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Sunday, January 5, 2014

Journal Back Pocket

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I created a back pocket for my weekly planner/journal that I'm using for The Documented Life Project .

I made a 4 and 3/4" wide by 5" high pocket with a 1/4" seam on the left, bottom, and right sides of it using GIMP 2.8.8, then printed it out on card stock paper. After cutting it out and folding over the 1/4" seams, I used an Elmer's glue stick on the seams, then glued it onto the back cover of the journal. (I inserted a piece of paper under the seams so that the glue didn't get onto the back side of the pocket when I applied it onto the seams.)

After that, I created a "Journal Skin" to cover my weekly planner/journal with, so I can change it out over time. I draped that over the left side of the journal for this photo, and put a tag that I had created into the back pocket. You can see the "Journal Skin" on the weekly planner/journal in this post.

The pocket images are from a DuckDuckGo search.

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