Currently I have three beautiful junk journals made out of repurposed Flow Magazines. Each journal is made from one entire issue: I’ve taken out the text pages and kept all the photos and illustrations. I’ve added blanc pages for journaling, sketching, doodling, painting or collaging. The third journal is the one on the right with the birds on the cover.
Just like the other junk journals this one also has pockets on the inside of the front and back cover, machine stitched on the edges for durability and visual interest.
This journal contains of 33 pages excluding the covers and 7 pockets filled with cards, tags or cut-outs.
I must admit that this version has less white pages than the other two journals, so it depends more on the creativity of the buyer to transform this journal into something personal.
I added two half pages of avocado-dyed papers, avocados make the paper beautifully pink.
And as in the other two junk journals, I added a pretty illustration in the centerfold. It is really silly of me but I don’t recall who the illustrator is. Next time I should pay more attention to this, because I would like to give credit to that artist.
The page above has a side flap as a pocket and it has a tag in it.
Because of the Autumn colors, the journal has a bit of an Autumn vibe to it.
I hand bound this journal with blue waxed thread just like the others and added a piece of Sari ribbon for closure.
All three journals are now for purchase in my Etsy shop.