Summer is a great time for making memories. To make these memories last, let’s make a lovely mini DIY summer memory book!
Mini DIY Summer Memory Book
What you need
- journaling cards – the ones I’ve used are from My Minds Eye On Trend 2 collection (you can also grab these cardstock die cuts from the same collection and use them to decorate your memory book)
- free printable journaling cards – click here to get them -> Journaling Cards A4 or Journaling Cards Letter
- Stickles neon flamingo
- Stickles crushed pineapple
- hole puncher
- ribbon or rings
If you are keeping up with the trends you’ve probably noticed that this year pineapples and flamingos are all the rage! Want to see more? Do check the summer trends sale over at Blitsy!
I’m sure you saw a whole bunch of amazing stuff (that golden washi tapes are to die for) you want to have. Blitsy is making it easy for you as you can win $50 to spend on their site (just imagine all the cool stuff you can get).
Win $50 to spend at Blitsy
How to enter? It’s easy peasy! Just remember my secret word “easypeasy” and hop on to Blitsy Creative Team Summer Trends Blog Hop where you’ll enter it – along with other secret words from this blog hop.
Let’s make our little memory book.
Print the journaling cards. There is a variety of them available – print them all or just the ones that appeal to you.
Once printed decorate them with Stickles. I have a love hate relationship with glitter – love the glittery, hate the glitter all over the place but Stickles takes the hate away – so now I only have a love relationship with it ha. It’s easy to use and the end look is pretty professional.
Punch the holes on your cards. Some of the printable cards have markings for holes, you can use those to help you punch holes through others.
Thread ribbon or use rings (rings will be way easier as ribbon can be a bit tricky to work with). And you are done. Your little book is ready to be filled with summer memories.
I just had to snap a photo with these journaling cards, they are the cutest! I love that gold is actually gold, in all it’s shininess.