With the end of 2017 it is time to get a new planner for 2018 and I decided to make one. Sharing a Tutorial Dragonfly Bullet Planner Junk Journal. This Dragonfly Bullet Planner Junk Journal is made using Digital Images from Calico Collage – Dragonfly Delight. A Dollar Tree planner, bullet journal and monthly dividers from a 2017 Happy Planner.
Collecting a few of the following for this Dragonfly Bullet Planner Junk Journal.
- Dragonfly Delight digital journal kit from Calico Collage
- Dollar tree weekly planner
- Bullet Journal from Michales
- 2017 Happy Planner monthly dividers
- Stencil made on Cricut
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists, Curious
- Fabric – I used a fat quarter I picked up a while ago
- Lace and ribbon
- Sewing Machine
- Acrylic Paint, blue, metallic teal, and pink
- Tulip Dimensional Glitter paint
- Rubber stamps
- Embossing powder Gold From Brutus Monroe
- Embossing Ink from Brutus Monroe
- Heat Tool
- Card Stock I used blue
- Aleene’s Tacky glue
- Washi Tape
- Distress Ink, Stormy Sky
- Ranger Ink Blending Tool
- Monthly Calendar from print-a-calendar.com
- Seam binding
- Composition book pages – notebook pages
- Book pages
- Iridescent Glitter Tule – I found this in the Christmas Decorations
- Brutus Monroe Detail Ink – Raven
- Dragonfly Paper Punch
- Xacto knife.
- Tim Holtz / Tonic Studios Craft Pick
- Waxed Linen Thread
- Bookbinders Needles
- Fiskars Scissors
- Fiskars 12 Inch Portable Rotary Paper Trimmer
- McGill Stylis set
Here is a video Tutorial Dragonfly Bullet Planner Junk Journal.
To make this Dragonfly Bullet Planner Junk Journal I began with taking apart the bullet journal. This is where a Xacto knife comes in handy. When you locate the start of the signature it is easy to pull the book apart.
Next, take the staple out of the Dollar Tree Planner. Then cut the pages down the spine because this was a one signature book and the pages need to be broken up into a three signature book.
Composition book pages are sewn to the calendar side of the Happy Planner monthly tabs. The top and bottom are sewn down and that makes pockets on each page.
When printing the Calico Collage Dragonfly Delight pages I print lines on the back side. Then use the handmade dragonfly stencil and Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists on the back side of the pages.
While the stencil and Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists are out, apply to the bullet journal pages.
Use Distress Inks to stamp Dragonflies and quotes on the pages. I like how it adds another element to each page.
Acrylic paint was applied to the book pages with an old credit card. When the paint is spread thin with the card it allows the words to be faintly seen in the background. Stamp with Brutus Monroe Embossing ink and sprinkle with Brutus Monroe Gold embossing powder heat set.
These new painted book pages were then folded on one side then sewn with a zigzag stitch. Now, these are new pockets for the Dragonfly Bullet Planner Junk Journal.
Group the pages together. Paying attention to where the monthly tabs and the weekly planner pages fall in the Dragonfly Bullet Planner Junk Journal.
Once all the pages have been arranged it is time to attach the planner pages. Using Washi tape either attach to a journal page or to a corresponding planner page. These new pages will then rest in the journal and can be bound to the cover.
Making the cover is something I really enjoy. It makes me feel happy that this journal is almost complete. When the signatures are applied I will sometimes pet the journal. It makes me so happy.
As I sit and admire my journal it fills me with joy. This is MY Dragonfly Bullet Planner Junk Journal. I get to use this for the next year. Hopefully, I will enjoy every day I get to write inside.
If you haven’t taken the time to make your own junk journal do so today. Heck, you can even try to make your own Dragonfly Bullet Planner Junk Journal.
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