I hope you are enjoying all the projects that the beautiful April kit, “JELLYBEAN”, and that they are inspiring you to use every single piece included in the kit. The papers, embellishments, and the exclusive printables are so versatile, and perfect to use in all kinds of paper projects.
I have kept a journal throughout my entire life. The format has transformed to the years, but once I discovered Traveler’s Notebooks a few years back, i have been hooked on them. I try at best to make at least a daily entry on my journal, it works as my PL format. This month, I have loved adding bits and pieces from the JELLYBEAN kit to my journal.
This month’s challenge sponsor is Latina Crafter; their stamps are just gorgeous. I was lucky to receive this beautiful wood veneer stamp (MUCHAS GRACIAS, LATINA CRAFTER), which i used to create the background on one of my TN entries.
Using archival ink, I stamped then Latina Crafter’s image at opposite edges of the TN’s page, and a small piece of white card stock. Once I placed the picture on the opposite page, I used the stamp card stock to create a small arrow that tied the two pages together. The PL cards included in the kit, and the exclusive printables are just perfect when documenting in this format.
My next entry is all about my kid’s first day of Spring Break ( we survived!!). For this entry, I used the small scraps of the Oh My Heart paper # to cover one side of the page. The large PL card, included in the Jellybean kit, was then glued across both sides of the TN – I simply cut the card with the paper trimmer, and glued it to the TN-.
Once again, I used this month’s exclusive printables to add interest to the page, and the small letter alphas from Elle’s Studio, included in the kit, are just the perfect size for this entry. I am always trying new ways to journal on my pages; this time, I chose to write along the edge of the page!.
Finally, the last entry i am sharing with you, is just a fitting example of how versatile the JELLYBEAN kit is, and how easy is to document in a TN format. Once again, I picked the last piece of the Impossible paper -included in the kit-, and covered one side of the TN. The beautiful ephemera pieces from the Make Your Mark collection serve as the sentiment and embellishment on the page.
By using the TN on a landscape format, I was left with a large space to add my journal lines (this entry is all about me, and how happy my DSLR makes me!). I balanced the page, by adding some of the ephemera pieces, and a sentiment fussy cut from the cut-apart paper from the JELLYBEAN kit.
I hope these all serve as inspiration to take a look at Traveler’s Notebooks, and how to use the JELLYBEAN kit when documenting in this format. TNs are versatile, and work for many different types of memory keeping/ planner/ art journal. Make sure to check the Clique Kits store to find the kit, and the many TN kits they are always curating.
As always i am just a comment away, if you have any questions on how any of these came together.
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