I’ve discovered the beauty of junk journaling! I seem to have a penchant for loving to design things for hobbies that I don’t actually do! Why is that? Oh well, I guess if I look at it another way, designing IS my hobby, right?
So, after Lindsey contacted me about using some of my papers for an upcoming YouTube video guest design spot, (which I didn’t hesitate to take her up on!), she shared some Facebook Groups that I joined to get a look into this junk journaling hobby. I was immediately taken as I love creating vintage looking things already. These ladies create lovely vintage, shabby chic journals for personal use or to make and sell to others. They are gorgeous! Most appear to be used with physical items (fabric, paper clips, buttons, etc.), but digital paper can be used in them as well.
I immediately took the last two papers I did, “Vintage Linen” and “Spring Linen”, and created 8.5″x11″ versions of them to add to my stores. I know digiscrappers also use that size for layouts, so these will still be good for you to use in your scrapbooking. If you’re into junk journaling or want to see what it is, please visit Lindsey’s video incorporating a couple of my “Spring Linen” papers: 8×8 Spring Linen Junk Journal Album.
I’m also excited that after all this time, Lindsey will be my first official design team member. She was so kind to ask about using some of my papers, and we talked about her doing more designs for me if I liked what she did. I loved it, so viola – I have a team member lol. Please subscribe to her YouTube Channel to see more of what Lindsey creates. It may open up so new ideas for you!
I went to work immediately on some new papers with matching tags. These took about four days for me to get the look I wanted. The tags are typical scrapbook element sizes. They are available in all my shops, links to each store below the preview.
***Update!! Check out what Lindsey did with these papers: Paper Bag Loaded Bag.
As always, thanks for visiting!