I am sharing this simple tutorial today to create your own custom Travellers Notebook cover for Stencilgirl's Holiday Blog Hop. I wanted to create a beautiful cover for my junk journal I have created to work in for December Daily this year.
Planning out December Daily
I am putting out there to the universe right now that I, Karen Gaunt, do solemly swear to participate in December Daily and to bring you all along for the ride. I don't know about you but every year I WANT to do it but it always falls by the wayside by like December 3rd.
help me be accountable!
I've created an album all ready to go in a Travellers Notebook size and I am very much hoping that by publicly committing to this project you can all hold me accountable for making sure that it happens!
I used the Deer with Antlers stencil from Judith Pfaff Daley which is new this year from Stencigirl. I feel in love with it the moment I saw it and I know I will be using it for many more things this Christmas!
enjoy the tutorial
You'll find the tutorial video below for you to enjoy. Of course, I have company in this video from my studio assistant, Archie.
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We have a more than a dozen projects our Creative Team members made just to whet your appetite for the merriest season
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Here are links to all the fantastic, magic, merry, holiday projects:
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