EVG Victorian Romance
Mini Junk Journal

by Elizabeth Johnson
(Holiday, Florida, USA)

I really enjoyed working with the Victorian Romance kit. It contains beautiful shades of greens and pinks, gorgeous roses, victorian ladies, and lots of ephemera. The digital kit was easy to resize to make this mini journal.

I had been wanting to fill a junk journal with laces, ribbon, material tabs, and lots of sewing, and this kit seemed perfect for these romantic touches.

Thank you for taking the time to watch and I hope you enjoy and visit EVG's shop of beautiful digital downloads to begin your next journal project.

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Mini Junk Journal

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Apr 08, 2017
Responding to Robin
by: Elizabeth Johnson

Hi Robin. Thanks for watching and for your kind words. My grandson is excited over the feedback he has been getting on his mad filming skills LOL.

The Tim Holtz tissue paper was tea dyed by my daughter, she had shared some of it with me. It gives it a beautiful vintage look, and even though I didn't think about it until you mentioned it, it is not so fragile. It is more like the parchment / baking papers we add to our journals.

Now for the funny part. You mentioned my desk organization. I cannot lie, it is the only surface that isn't in total disarray on filming day. My daughter has so been wanting to scan my craft room during a video just to torment me I think, LOL. It seems I am in a constant struggle to find the perfect organizational system that will work best.

Although my desk / workspace is very handy. It is total IKEA. I will do my best to make a video soon, will probably take me a few weeks as we are having to organize and pack as we will be moving also. But I will do my best to get one done because it is a great set up.

Have a crafty weekend.

Apr 06, 2017
Beautiful Book!
by: robin

Your little book is so lovely! And your grandson did a fab job with the filming.

I have some THoltz tissue paper and it's quite fragile - your doesn't look as fragile. Can you tell me what you did to the tissue paper?

I'd also love to see your craft table storage that shows a little in the vid. I'm going to be moving house this year & will need to set up a craft table - yours looks like it's quite organized. :) I have a craft room right now but my things are all over the place. Since we are downsizing by half I'm going to need to try and be much more organized.
Thank you!

Mar 31, 2017
Beautiful journal!
by: Marie Stanziale Noack'

A beautiful journal Elizabeth! Love it!

Mar 30, 2017
Thank you
by: Elizabeth Johnson

Thank you ladies for your kind comments. I appreciate you taking time to take a look and to comment.

Di Ayers you mentioned you cannot get Kraft Tex where you are. I would be happy to send you a piece if you want to pm me your address. I would love for you to be able to work with it. I love it!

Mar 30, 2017
by: Di Ayers

I like all the sewing and fabric additions, as well as the thought of no adhesives. Thanks for explaining kraftex too, I can't get it here but it looks interesting to use as a strong cover material...your chubby little journal was lovely to see, Dixx

Mar 30, 2017
Great journal!
by: Bettsi Ledesma

How lovely, Elizabeth. I love all the fabric!

Mar 29, 2017
Beautiful journal!
by: Debbie

I love your journal, Elizabeth! Beautiful work and the kit is gorgeous. I'll have to find time soon to print off my kit and work with it. :)

Mar 29, 2017
I'm In Love xo
by: Debbie-Anne

I'm so in love with this mini junk journal Elizabeth!!!

I love that you reduced the pages and that you used up paper scraps and lace. I'm a huge fan of Kraftex and lovvve distressin it in the wash and making it look like worn leather. I use it often.

This is a stunning little treasure. Thank you so much for sharing it with us!

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