Junk journaling for stress relief

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Not much skill required

I wrote about wanting to make a junk journal from an old book. I may never get that done, but I found a way to satisfy my junk journaling desires without having to learn a multi-step process.

I bought this keepsake journal from Scrapbook.com for under $4.00 and went to work with my paper scraps, washi tape, and various ephemera.

Journaling this way is relaxing, fun, and satisfying. I used double-sided adhesive to stick everything down and stapled in the page tabs.

Create your own Keepsake Book
Front cover of junk journal
Scrapbook paper cover$
Junk journal page
Page includes digital art printed with Polaroid Zip mobile printer.
Junk journal page
Page includes printable collage image by Teesha Moore. Teesha’s work is amazing. You should definitely check her out.
Junk journal page
Page includes printable collage image by Teesha Moore.
Junk journal page
With another Teesha Moore image
Junk journal page
Instax photo of Sadie
Junk journal image
Some more Teesha images in this one
Acrylic paint and stick-on embellishment

I plan to use my Cricut to make more embellishments for the rest of this journal and future projects. If you’re a Cricut user, check out the Flash Sale at Cricut.com for deals like 40% off select materials and accessories, and Maker Machines starting at $349.

Remember, you don’t have to be perfect, and neither does your journal.

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