How to make a cover for Christmas Junk Journal

Start playing the Christmas music. lol Today I’m sharing How to make a cover for Christmas Junk Journal. Using Fabric, Cardstock, Calico Collage journal kit – Golden Christmas along with my sewing machine I share How to make a cover for Christmas Junk Journal.

How to make a cover for Christmas Junk Journal

Almost daily I get questions on how to make a cover for a junk journal. I decided to share a video with the steps I take for a cover. How to make a cover for Christmas Junk Journal.

What you will need for this project. How to make a cover for Christmas Junk Journal
Pages – Calico Collage Golden Christmas, I have mine stamped and sprayed, ready to add trim
Fabric for outside cover
Chipboard – can use a cereal box or purchase chipboard or even an old book.
Cardstock for inside covers
Photocopy of music out of an old hymnal
Glue Stick
Aleene’s Tacky Glue
Sewing machine – Mine is old but works great.
Needles I use Organ Flat Shank Size 80/12, Use what is recommended by your sewing machine. 
Thread of your choice – I used red.
Ribbon
Washi Tape
Distress Ink, Black Soot, and Vintage Photo
Fiskars Scissors – to trim the thread\
Waxed Linen Thread
Bookbinders Needle
Bookbinder’s awl in a kit.

Tip for making a cover from scratch. Know the size of your pages first. Once I have all my pages done and I stack them into Signatures (a group of folded papers) I measure. Measure the thickness of the pages. In my case, these were about 1 inch. The height of the page needs to be measured. My pages are 8 inches tall. The width next. Mine is 5.25 inches wide without lace, with lace 6 inches.

The book insides measure 8 x 5.25 with a one-inch spine. I want there to be plenty of room so I then add a little to each and end up with the following. The height 8.5, the width 6.25 and then the spine is 1.25.

Cut the chipboard two pieces 8.5 x 6.25 one piece 8.5 x 1.25. These will be the insides of your cover for stability. Layout these pieces and then measure a large rectangle. In my case, it was 16 inches wide by 10 inches tall.

Adhere the chipboard to the cover (fabric or paper) with Aleene’s Tacky glue. Use a bone folder to smooth out the glue and for the cover to adhere.

Fold over the edges to the inside of the cover. Again use Aleene’s Tacky Glue.

Once the cover outside is complete, I will embellish the cover if I plan to sew, I do it now. For this Christmas Junk Journal, I used images from Calico Collage, copy of music, scrap of paper, washi tape and ribbon. Just play around with the composition until you see what you like.

Create pockets if you want them on the inside cardstock pieces. Adhere the inside pages to the cover with the spine being first. (if you want to do a hidden spine on a book you would sew to the 1.25 x 8.5 inch spine piece before you adhere it to the cover.

How to make a cover for Christmas Junk Journal

How to make a cover for Christmas Junk Journal

Now that the cover is done sew your pages to the cover and you are done! Enjoy the journal you just made!

How to make a cover for Christmas Junk Journal

Make sure to check out the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Of course, you are welcome to join the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. The group is growing daily and we are a friendly group willing to help each other and encourage each other.

Interested in any of the journals I created? Please feel free to contact me through my Facebook Page.

Here is my shop, I have a lot of items uploaded and add more weekly.

My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.

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Paint Envelopes for Junk Journals

Do you have some papers that you want to alter? Then today’s post How to Paint Envelopes for Junk Journals is perfect for you. Using pages from an old book, acrylic craft paint and some glitter glue I alter paper to make fun envelopes. It’s a great mixed media project.

Paint Envelopes for Junk Journals

When you gut out the pages of a book you end up with a lot of pages that need a new purpose. While some pages are beautiful the way they are others need a little help.

This is where acrylic paint can be a great help. Using an old gift card or room key card and Acrylic Paint you can alter the paper.

Paint Envelopes for Junk Journals

Here is a video on How to Paint Envelopes for Junk Journals.

Collect a stack of papers to paint. Protect your work surface as this can get messy. I use old poster board or newspaper to help with any excess paint.

Select the color you want and a page. Pour some paint on the paper and use the card to spread it around. The more pressure you use the lighter the paint layer will be on the paper.

Paint Envelopes for Junk Journals

Once you have the paper coated with paint allow it to dry. Or you can use a heat tool to speed up the process.

My pages were already die cut with the Tim Holtz Envelope Die. If you don’t have the die, you can make your own template. Copy an envelope you already have or download one from the internet. With the new punch boards out you can use one of those too.

Paint Envelopes for Junk Journals

Once the envelope has been formed I then used a punch to create a closure on the back of the envelope.

There are a lot of fun to make and will be inside the Christmas Junk Journal I’m making. Keep following to see more projects.

Make sure to check out the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Of course, you are welcome to join the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. The group is growing daily and we are a friendly group willing to help each other and encourage each other.

Interested in any of the journals I created? Please feel free to contact me through my Facebook Page.

Here is my shop, I have a lot of items uploaded and add more weekly.

My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.

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How to sew lace trim on Junk Journal Pages

Time for Christmas projects. Today I’m sharing How to sew lace trim on Junk Journal Pages for the Christmas Junk Journal I’m making. The pages are from the Golden Christmas journal kit from Calico Collage.

How to sew lace trim on Junk Journal Pages

There are times when I love to really add lots of embellishments to pages. Today was one of those days to add lace and pretty trims. I love how it changes the whole look of the pages, don’t you?

How to sew lace trim on Junk Journal Pages

Here is a video showing How to sew lace trim on Junk Journal Pages.

What you will need for this project. How to sew lace trim on Junk Journal Pages
Pages – Calico Collage Golden Christmas, I have mine stamped and sprayed, ready to add trim
Trim – I have a variety of lace and eyelash trim that I used for my pages.
Sewing machine – Mine is old but works great.
Needles I use Organ Flat Shank Size 80/12, Use what is recommended by your sewing machine.
Fiskars Scissors – to trim the thread

I’ve been sewing for a very long time. One of the questions I get all of the time, will sewing on paper hurt my machine? No, it won’t. It isn’t much different than sewing on fabric. Personally, I think that sewing on paper is less messy.

How to sew lace trim on Junk Journal Pages

Make sure to keep your machine maintained. Check your owners manual on how to clean and oil your machine, or take to a local repair shop for service.

When done sewing on paper, you may want to change the needle if going to sew on fabric as the needle might be dull. Otherwise if not going back and forth, I keep the same needle until it breaks or bends. 😉

How to sew lace trim on Junk Journal Pages

There are all kinds of lace and trims out there. Sometimes these can be found at thrift stores or specialty shops. I’ve had some given to me in the past too.

When sewing on paper, I’ve found that if I leave the lace trim long it is much easier to control. I don’t glue the lace down I hold it with my hands. Having a piece of trim longer than your page makes it easy to control.

How to sew lace trim on Junk Journal Pages

Make sure to check out the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Of course, you are welcome to join the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. The group is growing daily and we are a friendly group willing to help each other and encourage each other.

Interested in any of the journals I created? Please feel free to contact me through my Facebook Page.

Here is my shop, I have a lot of items uploaded and add more weekly.

My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.

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Making Gingerbread Men

Welcome friends. Today I’m Making Gingerbread Men. Working on a Christmas Junk Journal and wanted some handmade elements added. This is where I use stamps I’ve had for years and some bling that I had leftover from another project.

Making Gingerbread Men

When I found the gingerbread man stamp in my stash, I knew I wanted to make these to add to the journal.

Items used for Making Gingerbread Men.
ScraPerfect – Best Glue Ever
Colored Pencils
Stamped image on Kraft paper with Brutus Monroe Detail ink – Raven
Flat back rhinestone
Distress ink – Vintage Photo
Blending tool

Here is a video showing Making Gingerbread Men.

For this project Making Gingerbread Men, I started with stamping the gingerbread men in Brutus Monroe Detail ink – Raven onto Kraft colored cardstock. Then I used my scissors to fussy cut the gingerbread men.

Making Gingerbread Men

Choosing a few color of pencils I then colored in the areas I wanted on the gingerbread men. Then I used Distress Ink – Vintage Photo around the edges.

Making Gingerbread Men

Sometimes it is hard to find the right glue to adhere items. The Best Glue Ever is perfect for these rhinestones as it doesn’t take very much and it holds quickly. Other glues the rhinestone would pop off the project. I just applied a small dot on the back of the rhinestone, used the tip of the glue to spread and then attached to the gingerbread men.

Making Gingerbread Men

My hope is that I have inspired you to look differently at those items you have in your stash and use them in projects.

Make sure to check out the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Of course, you are welcome to join the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. The group is growing daily and we are a friendly group willing to help each other and encourage each other.

Interested in any of the journals I created? Please feel free to contact me through my Facebook Page.

Here is my shop, I have a lot of items uploaded and add more weekly.

My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.

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Vanity Flair Prayer Junk Journals

One of my friends requested that I share some prayer junk journals. So today I’m sharing four Vanity Flair Prayer Junk Journals. These were made using the Calico Collage digital journal kit Vanity Flair and Bible Verse Dominos.

Vanity Flair Prayer Junk Journals

Each journal has 14 sheets of paper folded in half for a total of 56 pages. Lots of space to write throughout the journals.

Here is a flip through video of the Vanity Flair Prayer Junk Journals.

It started out I was going to make one of these Vanity Flair Junk Journals. But my printer decided to act up and when it did it repeated the print job and I ended up with almost three of each page! So I went ahead and printed another set so I could make four journals.

Vanity Flair Prayer Junk Journals

Black Embossing Powder was used with Versamark ink for the title of each book. A Heat Embossing tool to is needed to set the embossing powder.

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Sometimes you just go with those errors and make something with what happened. In my case, I made more journals. lol

The covers of the Vanity Flair Prayer Junk Journals are a combination of Watercolor paper and the image from the Calico Collage digital kit. Picked Raspberry Distress ink was used around the edge of the watercolor paper. Then the digital image was glued in place. Used my sewing machine with a zigzag stitch around the edge.Vanity Flair Prayer Junk Journals Vanity Flair Prayer Junk Journals

Adding sewing to paper is something I really enjoy doing. If you have questions about how it will affect your sewing machine check out my blog post How to sew on Junk Journal here.

Did you know that when you purchase a digital item from Calico Collage you are allowed to change the size of the image? I have the Bible Verse Dominos and loved the images, but wanted them bigger. I cropped the .jpg image down to show six images. Then I told my printer to print this new image of six dominos at full size. Doing this created journal cards for this set of Vanity Flair Prayer Junk Journals.

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Be creative in the items you add to a junk journal. There is no wrong way to create one!

Vanity Flair Prayer Junk Journals

Make sure to check out the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Of course, you are welcome to join the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. The group is growing daily and we are a friendly group willing to help each other and encourage each other.

Interested in any of the journals I created? Please feel free to contact me through my Facebook Page.

Here is my shop, I have a lot of items uploaded and add more weekly.

My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.

Keep updated of my posts by following me. Follow my blog with Bloglovin.

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How to Sew on Junk Journal Page

Since I feature sewing a lot on my junk journal pages I thought I would share some tips. How to Sew on Junk Journal Page, shows how I sew on the paper and a few tips.

How to Sew on Junk Journal Page

The video for How to Sew on Junk Journal Page.

Things used for How to Sew on Junk Journal Page.
Sewing machine – mine is really old, 25 years. But any home sewing machine will work. Avoid the handheld sewing machine as those will be more headache than it is worth. Check out Local Sewing Machine Repair shops for used machines, thrift stores – make sure you turn it on before you purchase and then you can always buy a new machine for under $100.
Thread – I have a lot of old thread. Test it before you use in your machine – Pull a length off of the spool and see if it is easy to break with your hands. If you can give it a slight pull and it breaks it is really old and you won’t be happy it is in your machine.
100 ORGAN FLAT SHANK 80/12 Needles
Scissors – I use Fiskar Scissors, these have a nice sharp point to get into tiny spaces.
Paper and Ribbon were used from my stash.
Look for old Street Atlus when out estate sale shopping or thrift store shopping.
Before sewing on the page, I did use Vintage Photo Distress ink and a blending tool, on the pocket portion.

Tips for How to Sew on Junk Journal Page.

  • Start with a new needle when you first start sewing on paper. I will continue to use the needle until it breaks or bends. Usually, it will work for a while before it gets dull.
  • Clean the machine of lint and dust regularly. Read your manual to know how best to clean your machine.
  • Use a longer stitch length when sewing on paper if it is too short you will perforate the paper and it will tear.
  • Have fun.

Don’t be afraid of a sewing machine. It’s a great tool and you just need to spend a little time getting to know your machine and you will have fun!

How to Sew on Junk Journal Page

Make sure to check out the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Of course, you are welcome to join the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. The group is growing daily and we are a friendly group willing to help each other and encourage each other.

Interested in any of the journals I created? Please feel free to contact me through my Facebook Page.

Here is my shop, I have a lot of items uploaded and add more weekly.

My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.

Keep updated of my posts by following me. Follow my blog with Bloglovin.

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Natures Glory Junk Journals

Today I’m sharing three Natures Glory Junk Journals I made using the Calico Collage Digital Journal Kit – Natures Glory. These were fun and easy to make. Of course, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists were used along with Stamping and Distressed Inks.

Natures Glory Junk Journals

What I love about the Calico Collage Digital Journal Kits is I get to pick and choose the images I want to use in my junk journals. For this set of Natures Glory Junk Journals, I decided to use the journal cards as a focal piece on the cover.

These Natures Glory Junk Journals measure 5.25 inches wide by 7.5 inches tall. Each journal has 10 sheets of paper folded in half for a total of 40 pages.

Here is a flip through video showing all three of the Natures Glory Junk Journals I made.

Using papers from my stash and things that were given to me brings me joy. How about you? Do you try to use up items from your stash?

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Each cover has a page out of a dictionary, Canvas Corp Brands Canvas, Prima flower and more. My best friend gave me a couple rolls of the red mesh. I decided to make a little flair for the flowers.

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My youngest brother loves to go to auctions. Since he loves going, I gave him the task to look for papers, photos, calendars and more. He didn’t disappoint when he brought a box full of goodies to me. There was an Oklahoma City Street Atlas and datebooks in the box that got used in these journals.

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Because I often use hardback books for journal covers I end up with a lot of pages from the books. For this batch of Natures Glory Junk Journals, I decided to try my hand at painting pages for envelopes.

Natures Glory Junk Journals

Using craft acrylic paint in, yellow, orange and purple I painted the paper. This is where an old credit card or gift cards are handy. Use the card to spread the paint in a thin layer. Then these will dry quickly. I even used a stencil for a pretty design.

The Rose stamp in the corners of several of the pages is from Brutus Monroe – Botanical Banners. Stamped the Rose image with Picked Raspberry Distress Inks.

Natures Glory Junk Journals

Lots of yummy goodies in this set of Natures Glory Junk Journals.

Make sure to check out the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Of course, you are welcome to join the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. The group is growing daily and we are a friendly group willing to help each other and encourage each other.

Here is my shop, I have a lot of items uploaded and add more weekly.

My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.

Keep updated of my posts by following me. Follow my blog with Bloglovin.

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Sewn Journal Cards

Glad you are here to see my post about the Sewn Journal Cards I made for the Lace Song Bird Junk Journal. Sewing lace and fabric on the journal card gives a pretty texture.

Sewn Journal Cards

Here is a video showing how to make these Sewn Journal Cards.

Sewn Journal Cards Supply List
Ivory cardstock stamped with a background stamp
Ranger Tim Holtz Distress Ink Pad, Mini, Dried Marigold
Blending tool
ScraPerfect Best Glue Ever
Fiskar Scissors
Fabric strip – one inch wide
Lace
Sewing Machine
Martha Stewart Bird punch
Peach cardstock
Self-adhesive rhinestones
We R Memory Keepers Crop-A-Dile Corner Chomper Tool
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist – Apricot

Sewn Journal Cards

The method is pretty simple. Cut the stamped cardstock down to the size you want your journal cards – mine were about 4 inches by 5 inches in size. Round the corners with the Corner Chomper.

Apply Distressed ink – Spiced Marigold around the edges of the journal cards. Then spray Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists over the cards to add a pretty shimmer.

Sewn Journal Cards

Sew lace and fabric to the card with a zig-zag stitch on a sewing machine. If you don’t have a sewing machine use the Best Glue Ever or staple the lace and fabric to the card.

Use the Martha Stewart Bird Punch with peach paper to make bird shapes. Apply Distressed ink – Spiced Marigold around the edges of the birds. Adhere birds on top of the fabric with ScraPerfect’s Best Glue Ever.

For a final touch adhere self-adhesive rhinestone for an eye on each bird.

Sewn Journal Cards

Admire the beautiful Sewn Journal Cards you made.

Sewn Journal Cards

Make sure to check out the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Of course, you are welcome to join the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. The group is growing daily and we are a friendly group willing to help each other and encourage each other.

Interested in any of the journals I created? Please feel free to contact me through my Facebook Page.

Here is my shop, I have a lot of items uploaded and add more weekly.

My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.

Keep updated of my posts by following me. Follow my blog with Bloglovin.

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Personal Mermaid Junk Journal

Last month I went on a cruise and I made a Personal Mermaid Junk Journal. In this Personal Mermaid Junk Journal, I used images from Calico Collage, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists and things from my stash.

Personal Mermaid Junk Journal

To help new junk journal creators I made a video on How to make a Personal Mermaid Junk Journal.

My method is pretty straightforward. Using a basket I collect the items I want to use for the junk journal. In this case, I collected sea themed items, like stickers, scrapbook paper, digital images, stamps and more.

Personal Mermaid Junk Journal

The next decision is to figure out what size I want the journal. Since I was using Calico Collage digital images from two different kits, A Mermaid Tale and Enchanted I deiced to use those to determine the size of my journal.

Personal Mermaid Junk Journal

Once the size has been determined, cut the pages to the desired size. Next, add some color with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists. I love to use stencils with the mists for added texture.

Personal Mermaid Junk Journal

Since this was going to be my Personal Mermaid Junk Journal that I would use while on a cruise I decided that I didn’t want bulky embellishments to get in the way of writing. This journal stayed very simple.

The cover was cardstock that I used a stencil and then sewed the Calico Collage image from A Mermaid Tale on top. While looking around in my stash I found a pretty Prima Pearl embellishment that I knew would be perfect for the cover.

Personal Mermaid Junk Journal

The mermaid charm that was attached to this Personal Mermaid Junk Journal I found at Hobby Lobby on clearance. (I didn’t remember for sure in the video, but went shopping again and found more at Hobby Lobby). Isn’t she cute on the journal?

Personal Mermaid Junk Journal

Make sure to check out the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Of course, you are welcome to join the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. The group is growing daily and we are a friendly group willing to help each other and encourage each other.

Here is my shop, I have a lot of items uploaded and add more weekly.

My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.

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Halloween Witches Junk Journals

It’s Fall and time for Halloween and today I’m sharing four Halloween Witches Junk Journals I made using Calico Collage digital images, Canvas Corp Brands Halloween cardstock, Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists and more.

Halloween Witches Junk Journals

Last week I visited Canvas Corp Brands Home office and was able to pick up a few new things. I also got a few RAK’s (Random Act of Kindness) packages in the mail filled with Halloween items. This prompted me to take a look at my stash and see that I had some Calico Collage digital images ready to use.

The result was four Halloween Witches Junk Journals. Each journal has 8 sheets of paper folded in half for a total of 32 pages to add memories. The journals are almost 5 inches by 7 inches in size. Lots of Stamping and Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists were used in each journal.

Here is a flip through video for the four Halloween Witches Junk Journals.

Papers and digital kits used to make the Halloween Witches Junk Journals.
From Canvas Corp Brands. Haunt It on Kraft Paper, Haunt It: Black & Kraft “The Raven” Paper, Haunt It: Cats, Hats & Bats on Kraft Paper and Haunt It Tags on Kraft Paper
Witches Digital Images from Calico Collage
Vintage Halloween Coffin Tags from Calico Collage
All Hallows Eve digital journal kit

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Being able to use the papers and images along with the items that were sent to me was wonderful. Using my sewing machine to add a few stitches here and there brings me joy. This was also a great time to bust out my Halloween Stamps, some I’ve had for years.

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Although each journal has the same basic papers and I used some of the same techniques each is unique. Stamping, Spraying Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists, adding stickers and more help to make each one unique.

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How do you celebrate Halloween? Usually, we are away but this year I think we will be home to hand out candy to the local kids.

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Make sure to check out the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Of course, you are welcome to join the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. The group is growing daily and we are a friendly group willing to help each other and encourage each other.

Interested in any of the journals I created? Please feel free to contact me through my Facebook Page.

Here is my shop, I have a lot of items uploaded and add more weekly.

My hope is that I have inspired you to look at those papers in your stash and make your own junk journal.

Keep updated of my posts by following me. Follow my blog with Bloglovin.

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