Welcome my friends, today I’m sharing a Junk Journal Pocket Tutorial. This pocket was in the Let it Snow Junk Journal and I made extras for the Simply Winter Junk Journal kits. I thought I would share How I made it so others could make their own Junk Journal Pocket.
Here is a video showing the Junk Journal Pocket Tutorial.
Supplies used for the Junk Journal Pocket Tutorial
- Book page
- Glue Stick
- Calico Collage Victorian Holiday 1 inch Charms
- Die cut or punched shapes
- Distress Ink Stormy Sky
- Blending tool
- Aleene’s Tacky Glue
- Washi Tape
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist – Simply Sheer Vintage Blue, Dazzling Diamonds
- Snowflake Stencil
- Sewing Machine
- Blue Thread
- Eyelash Yarn
- Self-adhesive Rhinestones
- Snowflake embellishment
- Canvas Corp Brands Canvas
- Index Card
The method used in this Junk Journal Pocket Tutorial is very simple. Take a page out of an old book. I’ve even used books from the Dollar Tree. Fold the book in half from top to bottom. Turn down one corner and adhere in place.
Using a Snowflake Stencil (I made the stencil myself using my Circut and a snowflake image and cut on Transparency film.) Spray with both colors of Tattered Angels Mists.
Once the page is dry (can use a heat tool if necessary) take to the sewing machine. Stitch around the outside edges to add a touch of zig-zag stitches.
Next using the Calico Collage Vintage Holiday charm image, a few punched shapes and some sheet music decorate the pocket. I even used some blue eyelash yarn for cool texture.
To put in the pocket I made a tag using Canvas Corp Brands Canvas an index card and more of the Tattered Angels Mists.
After watching the Junk Journal Pocket Tutorial I know you will make a lot of these fun and beautiful pockets.
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