very appreciative of all he wonderful tools that are readily available in papercrafting.
What a CHILLY day in the Ozarks!! I hope that you have had a crafty weekend my friend. I myself finished up a fun journal that I had gutted a cute vintage book and reused the cover to. I love finding cute vintage books just for this purpose. I only took a few photos, but wanted to share them with you.
I used a library pocket on the back side of the front cover.
Love to collage!
I made a couple linen pockets to add in this journal.
Sorry for only taking a couple of pics. This is a 2 signature journal that came out just a little chunky. I love how it came together.
What a beautiful day in the Ozarks!!
I have been working on this Halloween journal for the last couple of weeks. I finally have it completed and wanted to share a few photos with you. I repurposed an old book and used it for the cover. I did do a tutorial on how I bound the journal together.
Here is the link: https://youtu.be/DHCSa6jkDj0
This was such a fun journal to make. I used images from Lisa's Altered Art on Etsy. Thanks for taking a look!
Fun Halloween Journal
Inside front cover I placed a pocket with a journal card.