I usually show the project then some step out photos but I'm going to do things differently today. I've created an A2 size journal and thought I would share some steps before the finished project.
I trimmed the casing the exacts same as I would a card base then scored in from the seam by 1/4 inches. This allowed for opening the journal without mangling the cover. I stamped the cover with the Burlap Background and images from Fly-By Friends. I then inserted the pages that were 4 x 5 1/4 inches and used the Plier Stapler to secure.
Next I stamped (on patterned paper) and tightly trimmed the butterfly images and then loaded into the Xyron Sticker Maker.
They come out the other side all covered perfectly with adhesive.
They now lay perfectly flat on the journal cover... nice and secure.
And here is the finished journal. The alphabet was die cut and adhered to the front and the circle flight path image was then stamped over the journal letters for an added dimensional effect.
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