The layout above is another quick and easy Studio J layout I created. Of course I used the stitching tool to create the zig-zag border because I am obsessed with the stitching tool. Do you see those little paper rectangle pieces that go across the center of both the left and right page? Well I needed to switch up the order a bit so I just created a journaling box with no text. Then I dragged and dropped in the paper I wanted as the background of the journaling box. The key to really customize your layout is to think of the journaling boxes as a way of adding paper to your layout. I love that trick!
Also, beginning February 1, you can visit StudioJ.com for a set of instructions for creating five beautifully crafted layouts in Studio J. These instructions are intended to help you become familiar with Studio J and its features. Finally be sure to check out all 9 new paper packets on Studio J - 8 are from the new Spring/Summer 2012 idea book and the 9th is exclusive to Studio J!