Welcome to Life Documented 2018 (12th October) Week 41 with Anna Friesen

Theme: Hidden places to document. Prompt: Create a tri-pocket to house journaling tags Technique: Brayer paint on paper and decorate with stencils and gel pens. Quote: In the frantic pace of life, where do I find the time to reflect? I don't find it, I work at reserving and preserving it! - Jean Fleming, Pursue the Intentional Life
Hello, fellow documenters!  Anna Friesen here to show you how I make pockets for my unPlanner. I use pockets regularly, as I love creating small, so this is THE place to store them. 

I want to document special moments and ideas meaningful to me, specifically, the things I worked on in my ladies bible study group this week, and building pockets are a fun way to store these notes.

I have created a printable template for you. You can download it from my Dropbox.
Pocket template HERE

Step 1: Paint 
(You could completely skip the painting part, using patterned paper instead, or even using plain white paper.)

I started by filling an 8.5x11 piece of white cardstock…

Welcome to Life Documented 2018 (6th October) Week 40 with Julie Leggett OCTOBER Divider

Welcome to Life Documented 2018 (6th October) Week 40 with Julie Leggett

Theme: Hidden Places to document
Prompt: To create pockets using journal page and belly band with additional documenting cards. Technique: Using card stock and papers create a 2 fold belly band, a full page pocket and documenting cards and additional tags. Quote:“We might do well to take a look at what we’ve crammed into our pockets as it will say much about what we’ve crammed into our hearts” – Craig Lounsbrough
Hello everyone It’s great to be kick starting an exciting new theme for the month - creating hidden spaces to document in your journal.I so enjoy making different types of journals and actively participate in junk journal groups on facebook.I thought I would do a simple page using paper and card stock – this week I have used no paint techniques at all, of course you could use your own decorated paper and card stock if you like.The measurements used are in line with an A4 size page, you can just half the sizes …