Keep it Junky!

Hello All!

Keri Sallee here and I am so excited to share my first project as a Crafter’s Workshop Design Team member.

Recently a fellow designer made what she called a “junk journal”, where she made a book that was filled with all sorts of fun different papers.

Today, I want to show you my version of  a “junk journal.”

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For this project, I used The Crafter’s Workshop “Hexagon” stencil.

Hexagon Stencil

To achieve the “cut out” designs, I followed these steps

Using your Crafter’s Workshop “Hexagon” stencil, pencil in the design.

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Using a sharp craft knife, cut along the edges of you penciled lines. Find a happy medium…too little pressure and it won’t cut through…too much and you will go all the way through your cardboard.

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Carefully lift the top layer of your cardboard from your cardboard from your image.

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If the top layer doesn’t lift all the way up, use your craft knife to loosen it more and pull the rest of it off. 

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The inside of my journal is exactly what I wanted it to be….lots of different patterns, textures and sizes.

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I can’t wait to use it and have all sorts of messy fun and bring you along for the ride!

Until next time…have a blessed day!



Supply List
The Crafter’s Workshop Stencil “Hexagon”
Tattered Angels “Timberland”
Black and Blue Acrylic Paint-Plaid
Faber-Castell PITT Pen-White
D-Rings-Graphic 45
Foam Alpha Stamps-Pebbles, Inc.
Kraft Knife
Papers: Canvas Corp, We R Memory Keepers, Susan K. Weckesser, My Mind’s Eye, Crate Paper

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