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From Recipe Box to Junk Journal: A Creative Way to Pass Down Family Traditions


Have you ever thought about passing down family traditions in a creative way? I recently discovered a fun and unique idea that I wanted to share with you. Why not create a junk journal instead of just writing down recipes or family stories in a boring notebook? A junk journal is a type of scrapbook that uses all sorts of materials, such as old book pages, magazine cutouts, and even fabric scraps, to create a visually stunning and meaningful keepsake.







You can start by gathering some materials and deciding on a theme for your journal. For example, if you want to focus on family recipes, you could use food-related items like vintage recipe cards, cooking magazine pages, and food packaging labels. If you want to include family stories and memories, consider using old photos, handwritten letters, and other sentimental items.





Once you have your materials, you can start creating your pages. There are no rules when it comes to junk journaling, so just have fun and let your creativity flow. You can use different techniques like collage, stamping, and painting to make each page unique.



This is a fun and creative way to pass down family traditions and a great way to preserve memories and honor loved ones. Plus, it's a wonderful way to bond with family members as you work on the journal together. So why not give it a try and start creating your own family junk journal today?




I am creating a series of videos on my Youtube channel, "The Trucking Scribe," showing how to find recipes, create signatures, pockets, tucks, bellybands, and more.







If you need more inspiration, a few friends, and lots of fun, join me over at the "Junk Journaling World" Facebook Group.



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