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NEW VIDEO: My Traveler's Journal Tutorial

Happy Tuesday! What a crazy year 2020 has been. With all the emotional ups and downs, journaling has been a source of comfort for me. This year, I started using traveler's journals and I love the style. It allows me to use my scrapbook supplies and imagination to create some expressive pages. This video was inspired by a friend Liz who gave me the idea. Thanks Ms. Liz!



My new tutorial video featured supplies I use, an inside look, how I create a page and my thoughts on the recent racial injustice and the positive improvements. Take a look!


Here are a few of the pictures from the video. Supplies are from Joann.com and Amazon.com. (Shopping list is in the description box of the video.)

I started to rewrite the right page for the video but I am glad I didn't. Mistakes are welcomed in my journal!





Now I can say, what a great year to journal! We are living in a special historic time and I want to document these moments in writing. I encourage you to write it out and enjoy the process.

Thanks for stopping by!

P.S. This is my 3rd YouTube tutorial video and I am thrilled I am finally doing this! :)
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  1. Great job on your tutorial. I love the stamping on washi tape. I have never done that. Cool look.
    Congrats on filling this with your own personal thoughts. Beautifully done.
    Nylene

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    1. I loved playing with the washi tape for the balloon and I want to try more ideas like this. Glad you got some inspiration from this video.

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  2. Loved your Travelers Journal Tutorial, Honey. I am very proud of and inspired by all of the strides you are making creatively. Keep up the great work!

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