What is a scrapbook journaling?
Scrapbook journaling is a fun and whimsical way to practice mindfulness and keep track of your thoughts and experiences. This approach to journaling is great for anyone who wants to unleash their artist creative potential. It is appropriate for all ages and skill levels.
How to start a scrapbook journal?
The first step in starting your scrapbook journal is finding (or making) a notebook, journal, or planner that work for you. I personally use The Happy Planner for my scrapbook journal because I like the layout and it’s ability to expand over time.
What supplies do I need?
The supplies you will need will greatly depend on the crafting technique you select. Here are a couple of supplies I use most often in my scrapbook journal:
Help I’m stuck, what should I write about?
Sometimes a blank page can be scary. You stare at it trying to think of the perfect thing to write about. Don’t worry you’re not alone and I’m here to help you. First, I want to know that there is no right or wrong way to do this. This is your journal and anything goes. However, if you want a little guidance in creating your scrapbook journal, here are a couple of options.
The G.L.A.D method is a bullet journaling approach developed by psychotherapist and formal Buddhist monk, Donald Altman. This mini-course will show you how to use this method of journaling to increase your joy, gratitude, and productivity.
This resource provides you with one-line journaling prompts to promote self-discovery and self-love.
A collection of videos showcasing weekly scrapbook journaling spreads created by me (Tranae).