Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial is the challenge for May inside the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Use your scraps, rubber stamps and more to create a Masterboard and then cut it up to create elements to use in junk journals.

Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial

Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial Video

Supplies Used for the Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial
Pull out those scraps and get started. Sometimes I like to pull papers that coordinate and other times I pick random papers. Since I wanted to make a few items to go with a journal I’m creating I decided to pick papers that went together.

Adhere papers to a base paper. I chose to use a book page as my base, but you can use junk mail or anything you like.

Once all the papers have been adhered to the page it is time to add some interest with rubber stamps.  I like to pick patterns that I feel will look pretty over printed papers.

Adding gold embossing powder to the last layer of stamped images gives a beautiful shimmer.

Now that all the stamping is done it is time to cut up the page.

Some of the ways to use this page is to create pockets, journal cards and more as seen below.

Corner Pocket / tuck spots are a great way to hold additional journal cards

Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial

Traditional Pocket and Belly Band
Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements TutorialTall Journal cards
Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial

Lots of goodies can be made from one Masterboard.

Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial

Create your own Masterboard, take a photo before you cut it up. Then cut it up and make elements and take another photo. Share these photos inside the Event for the May 2022 Challenge Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook Group. Then the first week of June I will draw a random person who submitted their project to win a $10 off coupon to my shop.

Visit 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.

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