Tutorial Mini Composition Junk Journal

Continuing on the 12 days of Junk Journal Gift ideas, I’m sharing Tutorial Mini Composition Junk Journal for day 6. This is a quick gift that is perfect for just about anyone.

Tutorial Mini Composition Junk Journal

Using mini composition journals I picked up from the Dollar Tree helps to make this a fast project. This is also a great time to pull some old papers out of a book, I used a dictionary page for the covers.

Video Tutorial Mini Composition Junk Journal

Supplies for the Tutorial Mini Composition Junk Journal
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists, Rouge, Red Chiles, Hemlock Green.
Simply Sheer Spicy Mustard
Dictionary pages
mini composition books
Distress ink – Vintage photo
Aleene’s Tacky glue
Foam Brush
Prima paper flowers, green, orange and yellow
Paper punch – Flag or mini banner shape
Tulip Glitter Paint
Fiskars Scissors
Fabric cut at 1 inch and the width of the fabric.

In the video, I adhered the paper to the journal first, but what I should have done was sprayed with the Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists. Then adhere the page to the cover of the journal.

Tutorial Mini Composition Junk Journal

Of course, you could use other papers, fabric, and flowers than what I used. There are so many different options that you could use to decorate these mini composition journals.

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After making a few of these I need to buy more of these tiny journals, these are so cute!

This project is also a part of the 12 Days of Junk Journal Gift Ideas 2017:

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