Holiday Journal: Journaling Pages

The last installment of the Holiday Journals series, Yay!

I don’t know about you, but I’m ready to move on.

I used my journaling pages for memory keeping and devotional tracking. The library cards tracked the date and scripture I read that day, and the tags are for memory keeping. Between social distancing and the weather, we didn’t get up to much, but there were a few things worth noting.

I had so much fun making these pages and decorating my tags that I’ve decided I want an entire journal of tags and pockets. Coming to your local blog soon! (The ugly sweater tag was a gift from a sweet friend=memory)

A selection of the tags from this journal. I loved having painted backgrounds with an addition of tissue paper or clear sticker paper, and then playing with the tags and pockets.

And now it’s 2022! Well at least in my journal.

Like I said, I’m really chuffed with these pockets. So much so that I went thrifting with my daughter and picked up as many “Discarded” library books as I could find, just for the pockets…so much fun!

Well, I hope you enjoyed this series as much as I did, but I’m ready for something new! How about you?

There’s so much inspiration out there, but so little time!

As always,

Thank you for stopping by,

Have a great week,


4 thoughts on “Holiday Journal: Journaling Pages

  1. Hi Patty, I enjoyed this series because I adore your style and you 🙂 I’m still doing a bit more holiday collage work, I want to use up misc bits so I don’t have to store them away (obviously none of those pieces are worthy to be trashed! haha, so I want to glue them in the book and then I will put to bed all of my Christmas supplies) so fun seeing the sweater and gnome in your journal!

    Years ago I made a small journal where every page was a pocket, and then I made tags for each one. It was fun and what I called a ‘scaled down’ version of gluebooking. I decorated the tags, journaled on some, and before I knew, it was filled up. Might have to do another one of those! You are so right, ‘so much inspiration-so little time!” 🙂 thanks for sharing, have a great week as well.


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