When digging through my papers I found an old planner that my brother gave to me and thought I need to turn this Planner Page into Junk Journal Page. So today I’m sharing how I turned it into the junk journal page using Tattered Angels Glimmer mists, Scrapbook papers, and images from Calico Collage’s Fairy Garden digital journal kit.
The supplies used for turning a Planner Page into Junk Journal Page.
- Fairy Garden journal images from Calico Collage
- Tim Holtz Distress ink, Vintage Photo
- Ranger Ink Blending Tool
- Vintage Photo Reinker
- Old Planner page.
- Scrapbook paper and scraps of cardstock and notebook paper
- Heat tool
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist, Walnut Gold, Kraft
- Fiskar Scissors
- Glue Stick
- Stencil created using Cricut Explore Air on Write on Transparency.
Video Tutorial showing how to make Planner Page into Junk Journal Page.
Taking an old Planner Page and using as a junk journal page is another way to use up those old things that are laying around. Begin by trimming the page to the size that matches your other pages for the journal. Or leave it the original size for a larger page.
Apply Walnut Gold and Kraft Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist through a stencil on the Planner Page. I made my stencil using my Cricut Explore Air and write on transparency. I love how I can custom make stencils for projects like this one.
Cut scrapbook paper the same width as the planner page when in landscape and about 6 inches tall. Then fold in half (hot dog style – a term I learned a few weeks ago to indicate that it will be long and skinny like a hotdog). Attach to the planner page on the bottom covering up the holes using Aleene’s Tacky glue.
Spray a scrap of purple cardstock with Tattered Angels to alter the color. Then attach scraps of notebook paper by folding over the top edge a little and stapling in place.
Attach the floral element with a glue stick and add the journal cards into the pockets. Now enjoy the page you made by Planner Page into Junk Journal Page.
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