My Favorite Junk Journal Blogs of 2023

Endless Inspiration for the Junk Journaling Addict

If you’re a junk journal addict, you know the thrill of discovering new ideas, techniques, and materials to create your one-of-a-kind masterpiece. In the digital age, countless junk journal bloggers share their expertise, tips, and artistic creations with the world.  Junk journal blogs are a fantastic source of inspiration, knowledge, and camaraderie for those who love this unique form of self-expression. 

Let’s explore some of the best junk journal blogs to help you fuel your creative spirit and embark on your next unique project.

Artful Haven 

Artful Haven, run by Ivana, is a blog that celebrates the joy of creativity and self-expression through journaling. Ivana shares her artistic journey, offering inspiration, tutorials, and resources for fellow artistic journalers. Her blog features a mix of art journaling and mixed media techniques, providing readers with a wealth of ideas for their own creations. While her website is not specifically junk journaling, her art journal prompts are some great inspiration for the junk journal addict.

The Cloaked Fox

An online vintage paper craft store, The Cloaked Fox maintains a blog that has plenty of articles about junk journaling and ephemera. There’s also plenty of supplies to be found here, if you’re looking for more vintage items to include in your journaling adventures.

The Graphics Fairy

The Graphics Fairy is a treasure trove for junk journal enthusiasts in search of high-quality vintage images and graphics. Karen, the blog’s creator, curates and shares an extensive collection of free digital resources, perfect for enhancing your junk journal pages. The blog also features a wide array of tutorials and project ideas, making it an invaluable resource for the creative junk journaler. She even has a free online course for creating your own junk journal!

House of Mahalo

Written by Justine Jenkins,  junk journaling is front and center on this website dedicated to paper crafts. There’s over 30 articles with junk journal ideas and inspiration to peruse. From Junk Journaling 101 guides, to recommended printables, to flip-throughs, you’ll have a field day with all of the journaling content featured here.

Margarete Miller

A creator of art from vintage sources, Margarete Miller’s work has been featured in Journaling magazine. She has an extensive archive of junk journal creations to inspire junk journal addicts everywhere. Some of her creations are truly mind-boggling when it comes to what materials she uses, challenging anyone who wants to have a truly unique junk journals in their collection.

The Scrapologist

Located in Maine, The Scrapologist is a resource for junk journal supplies for beginners. Cindy offers many types of junk journal ephemera in her online shop, including vintage fabrics, antique photographs, and more.

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Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned junk journaler, these blogs offer an abundance of ideas and techniques to help you create your next masterpiece. So grab your favorite cuppa of tea, visit these amazing blogs, and let your creativity soar!

Amelia Desertsong is a former content marketing specialist turned essayist and creative nonfiction author. She writes articles on many niche hobbies and obscure curiosities, pretty much whatever tickles her fancy.

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