Introduction: How to Make a Journal

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This journal is really fun to make and the results are great.

Step 1: Video

this video really explains it all.
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Step 2: Gathering Your Supplies

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Youll need:

Two Photographs printed at 4? or larger
50-75 sheets of paper (same size as your photos)
White glue (or Elmers Glue)
A Brush
Two clothespins, binder clips, or pegs
A small sheet of construction paper or craft paper (for the spine)
Wax paper

Step 3: Improvising

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Sometimes we don't always have what the project calls for so, this step is all about improvising.
For example, I didn't have any pictures I wanted to up so, I printed out a picture off of the internet, and gave it a cardstock backing.
Instead of clothespins I used magnetic clips we had on our fridge.
Plus I used aluminum foil instead of the wax paper.

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Penolopy Bulnick (author)2013-04-29

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lmuli3 (author)2009-06-10

no video where is it

J@50n (author)lmuli32009-09-28

is the link then scroll for the move at the bottom of the page

gmjhowe (author)2009-03-09

The video is not compatible with this site, i suggest uploaded it to youtube.

Also, this is not enough material for a full instructable, you would be much better using the video function to show off your work!

Any questions, I'm more than happy to help out!

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Bio: I'm figuring out that you can "make" anything. This is my true hobby.
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