Hello and welcome to my blog today. I’ve been busy working on a set of 5 junk journals. This time I decided that the theme would be One Fine Day Prayer Journal. Using Calico Collage’s Digital Journal Kit – One Fine Day, stamps, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists, Stencils, Pages out of an old Bible, Napkins, Lace, Trims, Fabric and my sewing machine.
Flip through video One Fine Day Prayer Journal.
There are ten sheets of paper folded to make 40 pages for this 5.5 x 8.5 inch journal. While I used the same digital images from Calico Collage to make 5 One Fine Day Prayer Journals, each one is similar but slightly different.
Supplies Used for the One Fine Day Prayer Journal.
- Calico Collage One Fine Day Digital Journal Kit
- Tulip Dimensional Glitter Paint
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist, True Turquoise, Patina, Party Pink, Taffy
- Scraps of fabric, lace, and trims.
- Lace Stencil
- Bird Stencil
- Rubber Stamps and Clear Stamps
- Best Glue Ever, By ScraPerfect
- Post Cards, Bookmarks, Denim and cards from Canvas Corp Brands
- Sewing Machine
- Vintage Photo Distress Ink
- Ranger Ink Blending Tool
- Detail ink – Raven from Brutus Monroe
- Best Cleaner Ever By ScraPerfect used to clean stamps
When I got started making the One Fine Day Prayer Journal I thought I would make one. But then I got carried away when printing and ended up printing enough to make five journals. These are listed in my store.
Tattered Angles Glimmer Mists was used on almost all of the pages in the One Fine Day Prayer Journal.
Being able to use stamps is a lot of fun for me. Since I have so many stamps in my collection it feels good to get them out and use them in projects like this for the One Fine Day Prayer Journal.
On the video, I said dictionary pages were used, but it was pages from an old family bible that I found at a thrift store. The bible had been damaged and written upon. I thought it was perfect to use for pages and elements for the One Fine Day Prayer Journal.
Folding a page from a bible I created a pocket that has four tuck spots.
It is hard to see the glitter on the pages and elements, but it is so beautiful in person.
A napkin and bible page was used for the pocket on this page.
Simple stamping on an ivory bookmark adding a touch of fabric and trim with sewing.
An altered bookmark made using leftover bits of scrapbook paper and trim.
A little bit of denim was used for a pocket on the back inside cover.
Stamped the verse on a scrap of pink cardstock and added Vintage Photo Distress Ink around the edges.
The tie for the One Fine Day Prayer Journal is a scrap of fabric cut at one inch wide and long enough to wrap around the journal sewn to the back cover.
There is a great satisfaction of accomplishment when I finish a junk journal. I love flipping through the finished junk journal, looking at the pages, feeling the textures. What is your favorite thing to do with a junk journal?
Make sure to check out the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Of course, you are welcome to join the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. The group is growing daily and we are a friendly group willing to help each other and encourage each other.
My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today for the One Fine Day Prayer Journal.