It’s got lace. It’s got multiple pockets and flip-outs. And it’s got a lot of pink!
Scroll down to watch my flip through video and see some photos of how it looks and what’s inside. I hope it serves as ample junk journal inspiration for you!
Junk Journal Ephemera Folio Flip Through Video
Take a look at my video on Youtube to see my flip through of my pretty-in-pink ephemera folio.
- Made from: envelopes, scrapbook paper and washi tape
- Number of pockets: 8 (3 on the front, 5 inside)
- Difficulty: easy (ideal for beginners)
- Techniques used: lots of glueing(!) plus whatever you want to make ephemera-wise
Love watching junk journal flip through videos? Check out this video of my mini lace junk journals!
As I was very new to junk journaling at the time, I didn’t quite feel ready to make a full-blown junk journal yet – or have to bind one!
So I started small.
I started making various ephemera at first and then I saw this Youtube video by PinkMonarchPrints for an ephemera folio that had lots of interesting flip-outs using envelopes.
So I decided to make one of my own!
I used an A4-sized manila envelope as my base, folded it in half and then started arranging my other envelopes where I wanted them.
The rest was easy as it was just adding embellishments and deciding what junk journal ephemera to include in the folio.
I just love how “shabby chic-esque” it looks, and in my opinion, you can never have too much pink!
New to junk journaling? Take a look at my junk journaling 101 blog post to learn a few basics.
Would I make this junk journal ephemera folio again?
Gladly. I really enjoyed making it and piecing together the puzzle of where to put the envelopes. Plus you can fit a surprising amount inside it!
If you’re interested in seeing a tutorial of how I made the folio, then just leave me a comment below or on my Youtube video and I’ll happily create one on video for you!