I’m filling my December Daily / Christmas journal with stickers, photos and journaling. Here’s an update on what’s on the first couple of pages in my current one.
I don’t know what it is about a traveler’s notebook that makes me so very happy, but I’m guessing it has something to do with it’s compactness. And the size, the feeling of a small notebook in my hand, with room enough to cut and paste, journal and enjoy myself while documenting the season we’re in. I like that it has small enough pages that you don’t need to plan anything out, you can just fill a spread with one big picture if you want to. Or leave it a lone, since this journal is a junk journal and most pages has a little something on them to start with.
It just fits my life right now, and so with that I am content.
I simply love this traveler’s notebook regular size (11 x 21 cm), that I made for myself. I started working in it when it wasn’t bound together, and that’s what you see in these videos. I started working on them here while I was making intro pages. Then in this video I work on December 1 and 2, and in the second video on December 3 and 4, so that you can follow my thought process closely to see what I am thinking and doing step by step.
I really hope you like these videos, and that you will share with me what Christmas traditions are your favorite below. This is my favorite: Christmas journaling.
Here’s process video for December 1 and 2 first:
If you can’t see the video above click here: Christmas journal with me [Traveler’s Notebook style] part 2
Here’s process video no 3, for December 3 and 4:
If you can’t see the video above click here: Christmas Journaling December [Traveler’s Notebook style] part 3 and give the video a thumbs up when you’re there, and subscribe to Studio iHanna of course.
Christmas Junk Journals sold out
I also finished a bunch of Christmas journals that I put up in my Etsy Shop a while back. They’re all sold out now, but here’s the flip through video I sent to my Newsletter subscribers about them.
I hope you’ll like the video, and maybe get some ideas on how to make your own junk journal.
If you can’t see the video click here: Christmas JUNK JOURNALS Traveler’s Notebook [ETSY UPDATE]
Wishing you a great week, and a very merry December.