Spellbinders – Junk Journal Envelopes with Flea Market Finds

Welcome everyone! I’m so glad you’re here today. I have been playing around with different types of crafts lately, some paper-related and some not. One has been journaling and decorating the pages here and there when I feel like it. I thought it would be fun to play with some of the Spellbinders Flea Market Finds envelopes and things to make additions for future pages.

I created a few envelopes of both sizes from cardstock and folded them up. Then I various additions for each one using the other dies in the Envelopes 2 set – faux wax seals, inserts, stamps – whatever struck me at the time.

Then I started decorating the various pieces with the Reading Matter stamp set for added interest. I pulled one of the fun ephemera pieces from the Miscellany pack for this envelope and added ribbon to the tab on my insert too.

I love the postage stamp and really wanted to use it so I flipped one of the envelopes over and decorated the front instead of the back too. I thought this would give a little something different for the page too. These stamps are so vintage and cool. I love them!

For the last envelope I switched to teal and a white insert while stamping in colored ink for a little extra something. I love how this one turned out. There’s something about the brightness on this round of creations that are making me happy.

Do you have other crafty ventures besides card making? I’d love to hear about them!

Products used today:
Mini Envelope 2 dies
Florals 2 Palette paper pad
Reading Matter stamps
Coat Check Miscellany printed die cuts

White liner tape
Tape runner

I appreciate you sharing your time with me. Have a fabulous day!

2 thoughts on “Spellbinders – Junk Journal Envelopes with Flea Market Finds

  1. I LOVE seeing things made with these supplies. I am having bit of a problem though…I have a hard time USING the ephemera–it is so precious! ☺️ I see I will have to use it in a journal I adore and use and not try to use it in card making. BTW, is there a support group for ephemera hoarders?

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