Telling stories, exploring thoughts and preserving memories is the heart of scrapbooking. Sometimes a photo can simply be a complementary accessory to a beautiful layout. To focus on the writing, it is often helpful to have a prompt. Journaling prompts are a lot like challenges – they get your mental juices flowing and help stretch your creativity. There are many Web sites to help you along and these are some of the best!

A great template with built-in room for journaling is yet another way to work your writing magic. Meet Template Annika!

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  1. Christine

    Thank you for the journaling prompt sites Jennifer. I think I’ll find them very useful! And thanks for the template! Happy Monday!

    Christine’s last blog post..What Could Have Been

  2. Candice S.

    Thank you for sharing this awesome template! I also want to thank you for the journaling prompt website. I checked it out and it looks awesome!!! It’s the “Journal Prompt Library” that I found most helpful!!

    You’re a peach!


    Candice S.’s last blog post..Andrea Gold – Truly a "Golden Girl!"

  3. Kathy

    Thank-you so much for the wonderful template

  4. Pam

    Thanks for the template!!

  5. Abby

    Thank you for suggestions and template!

  6. Amber

    Wonderful template! Thank you!



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