It is Tea Time. Today I’m sharing a new junk journal that I just love. The Tea Soiree Fabric Junk Journal, features Calico Collage Digital Journal Kit Tea Soiree, Canvas from Canvas Corp Brands and Tulip Dimensional Paint applied using the ScraPerfect Medium No Clog Writing Cap and scraps of fabric and lace from my stash.
Video Flip through of the Tea Soiree Fabric Junk Journal.
The supplies used to make the Tea Soiree Fabric Junk Journal.
- Calico Collage Tea Soiree Digital Journal Kit
- Canvas From Canvas Corp Brands – The foundation of the cover and one of the pages inside.
- Snippet Roll
- Sewing Machine
- Cameo Broach Purchased at Hobby Lobby
- Scraps of fabric – Thank you Neighbor and Quilt Guild
- Copy Paper
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist, Taffy, Precious Metals, Poodle Pink
- Lace Stencil Created with Cricut Explore Air
- Journal card bases from Canvas Corp Brands – Scrap Pack
- Tulip Dimensional Fabric Paint
- Medium No-Clog Writing Cap by ScraPerfect
- Muslin Fabric – Used bleached, can use unbleached for a more vintage look
- Freezer Paper
- Ink Jet Printer – I have an older Epson WorkForce WF-3640
- Various Tea themed rubber stamps.
Making the Tea Soiree Fabric Junk Journal was so much fun! This was one of those use up your stash projects. Digging through the scrap fabric stash was fun- some of the fabric was given to me and some was from grab bags at my quilt guild.
It has been a while since I printed on fabric and I knew it would be perfect for this journal. For this Tea Soiree Fabric Junk Journal, I printed several images to be used in this journal. My method of printing on fabric is to use muslin ironed to freezer paper, then cut to 8.5 x 11 inches. Then print the images using an INKJET printer. DON’T USE A LASER PRINTER. Remove the freezer paper backing gently, cut images and use as desired.
The cover of the Tea Soiree Fabric Junk Journal is CANVAS (I kept saying muslin in the video – silly me) that I have sewed scraps of fabric and lace on top.
When closed the Tea Soiree Fabric Junk Journal measures 6.5 inches wide by 9.5 inches tall and has 52 pages.
The lace look stencil is one I made using my Cricut Air Explore. Then using Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists I added a touch here and there with the stencil.
Some of the pages are my version of Frankenpages. Using pages out of a few old dictionaries sewed onto a piece of copy paper. The dictionary pages were very thin and I wanted a good foundation.
The pink pages inside the Tea Soiree Fabric Junk Journal feature the Lace Stencil, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists and Rubber Stamping using Brutus Monroe Detail Ink.
Canvas from CCB was used as a base for a couple of the pages inside the Tea Soiree Fabric Junk Journal. Journal cards are stuck in a side pocket.
Tulip Dimensional Glitter Paint was applied using the ScraPerfect Medium No Clog Writing Cap. The Cap has a very fine point and works perfectly with the Tulip Glitter Paint.
My neighbor is moving and as a result, she cleared out her sewing room. In her pile, she gave me several old patterns and I used some of the paper on journal cards.
The words were created inside the Silhouette design software then printed on either cardstock or fabric using an inkjet printer. There is a tutorial on how I made this page.
The belly band is a portion of the Snippet Roll I created. It is beautiful, I’m glad there was enough to use inside the Tea Soiree Fabric Junk Journal.
Using Calico Collage Digital images for junk journals makes the journal beautiful. These crisp unique images are truly amazing.
Hopefully, I’ve inspired you and you enjoyed seeing the Tea Soiree Fabric Junk Journal today. Feel free to ask questions. Check out my shop for this and other junk journals I have created.
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My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.
Thanks very much for stopping by my blog today to see the Tea Soiree Fabric Junk Journal.