Stacey is sharing an adorable travel journal and card using the Destination line. Here's what she told us:
"Giving a journal as a gift encourages others to record their memories, thoughts or wishes. I often like to bring a journal when I travel. New experiences and scenery inspire me to tell my stories. I created a simple journal along with a card."
Lily Bee supplies: Destination (Paper: Interstate, Landmark, Souvenier; 6X6 Tiny Tablet, Chit Chat Stickers; Label Sticker; Alphabet; Chipboard; Circle and Tag Stickers; Embellishment Bundle: Twine, Brad), Pinwheel: (Paper: Cartwheel)
"The large cream, chipboard square is a nice place to add a big title. When making my notebook, I just recovered an existing one I found at the dollar store. It wouldn't stay closed so I used a brad to help hold it down. I wrapped the twine around the book, threading it through two holes on the back side to secure it. Then I placed one loose end under the Road Trip chipboard. The other end of the twine get wrapped around the brad."
Lisa created two cards with the Pinwheel line and described her process:
"It might seem like journaling and stories are reserved for scrapbook pagess. But cards are a great way to get the story rolling! By sending a card, you start a conversation with someone, and open the door for a tale to begin. I created two simple cards that are meant to get people talking."
So don't underestimate the power of cards in your journaling process! And be sure to come back later this week for more great journaling and storytelling tips!