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General Conference Journal

I'm so excited for General Conference this weekend! I've been printing and preparing all sorts of fun activities to keep Harvey busy. Then I got a little jealous and wanted to make a little something for myself. I decided to make myself a special journal just for taking notes during General Conference.

I found this customizable journal at Target for 4 dollars, and I made a special cover in Photoshop.

Then I slipped in inside. I love how it turned out, and it makes me that much more excited to take notes this weekend.

EDIT: If you'd like a copy, e-mail me at I used digital scrapbooking supplies, but all of the products have been discontinued, so I feel okay sharing the flattened image. :)


  1. Any chance we could get a download of your super cute conference journal cover? I am working on journals for my Activity Day girls and I really like your cover!

    1. I used digital scrapbooking products that are still for sale, so posting it for everyone to download would be against the designer's terms of use.

      (But, send me an e-mail and I'll see what I can do..)

  2. Would also love this. Is there any way you can do this so there is no design and we can just add our own back ground paper? Please send me what you can that would be great. My email address is

  3. I would love a copy of this. Thanks!

  4. Adorable! I'd love the cover if you can share it :) Thanks!

    Love it! Thanks!

  6. please may I have a copy for my seminary kids


  7. I love it! Hope is not to late for a copy
    Thanks Angie

  8. Could I get a copy for me to use with my activity days group? Thanks!

  9. I LOVE your journal cover! I am so grateful that some people have these talents! Could I get a copy of your design to use with my Beehive class this week? Thanks!

  10. This is so cute! I want to use it with our YW for their Conference kits :) please email me Thanks so much for sharing your talents :)


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