I’m so excited to share this video with you! Making a reading journal was one of the best bookish decisions I made this year. It was so much fun to work on throughout the year and I love looking back at the books I read.
Researching what to create for this journal introduced me to the wonderful world of junk journaling which I’m really intrigued by. There are so many amazing ways to create journals and things you can do with them! I can’t wait to get creating and share more reading journal videos with you all.
As I mentioned in the video, I have a few templates that you can use in your journal. Click on any of the images for a larger version and click the link below for more 🙂
Reading Journal Flip Through from @elainehowlin_Tweet
Elaine Howlin Studio My love of books and journaling lead me to the beautiful art of junk journaling and scrapbooking. Using the skills I learned in my job, I was able to create templates, reading logs and other crafting items.I absolutely adore creating with paper whether it’s journals, painting, or crafting. It’s the most emotionally … Continue reading Jane Austen Apothecary Journal Kit
I think Halloween/Autumn is one of the best seasons for creative projects. The sense of renewal, changing colours, and fun of Halloween create such a stimulating atmosphere. Having the evenings get darker earlier and spending more time inside definitely helps me focus on creative projects as well. I’ve been working on the Autumn section of … Continue reading Awesome Halloween Printables on Etsy
Free Envelope & Pocket Printable Template Hello friends, in honour of my Etsy shop Elaine Howlin Studio getting Star Seller status again this month (which is all thanks to you wonderful people) I am giving away this Victorian book cover template of a mini envelope and a pocket. To get your copy of the template … Continue reading Free Envelope & Pocket Template | Thank You for Star Seller Status
Oh brilliant! Thank you.
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Wow, this is so wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing this.