Hello & Happy Monday to you!  I unfortunately have a little sinus crud that I am dealing with today, but thankfully medication is helping!  I don’t have a scrapbook page to share today, instead I thought I would show you what other neat projects you can make in My Digital Studio if you are not an big scraper.  Did you know that you can order journals through My Digital Studio?!  They are sized at 6 1/4 x 8 1/4.  You can choose from several pre-designed templates or create your own journal.  There are so many things you can do with journals.  You can create Creative Journals, Travel Journals, Family Journals, Prayer Journals, etc…

I decided to try out the journal feature in MDS and create a Prayer Journal for myself.  I wanted to make it more feminine than any of the pre-designed journals so I set out and created this one.  One of the new features that I just love in MDS2 is that you can now see the front and back of your books when you are creating them in a two-page spread.  It was SO easy to match up the paper on the front and back of my journal!  I added a scripture quote to the front of my journal and to the back I added the words of one of  my favorite songs.  The tag on the front of the journal is a punch shape that was filled with DSP from the Downtown Grunge Kit.

Here is what the back will look like when it prints.  The Designer Series Paper that I used on the front and back of this journal is from the Joyful Times Kit.  The journals come printed in a hard cover and cost $24.95 through the Stampin’ Up! printing service.  You can add pages inside of your journal if you wish as well.  It would be neat to add a few scripture quotes throughout this journal.

The last picture is a page that I created to go inside my journal.  This page will be right in the front of my journal just in case I am in need of some ideas of where to start.  I’m not sure if I will be able to write in this everyday, but I hope that I can make it more of a habit and a place to share my joys, sorrows, and prayers.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Be creative, Kristin