Sharing A Christmas Dream Creative Box Junk Journal created during the live stream on November 9th on YouTube. Using the creative box, stamps, stencils and more I show how to create a couple of the journal pages during the live and bind the journal.

Live Creating Christmas Dream Junk Journals.

 

Supplies used for the A Christmas Dream Creative Box Junk Journal.
Creating this A Christmas Dream Creative Box Junk Journal was so much fun for me. I loved being able to mix in stamps, stencils, book pages and more throughout the journal.

A Christmas Dream Creative Box Junk Journal

During the live stream I shared how to create the tassel. Use the fibers and charms included in the kit to create a fun tassel. Look for a broken chain in your costume jewelry or pick up jewelry chain to attach the charms. Love adding the sequins and beads to the bulb pins, creating a tassel like this one is super easy!

Although it is hard to see in the photos I have added Tulip Dimensional Glitter paint to the pages and elements. Using the Tulip paint gives a pretty sparkle and reminds me of old fashioned greeting cards.

Norella of Calico Collage created the images used for A Christmas Dream. She also used some of my hand drawn stencil designs like the one seen on the green page below.

The page on the right is from the Christmas Sprayed Stenciled Stamped Journal Page Tutorial. Seeing the pages blended with the digital kit is like magic to me. I can create the pages and then stack together for the journal.

See that Santa face poking out on the page on the right? Check out the Christmas Gel Printing into Junk Journal Page Tutorial where I show how to create the gel prints and then stamp journal cards.

Embossing powder applied to chipboard makes these pieces so beautiful. The stencil design on the green page is one of the stencils in the kit. I used the Holly Leaf Green from the A Christmas Dream Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists kit.

Little Santa tag created during the Stamped Christmas Gift Tags Tutorial. It is a quick tutorial and a great way to create a bunch of tags to have on hand.

Adding advent journal cards from the December Advent Journal Cards Tutorial to the page on the right, after I created this multi layered pocket from gel print strips made during the Gel Prints from Christmas Gel Printing into Junk Journal Page Tutorial.

Here is a closer look at the page without the journal cards in the pockets. Washi tape is a great way to fill in space and add pattern to a journal page.

In the center of the journal, flip out pages with lots of goodies. The page below features one of the half sheet stencils included in the kit along with the snowflake chip board piece and the ticket.

Creating this colorful page was so much fun. I love how Santa’s Sleigh turned out with the white reindeer. Embossing powder was used to give both pieces sparkle.

On the page on the left one of the stencils from the A Christmas Dream Creative Kit with the beautiful red TAGM also included in the creative kit.

Embossing powder is a great way to dress up the laser chipboard pieces that are included in the kit.

Using a book page, gel print and rubber stamps I created the envelope pocket. The envelope opens up to reveal writing space.

Grab the A Christmas Dream Creative Box today before these sell out and you can create your own version.

What was your favorite part of this journal? Mine was the center page with all the yummy items. So much color and texture!

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Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today to see my A Christmas Dream Creative Box Junk Journal.


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