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Monday, September 26, 2011

Bonus Junk Journal

I made this junk journal for a swap on MAS...she wanted it for her two boys.  I thought she needed a book just for her, so I made her another one.  I can't help it, they are addictive!
So, I came up with this one just for her...
 The cover is 7 Gypsies with some Echo Park journaling tags, Recollections bling and a wooden butterfly.
 I hung some charms and ribbons from the first book ring.
 Inside cover with library pocket from the Learning Palace and 7 gypsies tags and paper.  The paper was 6x6, I folded it over and...
 Glued it to make a vertical pocket for more tags.  I got the Theresa Collins month page, cut it up for pages.
 Tim Holtz tickets, 7 Gypsies pocket, and paper from an old vintage time keeper book.
 Post cards are here also.
 More vintage record book papers.  The blue is an envelope.
 Some scrapbook paper folded to make a pocket page.
 7 Gypsies ephemera and a sales order form I found at the thrift store.
 A mini file folder, and a giant tag that I folded up and glued to make a pocket for smash book journaling tags.
 7 Gypsies transparent tags.
 A large envelope that I cut the flap off, folded, and created two pockets with.  There are paper tags in them.
 More ledger papers.
 This pocket page was made out of a replica Sears catalog that I found in an antique store.
 I put more Smash Book Journaling tags in it.
 A black paper bag with tags...
 This paper I cut into a file folder shape.
 I put clips on it, and other pages as well.

I put a Tim Holtz glassine bag here, and used a doily folded up to make a pocket and put tags in it.

She loved it!! On Wednesday I am going to share with you the AWESOME book and goodies she  sent to me!!!



Scrappin Mommy said...

this is soo great! I love it! Thanks for showing us your projects!! hugs

Breanne Smith said...

Oooooh Pretty! Thanks for the inspiration!