What is a journal card?

What is a journal card?

Journaling cards are a cute, fun, and creative way to add a chunk of text to your journal, scrapbook, or even your photo albums. They allow you to add a structured spot of journaling to any page without interfering with photos, existing writing, or the design.

What size are journal cards?

The standard size for journal cards is 3 x 4 and 4 x 6 but any size is acceptable; create them to suit your page design and preference. I often create square cards which work well with my instagram photos.

What is the difference between scrapbook and journal?

As nouns the difference between scrapbook and journal is that scrapbook is a book, similar to a notebook or journal, in which personal or family memorabilia and photos are collected and arranged while journal is a diary or daily record of a person, organization, vessel etc; daybook.

What is a project life card?

Project Life cards, especially the 3×4 size, are perfect for adding extra layers to handmade cards without adding bulk. The designs and quotes are perfect for a snail mail greeting. I used some for Christmas cards to put together some quick and easy cards for the holidays.

What are junk journals?

A Junk Journal is a handmade book of recycled and found materials and ephemera. The pages can be used to write, draw, paint or record memories, thoughts, ideas, and inspiration. The finished junk journal can become anything you want.

What is Pocket scrapbooking?

Pocket Scrapbooking is the generic term for “Project Life” — a commercialized term coined by Becky Higgins. In essentials, it’s a form of scrapbooking in which you use page protectors with pockets to wrangle your memories.

Is project life still a thing?

For those who love to scrapbook with their computer, it’s all still there — Project Life templates and collections — and it’s all found at DigitalProjectLife.com, including new Project Life collections on a regular basis, the ability to print your digital pages, and even our scanning service.