Gratitude Journaling Challenge | Anne KellerNov 11, 2019
Hey lovely FJ friends,
Anne here with my ideas for the journaling challenge. I'm not a big writer. My texts are mostly short. So I decided to use some pocket pages. That's not as big as a whole layout. Every pocket has a front and a back side, so I can create on one side and write something on the other. I decided to hide my journaling.
My first page has got place for 4 themes. I love the easy way to create pocket pages. You just need some paper scraps and some bits and pieces. I often layer upon the pockets and love the texture.
I used a tag from the die cuts as my template to create another one. I stamped the dots and will add some things I'll learn at my first night shift in the hospital.
This paper is from one of the packages. I love the scalloped edge. I just stamped one phrase and added a die cut.
My focal point of the pocket page is this cluster around the grateful die cut. The frames are perfect to play with and create an eyecatcher. Just put layer upon layer.
For my next page I stamped some leaves and heat embossed them. Just some quick fussy cutting and you'll have some lovely embellishments ready to go.
I put one of the chipboard tags on the next pocket and used the backside to write about something I'm grateful for at the moment.
I used another journaling card to have an journaling spot to write down everything I love about fall. And I printed some journaling about the music I like on vellum and folded it. So it's hidden in the pocket.
I hope I could give you lots of ideas to incorporate some hidden journaling in your pocket pages. Have a look at our journaling challenge and show us your projects #fjjournalchallenge
Have an awesome day!
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