Creative Journaling: A Guide to Over 100 Techniques and Ideas for Amazing Dot Grid, Junk, Mixed-Media, and Travel Pages (Paperback)

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Spark your creativity and keep yourself organized with the beautiful pages and easy-to-follow instructions of Creative Journaling.

With 52 projects, from crafting colorful pages for dot grid, junk, mixed-media, and travel journals to making your own washi tape, tabs, and paper, you’ll soon have the best-looking journals around.

Author Renee Day of the popular Instagram @thediyday takes you on an artistic adventure, guiding you with step-by-step photos and instruction, as you learn how to incorporate amazing DIY ideas into your daily planning! You’ll learn to work with a variety of materials—acrylic paint, brush pens, stencils, stamps, 3D gloss gel, scrap paper, and more—as you personalize your stuff, making things uniquely you. 

Going beyond basic tools, this stunning book offers tips, tricks, and creative ways to transform journals and hardcover books into treasured keepsakes, including:
  • Ornamental lettering
  • Personalized habit trackers
  • Colorful calendars
  • Decorative headers and cover pages
  • Customized productivity and bucket lists
  • Inspiring artwork
  • Gratitude logs
  • Unique planning pages
Even if you have a limited amount of time or supplies, you can create eye-catching journal layouts. It’s time to get creative!

About the Author


Renee Day is the creator of thediyday. She grew up crafting and creating and has never stopped. She incorporates it into just about everything she does. She was born and raised in Orange County, California, up until June 2018. Now she's in Texas and loving it. Renee loves brush lettering, journaling, embossing, stamping, stenciling, crocheting, and string art(ing). See more from Renee at her website thediyday.com and as thediyday on Instagram, Etsy, YouTube, and Facebook.



Product Details
ISBN: 9781631066399
ISBN-10: 1631066390
Publisher: Rock Point
Publication Date: January 14th, 2020
Pages: 208
Language: English

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