Halloween Smash Book Junk Journal
This Halloween Smash Book Junk Journal is my Spellblogger project share for this week. Although the temps are still high in the Houston area, I can’t wait to start decorating for the fall and Halloween!
Halloween is one of my favorite holidays, and I just can’t get enough of it! I don’t know where I get this obsession; but making this Halloween Smash Book Junk Journal from scratch, sure satisfies my Spook-ta-cular crafting palatte!
Is it a Smash Book or is it a Junk Journal?
I’ve watched plenty of videos and looked at a ton of pictures to barely be able to tell the difference between one or the other now! Smash Books and Junk Journals seem to have a lot in common. One of the biggest is that they don’t look like mini albums. You can fill them to the rim with all your favorite pictures and items that they can get pretty chunky. And that’s what I love about the Smash Book / Junk Journal.
Items from Spellbinders that I Used in This Halloween Smash Book Junk Journal
It was a lot of fun making this Smash Book Journal from scratch, and here is a list of the items I used. You may click on the items to be taken to them directly:
- The Gothic gates used on the cover – Spellbinders Designer Series Renaissance Jubilee Venetian Gatefold S5-271
- The Skull banner and crown I used on the cover and tags – Spellbinders Designer Series Rebel Rose Rebel Skull Banner S5-292
- The chandelier on the first page – Spellbinders Acanthus Chandelier S2-178
- For the labels on the pocket pages and the tabs – Spellbinders Petite Labels One S3-205
- Halloween tree, spider webs, pumpkins, bats, and spider that you see throughout the pages – Spooky Halloween Set DOM-SEP16
- Elegant Gothic pocket for pocket page – Spellbinders Designer Series Rouge Royale Deux Diamond Flourish Pocket S5-296
- My go-to Die cutting machine – Spellbinders Platinum Pl-001
Halloween Smash Book Junk Journal 2017 Video
I hope that my Halloween Smash Book Junk Journal inspires you to create one of your very own. Please leave me a comment below and tell me what other projects you’d like to see in the near future.
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Until next time! Enjoy the video!