I mentioned my journaling basket in THIS POST and some people emailed and left comments wanting to see inside the basket - so here is a post to show you! Above is the basket full.
Inside the basket I have a box that a gift came in that I use to hold goodies.The bottom of the box holds markers, pens, glue stick and glue pen and detail scissors. The bottom is used to hold little bits.
Above is a look at the pens, makers, scissors and glue.
This photo is a look at some of the little bits...
Included in the bits are glassine envelopes with smaller bits - like vintage dennison labels.
In the basket underneath the box top and bottom are bigger scissors, pretty tape and more journaling papers.
Lots of alpha stickers are a must - as well as large vintage dennison labels and old antique fashion ladies.
Some more peeks into the layers of the stuff in the basket - some old book pages, victorian scrap, dollies, etc
A couple more peeks... below you can see a packet of the reproduction game pieces I love to use, a vintage postcard, product tags that I find fun and may want to use on a spread and more...
I keep this basket downstairs (my studio is upstairs) and use it when I want to journal at the kitchen table, on the couch while watching a movie, etc. It helps keep journaling a daily practice for me! The basket itself measures approx 17 inches long from handle to handle and 10 inches wide - it was one I grabbed at Homegoods ages ago.
I hope you enjoyed looking inside!