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Sketchbook 03 *M3 Oct

The Lilypad :: Element Packs :: Doodles :: Sketchbook 03 *M3 Oct

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Love the patterned paper on the sides of the photo...

lovely & unexpected... - A Beautiful Mess

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Love the photo, journaling, title all centered on the woodgrain.

lovely & unexpected... - A Beautiful Mess

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mixing amys stitched papers with shimelle stickers:: a scrapbooking tutorial by amy tangerine @ shimelle.com

Wreck This Girl's Mailbox: freebie friday XXVII

Wreck This Girl's Mailbox: freebie friday XXVII

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U printables by RebeccaB: Smash Journal Free Printable

U printables by RebeccaB: Smash Journal Free Printable

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Love the journaling and the photos

Jenn Olson Makes: Crafty Catch Up & Kitchen Cabinet Progression

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  • Katey Foote

    Love, your pages, and your Script is amazing. I have never had nice handwriting...we never practiced enough in school...although it was more difficult for me because being Left handed, I would have trouble with smearing sometimes. Thank goodness I had a teacher who taught me to tilt my paper so that it was not so bad. Keep up the great work.!!!

I particularly like the box on the upper right with the word forgiven as part of the box.

conference journal (part 1) - simple inspiration

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"Make a Week-In-Review or Month-In-Review photo collage, journal in bullet list form, print it out, put it into a page protector, and call it done! Photos + words are all you need."

12 Ideas to Jump Start Your Journaling | Nicole Samuels

12 Ideas to Jump Start Your Journaling

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Love the vintage feel of this notebook!

TRAVELER'S notebooks / 2015 DIARY | TRAVELER'S notebook

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8 ideas for lettering in your art journal. Click to go to website for details, but the 8 ideas are: 1. using cut letters from newspapers and magazines. 2. Find computer fonts you like. 3. Draw in pencil first. 4. paint or collage over letters. 5. Alphabet or word stickers. 6. Write on separate piece of paper then collage or glue on your journal. 7. Stencils. 8. Alphabet stamps.