OUAS DT joined forces with CSI. What a great combo this turned out to be! I rec'd case #39 to work on. Amongst the testimony for this case was the option to include your journaling in the form of a booklet. Till this case came along, I had never considered storing my journaling in some kind of mini booklet--so I started coming up with an idea on how I can accomplish this--and this is what I came up with. You can find this booklet on my 'She Gave Me Wings' page.
I really liked this form of documenting journaling on a page because you can store a large amount of information--keep it private & the booklet makes for a very unique & creative embellishment on your page.
Let's get started!
You can ink the edges of your cover if you wish.
Next, trim your journaling to size & adhere onto your 2"x12" strip of card stock.
Final step is to score your strip. I scored at every 2" inches & folded it in an accordion style. Your journaling should look something like this photo when done.
You can ink the edges of your journaling strip if you wish.
Next just fold in your booklet and attach the ribbon that will keep it closed
You're done...simple as that. Now adhere the back of your booklet wherever you please on your project. To open up your booklet--untie the ribbon & unfold.
Hope some of you find this tutorial helpful. Enjoy the rest of the day!