I like to have a journal for different topics, but I hate having to go to different stores to look at their options. Usually I don't like the price either. A few years ago, I started to make my own journals by altering a composition book. This ensures that I have a journal that I like, and it also fits into my budget.
As I have practiced making them over the years, my technique has changed. If you remember a few months ago I shared a post about How to Alter a Composition Book. For the project today, I have changed a few of the steps.
Yesterday I published a guest post from my friend Sabra, and today I am over at her blog sharing the instructions to make this spiritual journal. If you aren't interested in making a spiritual journal, you can still follow the steps to make any kind of journal. You could make a travel journal, a day-to-day journal, a dream journal, a birthday present, or a craft for a girls' night.
Here are a few links to ideas for scripture journal prompts.
Scripture Journaling - Sketch Notes (her site is full of many templates, ideas, & freebies)
Spiritual Art Journal Page (her site has lots of different ideas for journals)
How to Do a Prayer Journal (also a template)
You can find some great free printables for journals if you do an internet search.