Back again, this 4.75" X 7 1/2" Storybook Journal; "Cutie Pie" has 51 pages which include a combination of vintage Four Star Onion Skin papers, vintage lined writing, vintage linen, sketch, and watercolor papers, on which you may journal, sketch, draw, paint, and glue.
I have designed 4 double-sided pocket dividers (which are also full size pocket pages with top openings) created from premium double-sided card-stock papers from PhotoPlay's baby girl collection embellished with lots of pockets, cutouts, vintage seam binding ribbon, charms, 5 removable double sided tags and 3 coin envelope pockets. Each page of this journal is hand inked, stamped and o-wire bound between covers which were created from a 1961 children's story book called "The House At Pooh Corner" by A.A. Milne. Also included is a vintage 1930's bingo card double-sided pocket page and trinket cluster.
This is now listed in my Etsy shop here
Lets take a look...
"Cutie Pie" Storybook Journal Cover
Original End Papers
Original Title Page
Original Picture Page Facing Divider 1 Front
2 bottom pockets one of them paper lace. A large double sided baby tag for information and photo perhaps. I found a cute paper clip that I added to this tag to hold goodies. It'll be a fun surprise.
Divider 1 backside
3 side pockets one is paper lace.
Divider 2 front
3 side pockets with Paper another lace
Divider 2 backside
2 bottom pockets and a large tag slipped in. More lace.
Divider 3 front
2 bottom pockets and a tag pocket on top hand sewn to the page.
Divider 3 backside
2 side pockets and 2 layered strip pockets on top with a double sided tag tucked in.
1930's Bingo Card
2 bottom pockets with an information card on baby's firsts slipped in.
1930 Bingo Card backside
2 strip side pockets with a little flash card tucked in.
Divider 4 Front
3 side pockets and a large tag slipped in.
Divider 4 backside
3 coin Pockets
3 coin pockets open
"Cutie Pie" open
I have been adding a few new things in my shop - some scrapbook magazines that I enjoyed from the early 2000's, Halloween, and Travel page tabs, and vintage reader paper bundles. Thanks for stopping by, I'm off to create some more Halloween journals. -Rebecca