Eileen Hull's Journal Treasury EBook has been published! Apologies, there have been a few technical hitches but I am happy to say, those have been resolved! Thank you to all of you who commented on my original post, I really appreciate it.
If you love Junk Journals, Planners, Bullet Journals or Notebooks of any kind, you will LOVE this new EBook! There are 85 inspirational projects in this 164 page EBook. There are tips, tricks and ideas for creating beautiful journals - and inspiration galore from some wonderful Designers, many of whom I am sure you will already know.
The price (during August only) is $11.87 which is 30% off the regular price of $16.99.
You may have already pre-ordered the EBook, but if not, you can purchase it here using the link on my left sidebar or simply click on the photo above. Once purchased, you will be sent an email with a link (if you don't get a link please check your Spam box - I know that, because that's where mine went!). It is a large book and it may take a few minutes to download. Once you open the EBook you can scroll through the pages and if you want to find out more about a project, just click on the Designer's name and it will take you to their blog post for that project.
The link on my sidebar is an affiliate link and I get a small commission if you purchase through it, however, it does not affect the price to you in any way.
I thought I would share a new Journal with you, it was made for a beautiful young lady who is about to go to University, her favourite colour is yellow....
I was inspired by my lovely friend Tracy Evans' recent Journal where she used stencilling. You can see Tracy's version HERE. I used a Tim Holtz stencil on this Journal.
The Journal cover was painted using a brayer and a mix of Eileen Hull's ColorBox Blend inks and the lettering was applied with Vintage Photo Distress Oxide. Once dry, I gently dabbed Matte Medium over the letters to seal them. When the letters were dry I applied Matte Medium to the whole of the cover to give it some added strength.
Inside, I created lots of pockets, added a diary and a couple of notepads.
To finish off I added a bookmark, a full year calendar and lots of star shaped paper clips. I always add a hinge clip to the side of the journals I make, this one is gold coloured with a key and heart charm set.
Eileen Hull shares projects all month long on her blog, you will find lots of inspiration there too!
Thanks so much for your visit, I hope to see you again soon!
Hugs, Anne xx