Everything good, everything magical, happens between the months of June and August.Jenny Han
Today I am sharing the second Summer Junk Journal (no 2) that I created, and that is in the Studio iHanna Shop as I write this.
I use different journals for different things, but I do think that this could fit into any category that you use: art journal, writing journal, glue book, fauxbonichi, documenting life, a place for ephemera, art or anything you like to keep.
Above is the front and this is how the back looks:
I love those hexagons!
Inside the pages are decorated with Designer Guild fabrics:
I love how the top is decorated with that lace bit, and the bottom of the spine has my pink url-label that reveals who made it:
Video: Look at Summer Junk Journals
Also, here’s me talking about this journal and another one that I’ve already showed earlier this summer (here), so you might have seen the video already, but in case you missed it:
I like how the neon sewing threads are sticking out from the book, but of course if you don’t like that you can cut them of.
Details about this journal
A one of a kind, beautiful handmade junk journal with an embroidered cover and fabric embellished pages â€“ a heirloom to cherish for many years to come, looking for a kind and good home.
|Book size (inches)
|7 x 24.2 inches book cover, and the spine is 1.5″.
|Book size (metric)
|18 x 24,2 cm cover with a 4 cm thick spine
|92 leafs of paper makes 184 pages
|I always tuck in a few little bits of collage material inside each journal I sell, so in the back envelope you will find some extras to play with (including a Designer Guild decorated journaling card).