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Travel Journal Pocket Inserts Tutorial

Posted by Graphic 45 09/21/2020 2 Comment(s) Tutorials,Videos,Planners & Calendars,

 

Hello, G45ers!

  We are happy to be starting this week off with a genius Pocket Insert Tutorial Video by Graphic 45 Brand Ambassador, Janus Zate.  Janus teaches us how to create beautiful pockets on pockets that are perfect for inserting into your Travel Journals, Mini Albums, and Planners.  Grab your papers and embellishments and lets have some fun!



Princess Travel Journal

By Janus Zate


 

“Hello G45ers! I’m Janus Zate from the Philippines.

 

Today I’d like to show you these travel journal pocket inserts that I made using the Princess collection.

 

I do a lot of junk journaling and one of my favourite parts of journaling is custom-making my own inserts. I feel like it adds more character to my journal than using ready-made ones.

 


Tip: Don’t be afraid to keep adding pockets within pockets. You can never have too many of them especially with journaling.

 


Tip: Keep your layers as flat or as dimensional as you want. Your journals are, in a way, a window to your soul, and your preference is also a way to help you express your artistic sensibility.



Video Tutorial:

Travel Journal Pocket Inserts Tutorial by Janus Zate for Graphic 45

 


 

Graphic 45 Supply List:  

 

    • Princess 12x12 Patterns and Solids (retired)

    • Princess Collection Tags and Pockets (retired)

    • Princess Collection Stickers (retired)

    • Rose Bouquet Collection Precious Pink

    • G45 Stamp Collection: Script and Argyle Stamps

    • Gold Matte Pearl Gems

 

Other Materials: 

 

    • Passport Size Travel Journal

    • Passport-size Travel Notebook Insert

    • White Foam Sheet

    • All Purpose Glue

    • Translucent Vellum Paper

    • Embossing Ink Stamp

    • Rose Gold Embossing Powder

    • Embossing Heat Gun

    • Doily Die Cut

    • Wooden Clips

 

Thank you for joining me today and I hope you enjoyed this little project.” ~Janus

 

 

 

 


 

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2 Comment(s)

Glenda Buster:
09/22/2020, 07:04:11 PM
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Thank you for all of the wonderful tips and video tutorial. Loved watching your walk through! Awesome pockets!!

Carole Lohr:
09/26/2020, 02:38:53 PM
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What wonderful ideas for making pockets.! Thanks for sharing them as well as the embellishing techniques.

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