Robot Junk Journal with Stamp Club
Loving this Robot Junk Journal with Stamp Club stamps. I've been making a junk journal every day in July. #junkjournaljuly and today is no different. When I got this super cute Robot Stamp I knew I had to make a Junk Journal with this set.
It's amazing what a $5.00 stamp can create. For this project I kept the stamping simple and chose to use some bright colored papers and add a little Surface Ink to the project.
It was also a good project to bust out my sewing machine and scraps of fabric. These bits may have been thrown away by others, but I found a perfect use for these in Junk Journals.
The cover is a 12 x 12 Designer Cardstock that I cut to 8.25 tall by 12 inches. I then scored at the 8.5 mark to have a flip out and then folded the page in half so that it will be a 8.25 inches tall x 4.25 inch wide journal.
For the Journal Cards I took a scrap of Ivory Carstock and cut it into 3 inch by 4 inch pieces. I then setup my MISTI with the Robot Stamp club set and used Brutus Monroe Detail Ink and stamped 12 cards.
Then using Surface Inks I added a little bit of color to each card. Once the color was added I sewed a scrap of fabric on top.
Making a junk journal is a great way to use up those items you have saved forever but didn't know what to do with for all this time.
Here is a flip through video of the Robot Junk Journal with Stamp Club
On several of the pages I used Wagon Surface Ink and the words Beep Boop Bop. I love how these look at the top of the pages.
My hope is that you will snag this Super cute Robot stamp set from the Stamp Club and share your version of a junk journal using the tag #createyourownending.
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- Linda Israel