Hello. Welcome to my crafting table.
Today I am sharing two things I created for SWAPs.
A Red Junk Journal page and a Flowish Junk Journal.
First the Red theme J.J. Page. I almost didn't sign up for this SWAP. I didn't think I had enough Red . . .
When you sign up this group requires a Sneak Peek. Here's mine . . .
As soon as I saw these Adirondack Chairs I was on a roll. I made this picture the front or cover. I folded the bottom under to make a pocket on the inside . . .
When you open the page you find the fold up pocket. I made the with a napkin. Old fashioned decopauge.
The first page which the center is a wax paper sandwich bag.
Inside the bag I placed a sewn piece I made from paper and fabric scraps. I love making these.
I included a magnetic book mark
I am so sorry you can't see this pretty color. I dyed some paper using Raspberry Kool Aid.
Junk Journals contain Junk. This is a page from a Drivers Education handbook.
I love to include this paper I bought at Hobby Lobby. It came on a roll and was marked down to $2.00.
I folded it to make a pocket and added a Journaling card.
Interesting color and design. This paper is lined on the back.
A pretty little bag . . .
Cut from a cereal box. More Junk.
A paper I dyed and added a piece of ribbon.
A page from a Muffy Bear journal.
I made a Snipit roll and used it as a belly band to hold tags.
A nice piece of paper.
I made a pocket from the instruction page of a sewing pattern.
Stuffed into the pocket. The gold piece is from a Cigar. The paper is gorgeous.
A black and white photo
A coring page
A journaling card I made from a hymnal page.
The back is decoupage
A pretty floral page from the picture book
This page had lots of blank space for Journaling.
An Avocado dyed paper. I left the edges for texture.
And last a page from the picture book. I like to include some florals.
Everyone likes flowers don't they?
One of my favorite things to do I call Cut & Glue. Which translates to making Junk Journals.
I love SWAPs it is fun to receive things someone else made.
I hope you enjoyed visiting my little crafting table.
I'll be back soon sharing my next project.