Mixed Media

Jane Davenport Artomology | Journaling Spread with Cindy Guentert-Baldo

Hi everyone! Cindy here, sharing my third and final project using the Jane Davenport Artomology Collection.

One of the things I’ve been incorporating into my bullet journaling lately has been memory keeping, so I thought it would be fun to show you how create a journaling spread using the same colors and collection.

This spread is not water themed, but I did incorporate the same colors as the other two projects. Keeping to an exact theme all month can seem limiting, but there are ways (like using the same colors or a specific element) to keep everything cohesive while mixing it up a little.

I love using pictures in my journaling – I print them from my phone using a portable photo printer with sticker paper. I decided to use the Jane Davenport Die Cutting machine and Cutting Templates to cut some decorative elements out. As my pictures are super colorful, I decided to use chipboard for my die-cuts to keep things from looking too busy.

I’m a little clumsy with stamping – nothing that some shadows (added with the Smooth Markers) can’t handle!

One of the most important parts of a journaling spread is… the journaling. Make sure to leave some defined space while you are decorating so you can go back and let it all out. I emphasized these areas with the Smooth Markers to help them pop off the page.

Spellbinders Supplies:


Dot Grid Notebook, Tim Holtz Round Blending Tool, Clear Stamp Block, Pigma Micron Pen, Chipboard, HP Sprocket Photo Printer + Sticker Paper, Clear Stamping Block

Thank you so much for following along for the past few days! I hope you are inspired to go do some creative planning and journaling yourself. You can find me at www.cindyguentertbaldo.com and @llamaletters on Instagram. Thanks again!


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