Junk Journal Journey Part 3 | Tickets, Pockets, Ephemera and More

Hello friends! Welcome back for Part 3 of my Junk Journal Journey. If you've missed the other 2, you can find links to the videos down below.

During my Junk Journal Journey I took some time to make lots of bits and bobs to put into my journal. In this video I'm sharing how I created tickets, pockets, ephemera, a specimen slide, and a large specimen folder using a mix of stamps and dies. While I know a traditional junk journal uses actual recycled items, this journey for me is about the process of using the products and supplies I have.

If you want to check out any of the supplies I'm using I have them linked down below. Using those links helps support me, so I really appreciate it!

Junk Journal Journey Part 3 by Juliana Michaels featuring Tickets, Pockets, Ephemera, Specimen Slides

Now it's time to grab your favorite beverage and sit back and relax as you check out my Junk Journal Journey Part 3 video.

Junk Journal Journey Part 3

If you happened to miss Part 2 and Part 1 of my Junk Journal Journey you can check them out below.

Junk Journal Journey Part 2 

Junk Journal Journey Part 1

I hope you enjoyed the video I put together sharing about how I created some of the bits and bobs that I end up using in my junk journal. I'll be sharing a flip through of the completed junk journal soon, so stay tuned!


Below you can find the products I used to create the tickets, pockets, ephemera, specimen slide, and  large specimen folder for my junk journal along with compensated affiliate links to Scrapbook.com. These links are at absolutely no cost to you. When you shop through the links below, I receive a small commission from Scrapbook.com. These links are at absolutely no cost to you and the commission I receive helps me cover the costs of my blog and other expenses, which allows me to continue to provide you with FREE inspiration and tutorials. If you want to learn more about what an affiliate link is, you can see my full affiliate and product disclosure statement here. Thank you so much for your love and support!

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