Momenta: Planner Pages Notebook
Momenta: Watercolor Metallic Paper Pad
Momenta: Rectangle Border Diecut
Momenta: Watercolor Metallic Paper Pad
Momenta: 4″ Watercolor Doily
Momenta: Peony Paper Pad
Momenta: Hope/Dream/Believe Cutting Templates
Beacon Adhesive: Zip Dry Adhesive
Inside the book, you will find tips and techniques for Journal assembly, supplies to gather, how to make inserts for the book and interesting embellishing ideas.
As you look through the book, you may want additional details on a specific project. Just click on the highlighted link and it will take you to the designer’s blog post listing the supplies and techniques used to create it. If you want to buy the die to make your own Journal, simply click on the highlighted links to order!
Check out the talented makers who have contributed to this treasury- visit their blogs to get to know them- there are sure to be many that you will want to make. Warning: these Journals are addicting. And once you have the die, you can make all you want! Use this book for inspiration and take it any direction you want. Make sure to share it with us in the Eileen Hull Fan Club Facebook group!
I used the center piece that I had cut to extend the spine of the journal. I lightly sanded both sides that I would be adding adhesive to. I used Quick Grip adhesive which grabs and holds the plastic in place.
I used elastic and strung my journal and now its ready for notebooks.
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Hi everyone! I am back to share another journal I created with Eileen Hull’s Journal Diecut. This journal I actually created before my travel journal but with this one I made mistakes (which I won’t point out 😉)and I didn’t take how to photos as I was working on it. 😕 So if you missed the how to of my travel journal you can find the post HERE.
This journal is basically the same other than I used Pom Pom trim, a different type of lace and ribbon was used on the spine.
I added lace pockets on the inside covers to diecuts and journaling cards.
And there you have it! If you have any questions about this journal please let me know. Also if you want to see the what the Inspiration Team has been up to hop on over to Eileen’s BLOG.
Hi everyone! I am back with a step by step tutorial of Eileen Hull’s Journal Diecut! Generally I get caught up in the process and forget to do photos along the way as I create. 😐
The fun part of this journal is there is no sewing whatsoever. 😀 First I started by cutting four pieces of fabric (two for the cover and two for the inside cover) and two pieces of fusible webbing all pieces slightly larger that the journal diecut.
I placed the piece of fabric on top of the fusible webbing and the other fabric on the bottom and ironed firmly on both sides and let cool. The fusible webbing has directions on how to use it when you get it cut.
I had to take care as to how I ran the fabric through the diecut machine since I didn’t want the map on the cover to be upside down.
I used Fabri-Tac adhesive to glue all of the journal together. It “grabs” the fabric quickly so no need to hold and wait for it to dry.
Next I adhered trim around the outside to cover the raw edge of the journal.
I adhered lace to either side of the center holes and where I couldn’t see the holes I used an awl to poke holes through the lace.
The inside cover I cut two pieces of stretchy lace and while gluing to the inside I pulled the lace taunt as I went.
I then finished the outer edges with trim.
I used a couple of my 8″x8″ stacks of cardstock and some graph paper to create the traveler’s notebooks for my journal. The 8″x8″ is a perfect size! No measuring or cutting down and all you have to do is fold and punch holes in the spine and sew together. The notebooks have ten papers per signature and I trimmed the excess cardstock that protruded from the notebooks to give them a more finished look.
Be sure to hop on over to Eileen Hull’s blog for more inspiration from the design team and as always if you have any questions about this project please let me know.
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Wednesday is awesome and enjoy creating!
Hi everyone! I am here to share a quick post on a few planner clips I made for my traveler’s notebook. I had been searching for the Mermaid Diecut from Spellbinders…everyone much love this diecut because it was so hard to find. But I finally found it and here they are!
I used a shimmery cardstock for the tails and on the blond haired mermaid I added mini gems for some extra sparkle.
I put them together and adhered a paperclip to the back.
Also since the face is all one diecut I had to color in the eyes/eyelashes with a Sharpie marker and chalk the cheeks with my pastels. I think they look great in my traveler’s notebook. 😊 As always if you have any questions please let me know.
Hi everyone! I wanted to share my latest journal I created using Eileen Hull’s newest Journal Diecut! I absolutely LOVE this diecut! You can create a planner, mini scrapbook or in my case a glue book to keep my leftover tidbits in. 😊
I added four notebooks that I had purchased to the journal and now it is ready for the leftover scraps that I seem to accumulate.
As always if you have any questions please let me know!
Thanks for stopping by, hope your Tuesday is awesome and enjoy creating!
Hi everyone! I am here to share my project this month for Tsunami Rose Designs! I went with another traveler’s notebook since it looks like I am hooked on these. 😀
I started with a notebook divider that I had purchased from the Target Dollar Spot which I cut, rounded the corners and folded to a 7 1/2″x4″ cover for my notebook.
I cut 10 pages slightly smaller than the cover and punched holes in the spine and stitched together.
The cover I used a variety of scraps of cardstock, gold trim, a doily and a snowflake diecut along with the Santa printable to create a fun and whimsical feel. I also and a few red gems to the holly leaves and Stickles to Santa’s bread to finish off my traveler’s notebook.
It is one FAT little traveler’s notebook and I so love how it turned out! As always if you have questions please let me know.
Hi everyone! I am here today to share my design team project for Tsunami Rose Designs.
I decide instead of a typical junk journal I would created a ten pages traveler’s notebook for my dori. I had a leftover file folder that I had used to make a dash board for my planner. I rounded the corners and folded in half to create a 4″x7 1/2″ cover for my traveler’s notebook.
I had leftover printables from the following kits from Tsunami Rose Designs: Tea Party Desserts, Small Mason Jars Collections 1, Decoupage Flowers Set #2 and Printable Ephemera Set # 8 – Vintage Childrens Photos which I used throughout the notebook.
Next I cut ten sheets of grid cardstock to fit the inside of the notebook and sewed to the inside cover.
In the center of the notebook I used one of the envelopes from the Tea Party Desserts as a pocket. Before adhering it together I punched the holes and stitched to the center and then glued together.
I used a variety of leftover scraps of cardstock, embellishments and trim to dress up the pages but tried to not over do it.
I added plenty of tuck spots throughout the notebook. Even though the mason jars are small I enlarged some for larger journaling spots. The Lush Soft tag is off of a pair of jeans I purchase and I thought it would be cute addition to the page.
The back side of the lush soft tag I fussy cut a bouquet of flowers and add tiny gems to the centers of each flower along with Stickles to the leaves for a glittery touch.
I adhered a small mason jar to the corner as a pocket and added several printables for tons of journaling opportunities.
I side view of the notebook not too chunky…just the right size. 🙂