May Journal Spreads + Process Video

Hi everyone.

Hope you are all doing well.

Today I want to share with you some of my journal pages in my standard size TN planner.

I really love this size, especially for journaling. Because it’s not too big but there’s always enough space

to decorate my writing and also for some photos. Because I love adding Photos to my journal.

Now let’s get started with this spread.

On this spread I added a tip-in so that I have more space to write my journal.

On the tip-in I attached one of the heart vellum pieces that came in the memory keeping pocket kit

I just stapled it on to that journal card.

To hide the staples on the back side of the journal card, I glued a die cut over them.

On the left side of the spread, I also stapled the big heart vellum piece onto the page.

The next spread is an interactive spread. There’s a journal process video

at the end of this post if you want to know how I created it.

Here, I used the die cuts from the planner free printables.

I love adding interactive elements to my journal spread.

Because it‘s fun for me to have something to play with, while I read my journal.

On this spread you can remove the flowers and the shovel.

I added a mini tag to the shovel that I made out of two mini tag stickers from the main planner kit.

I just attached them back to back.

I had this idea right after I finished filming the journal process.

So you won’t see the process in the video.

On the next spread, I attached two tip-ins.

One of them is our entry ticket ( On the right side ).

The other tip-in is a journal card.

Here, I also attached one of the vellum pieces from the memory keeping pocket kit.

But this time I just used the glue roller to attached it to the card instead of stapling it.

Then I added a chipboard sticker on the middle of that vellum piece to hide the glue.

I stamp the numbers on the background using the stamp set that came with

the memory keeping pocket kit, just to add a little bit texture on my spread.

Well, that’s it for today.

I hope this could give you some inspirations for your journal pages.

If you have any questions, please write it in the comment section bellow or

tag me in the group.

Thank you so much for stopping by and see you next time.

Enjoy the video.



IG: @tantikcreation


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