Pin Up Girl Twinchies Tutorial

Still working on the #useitupjuly challenge. Today’s project is a Pin Up Girl Twinchies Tutorial. What are Twinchies? These are two-inch square works of art. These works can be traded as they are or you can use these to embellish projects. Mine are now altered paperclips.

Pin Up Girl Twinchies Tutorial

In this Pin Up Girl Twinchies Tutorial video, you will see the transformation of ugly scrapbook paper into something beautiful.

The supplies used for the Pin Up Girl Twinchies Tutorial

The method I used for the Pin Up Girl Twinchies Tutorial was pasting other papers on top of the ugly scrapbook paper. Using the glue pot and a foam brush I applied glue to the page and then adhered scraps of book pages and hymnal pages.

Dry the page and apply random swipes of Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam. The Glimmer Glam adds a touch of color and glitter to the project.

Sewing around the bits of paper adds another detail to the paper.

Pin Up Girl Twinchies Tutorial

Cut the page into two-inch squares and these become the base to decorate.

Pin Up Girl Twinchies Tutorial

Calico Collage Pin Up Girl Domino digital images are 1 x 2 inches and fit perfectly on the two-inch squares. Distress inks are perfect for finishing the edges of the image and giving a vintage look. Adhere the image on three sides to leave room for a pocket on one side.

Pin Up Girl Twinchies Tutorial

Add scraps of lace and trim for a pretty touch. The stamped postcard is the perfect size for the little pocket.

Pin Up Girl Twinchies Tutorial

Didn’t these turn out super cute? I hope that this Pin Up Girl Twinchies Tutorial has inspired you to use up those ugly scrapbook papers, just give them a facelift. 😉

Pin Up Girl Twinchies Tutorial

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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.

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Tropical Flip Book Tutorial Using Junk Mail

This Tropical Flip Book Tutorial Using Junk Mail is because of a YouTube followers request. She really asked for me to make a tropical flipbook, I just chose to use junk mail. 😉 The tutorial has these techniques included: Frankenpage, Tuck Spot, Paper Hinge Technique, Pockets, Belly Band, Hidden Pocket. Day 8 of my #useitupjuly challenge.

Tropical Flip Book Tutorial Using Junk Mail

Tropical Flip Book Tutorial Using Junk Mail Video.

Supplies used in the making of the Tropical Flip Book Tutorial Using Junk Mail.
Junk Mail

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You will look at your mail differently after seeing how I transformed a mail flyer into a really cool Tropical Flip Book. The method is really easy. Using the Frankenpages concept, attach scraps of papers to a mailer. In my case, this was a large 11 inch tall by about 22 inch wide advertisement.

Tropical Flip Book Tutorial Using Junk Mail

If you don’t have an advertisement that is that large, you can always attach several together. Use the scraps of paper to adhere the pieces together or even washi tape.

Tropical Flip Book Tutorial Using Junk Mail Tropical Flip Book Tutorial Using Junk Mail

Once the scraps have adhered to the base I then added stitching around the pieces. I chose to work on one side first using black thread in the upper and lower threads on my machine. That way there would be decorative stitches on both sides. When I felt one side had all the necessary stitches I the flipped over the piece and added stitches where I thought it would look good.

Tropical Flip Book Tutorial Using Junk Mail Tropical Flip Book Tutorial Using Junk Mail

Choose elements from old projects to decorate the new flip book base. Some of these were digital images from Calico Collage, some were scraps from play sessions. This is a great project to use up those leftovers.

Tropical Flip Book Tutorial Using Junk Mail

Have fun playing with the junk and make something useful. This Tropical Flip Book would be a great travel item to add memories from a fun Tropical Vacation.

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How would you use your junk to make a Tropical Flip Book? Feel free to share using the #useitupjuly tag on social media. I would love to see what you created after seeing the Tropical Flip Book Tutorial Using Junk Mail.

Tropical Flip Book Tutorial Using Junk Mail

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.

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Tropical Tag Booklet Tutorial

One of my followers on YouTube requested a special project. This is part one of that project, Tropical Tag Booklet Tutorial. In this tutorial, I’m sharing how to take leftover bits and pieces and make a tag booklet that will be used in a junk journal flip book.

Tropical Tag Booklet Tutorial

Tropical Tag Booklet Tutorial Video

Supplies Used for the Tropical Tag Booklet Tutorial

After digging around in my stash I found some leftover pieces from previous projects that I thought would work to make this Tropical Tag Booklet Tutorial.

Tropical Tag Booklet Tutorial

The Cardstock had scuff marks on it, but I knew that these would be covered up and thought it was the perfect color for a Tropical Tag Booklet. I just love this shade of teal blue.

Tropical Tag Booklet Tutorial

When I’m making projects I try to use as much of the pieces as possible, but sometimes there are bits that don’t get used in a project. I sort mine by color and/or theme. It was easy to pull items for this project because I made a couple of Mermaid Journals and put all the bits in one ziplock bag. It makes it so easy to use items when the items are stored together.

Tropical Tag Booklet Tutorial

Play around with the bits to create new elements. Like the Mixed Media Gel Press paper, I turned into a pocket. Sometimes paper just needs to be folded and altered a little and it becomes a perfect element.

Tropical Tag Booklet Tutorial

Sewing on paper gives a pretty detail that wouldn’t be there otherwise. I love the little strings that are left as it gives it a truly handmade look.

Tropical Tag Booklet Tutorial

Stickers are another great item to use in projects like this one. Sometimes I forget to use the stickers, but I made sure to find spots for them in this project and I love how the surfboards look.

Tropical Tag Booklet Tutorial

Have fun making items out of your stash. Hope you liked this Tropical Tag Booklet Tutorial as part of the #useitupjuly challenge that I’m doing. Share what you are making using the tag on your social media. I would love to see what you make.

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.

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Junk Journal Cover Tutorial Using Wallpaper

Today I’m sharing a Junk Journal Cover Tutorial Using Wallpaper. My neighbor gave me three wallpaper sample books and I decided that as part of my #useitupjuly challenge I would use some of the wallpaper for a junk journal cover.

Junk Journal Cover Tutorial Using Wallpaper

Junk Journal Cover Tutorial Using Wallpaper.

Supplies for the Junk Journal Cover Tutorial Using Wallpaper

Junk Journal Cover Tutorial Using Wallpaper

When I make a junk journal, I begin with the pages. Once all the pages are made I use the measurement of the width, height and then dept of the stack of pages to determine the cover size. For example, I use the largest pages in the journal which are the digital images that measured 5.25 x 8. when folded in half. The stack of pages (8 sheets folded in half makes 32 pages, times three signatures for a total of 96 pages.) then measured 1.75 inches tall.

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Once I know this measurement I decide how much I want the embellished pages to stick out from the cover, in this case, I decided that I wanted to see the lace and only made the cover .25 of an inch wider. The height of the book I decided to give an additional .50 of an inch. Then the spine I decided to add .25 of an inch. That makes the cover piece 5.5 x 8.5 inches- cut two. The spine is 2 x 8.5 inches – Cut one.

Junk Journal Cover Tutorial Using Wallpaper Junk Journal Cover Tutorial Using Wallpaper Junk Journal Cover Tutorial Using Wallpaper

Then when I line of these three pieces I can measure how much I need to cover the chipboard. In my case, the chipboard measured 13 inches by 8.5 inches. I added 1.75 to both the height and the width and that was enough to cover the chipboard.

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If you have never made a cover before, grab some scraps and practice. Get the hang of how things go together and you can make covers very easily! Just take your time, I know you can make these because I was able to make them. 🙂

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Create the inside pieces for the cover by using cardstock or heavy paper. I usually cut cardstock slightly shorter on the width and the height of the chipboard pieces. The piece for the inside spine I cut about 4 inches wide if I have a 2-inch wide spine. This adds strength to the spine and when the side panels are attached it makes a strong book cover.

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Attach the pages to the cover. I use the Pamphlet Stitch as that is sturdy and works for me.

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Hopefully, this Junk Journal Cover Tutorial Using Wallpaper was helpful. I know you can make a cover too, it is easier than you think. Just don’t over think the process and make a sample if you have never made one so you can get the idea of how it goes together. 🙂

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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.

Keep updated on my posts by following me. Follow my blog with Bloglovin. Or Follow my Facebook Page or on Instagram for updates that may not be shared on my blog.

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Pin Up Tag Tutorial

It is the first of July, wow this year is flying by! Today I’m sharing a Pin Up Tag Tutorial inspired by the time of year. I know sounds strange, stick with me. So many of us made a resolution in January to use up or stash. This is something I strive to do all the time every year. But I was looking at a bunch of scraps and leftover projects that I thought, why not do a self-challenge for July and try to create something every day from items in my stash. #useitupjuly was my idea to use as a hashtag. lol

Pin Up Tag Tutorial

Here is a video showing the Pin Up Tag Tutorial.

The supplies used for the Pin Up Tag Tutorial

On my desk is a basket that collects scraps from projects. When I complete a video or project I’ll pop the leftover bits into the basket. Then when I need something quick to make I have items to grab. This basket is getting too full! That is why I decided to use it up a little at a time.

Pin Up Tag Tutorial

This Pin Up Tag Tutorial is really easy. Begin by grabbing up those leftover bits. This is a great way to make tags or even bookmarks. These you can use in journals, books or even give as a gift.

Trim papers to fit your idea. I don’t always measure, I just look and see where it needs to be cut. No stress this way. lol

Using a stencil on white paper is so pretty. It instantly turns it into a patterned paper. The shimmer is so beautiful it makes me smile to see it on a project.

Pin Up Tag Tutorial

Many of my projects I use my sewing machine. I just love the little details it adds to a project.

Glitter paint is something that makes items look even more vintage to me. Those old-fashioned cards that would have highlights of glitter always made me happy.

Pin Up Tag Tutorial

Since I began my crafting with sewing I have a large stash of fabric. My friends love to give me scraps as well so the pile is getting big and this was a perfect opportunity to use fabric as ribbons on the tags.

Pin Up Tag Tutorial

There is something about adding a single word to a project that completes the piece. It may not be needed all the time, but on some occasions adding a single word just adds the perfect touch.

These Pin Up Tags/bookmarks will be for sale at the Pin Up Girls Bazaar in Oklahoma City July 22. Come out and see lots of beautiful items for sale.

Pin Up Tag TutorialMake 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.

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Domino Necklace Tutorial

Today I’m sharing a Domino Necklace Tutorial. In July I’ll be attending a Pin Up Girl Bazaar in Oklahoma City and I was asked to bring as many Pin Up Girl related items as I could. My thoughts were that Domino Necklaces would be a perfect item to bring.

Domino Necklace Tutorial

Domino Necklace Tutorial Video.

Supplies used for the Domino Necklace Tutorial.

The process for this Domino Necklace Tutorial.

Domino Necklace Tutorial

Begin by printing the Pin Up Girl images. My images were printed on standard copy paper using a laser jet printer. Trim the images from the sheet.

Use Distress Ink – Black Soot around the edges of the images.

Apply a small amount of Diamond Glaze to the wooden domino and smooth out using a paintbrush, quickly place the printed image on top. Trim if necessary.

Once the Diamond Glaze has dried apply Distress Ink – Black Soot around the edges to blend the image into the domino.

Squeeze out Diamond Glaze on top of the image carefully to avoid bubbles. (Do not shake Diamond Glaze prior to use it will cause bubbles). Use a paintbrush to smooth out the Diamond Glaze. This product is self-leveling, once you have enough on the project. Place a small flat back rhinestone in the Diamond Glaze. Sprinkle a small amount of glitter on top then set aside for the piece to dry.

Domino Necklace Tutorial

Once the first layer of Diamond Glaze has dried completely (could be 30 minutes to overnight depending on where you live and the humidity) apply another coat of Diamond Glaze and allow to dry.

Attach a pendant bail to the back of the domino using Omni Stick Glue. Allow the piece to dry.

Cut a piece of cord or use a chain to complete the necklace.

Domino Necklace Tutorial

Did you think this was an easy Domino Necklace Tutorial? Once you get started it is hard to stop! I bought all the wooden dominos that my local Tuesday Morning had in stock and went back and purchased more! My hope is that you have fun making your own.

Domino Necklace Tutorial

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.

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Pin Up Girl Mini Junk Journal Tutorial

Here to share a Pin Up Girl Mini Junk Journal Tutorial with everyone today. In July I will be attending a Pin Up Girl Bazaar and was asked to bring different items with pin up girls. They loved the Pin ups on Route 66 junk journals and I thought why not make mini junk journals too.

Pin Up Girl Mini Junk Journal Tutorial

Pin Up Girl Mini Junk Journal Tutorial Video.

Supplies used for the Pin Up Girl Mini Junk Journal Tutorial.

Print the Pin Up Girls images from Calico Collage. The size of these images is two to an 8.5 x 11 inch sheet of paper creating 5 x 7 images. With my computer, I chose the print option of putting one page as a 5 x 7 image which makes the images about 3 x 4 inches in size that fit for my cover.

Pin Up Girl Mini Junk Journal Tutorial

The Cover of this journal is a heavy watercolor paper cut at 6 x 9 inches and folded in half. It is what I had and I really need to use up my stash! lol

Cut scrapbook paper or other papers for the background down to 4 x 5.5 inches. If using 12 x 12 inch scrapbook paper you can get 6 pieces for the covers.

Print sayings on cardstock. I used the Silhouette software to design the words. Printed with an inkjet printer and then cut with the Silhouette Cameo 3.

Distress the edges of the cover, the digital images, scrapbook paper and sayings with Vintage Photo Distress Ink.

Pin Up Girl Mini Junk Journal Tutorial

Adhere the digital images with the Best Glue Ever by ScraPerfect, then sew with a zig-zag stitch. If you don’t have a sewing machine you could hand stitch.

Attach the saying over the digital image and add a bit of lace, then zig-zag stitch. Once the topper has been created, attach to the cover using a zig-zag stitch. The cover is ready to have pages added.

Pin Up Girl Mini Junk Journal Tutorial

The pages are a variety of mop-up pages, notebook paper, graph paper and even scrapbook paper. These are all cut to 8.5 x 5.5 in size and folded in half. Select ten sheets of paper to create 40 pages in the journal.

Pin Up Girl Mini Junk Journal Tutorial

Line up the pages. I like for the smaller pages to be in the center of the other pages. Once all the pages are lined up, use jumbo paperclips to old the pages to the cover.

Pierce the pages and cover using a template that has three holes marked. The Center and about 1.5 inches from the edges. Use the Pamphlet Stitch to attach the pages to the cover.

Pin Up Girl Mini Junk Journal Tutorial

These are really easy to make and once you get started you will find that you will make a lot. What did you think of the Pin Up Girl Mini Junk Journal Tutorial?

Pin Up Girl Mini Junk Journal Tutorial

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.

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Summer Mixed Media Postcard Collaboration

Another collaboration with other artists creating a Summer Mixed Media Postcard Collaboration project. Four of us, Shel, Lena, Bea and myself are swapping postcards again with a summer theme.

Summer Mixed Media Postcard Collaboration

The idea is that each of us would create a standard 4 x 6 postcard with a summer-themed background that the next artist could decorate as they wanted.

Summer Mixed Media Postcard Collaboration

Here is a tutorial process video showing how I made my cards and then embellished all the cards. Summer Mixed Media Postcard Collaboration Video.

Supplies Used for the Summer Mixed Media Postcard Collaboration.

My postcards began with a 4 x 6 watercolor paper and a slew of Tattered Angels Products. I wanted to see if I could create a scene with the paints.

Summer Mixed Media Postcard Collaboration

Using an old hotel key card I scraped paint onto the watercolor paper. Applied Glam with a paintbrush. Sprayed with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist and used High Impact Paint as if it were rubber stamp ink.

Think outside the box when doing mixed media. That is the beauty of being able to do anything you want.

Once all the postcards arrived it was time to decorate. For this Summer Mixed Media Postcard Collaboration, I wanted to use the same theme for each card if possible.

Summer Mixed Media Postcard Collaboration

The idea was Pin Up Girls having fun in the sun. Using the digital images from Calico Collage was a great focal point for each postcard.

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Doing this Summer Mixed Media Postcard Collaboration was so much fun. Even though we all did different backgrounds I feel that by using the same focal type of images made these a set.

Try your hand at making a few postcards and maybe even do a collaboration with a few art friends.

Make sure to check out the videos by the other artists.

Summer Mixed Media Postcard Collaboration

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.

Keep updated on my posts by following me. Follow my blog with Bloglovin. Or Follow my Facebook Page or on Instagram for updates that may not be shared on my blog.

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Collaged Journal Cards Tutorial

One of my followers asked if I would share a Collaged Journal Cards Tutorial. So, that is what I’m sharing today. How to create a foundation card and then collage on top to make a really pretty journal card or could be a greeting card too.

Collaged Journal Cards Tutorial

Collaged Journal Cards Tutorial Video.

Supplies used for the Collaged Journal Cards Tutorial.

Collaged Journal Cards Tutorial

Begin by adhering scraps of book pages, hymnals etc to a 12 x 12 sheet of Scrapbook paper. Turn the pages in different directions, don’t worry about if it is upside down, just have fun adhering the paper. I used the Glue Sponge container and a foam brush. Use what you feel works best for you. This is my version of a Franken Page foundation.

Collaged Journal Cards TutorialLay stencils over the new Franken page and add color with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist.Collaged Journal Cards Tutorial

Stamp various images on top of the new Franken page base. Rotate the stamps so that these are going in different directions. It’s okay if the image doesn’t come out perfect, this is a background and we are just creating interest.

Collaged Journal Cards TutorialOnce the stamping is done add stitches. For this session, I used a zig zag stitch, but you can use a straight stitch or other decorative stitches. Have fun adding stitches.

Collaged Journal Cards TutorialCut the Franken Page down for journal cards. In this case, I cut mine at 3 x 4 inches. If using a 12 x 12 sheet as the foundation there can be 12 journal card bases made.

Collaged Journal Cards TutorialBegin adding bits of lace and papers. I like to add color to ivory and/or white lace pieces with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist. This way I don’t have to have a bunch of colors of lace I can keep that stash smaller and use the Tattered Angels as it has a wider variety of uses than a piece of colored lace.

Collaged Journal Cards TutorialThe Best Glue Ever is perfect when paired with the No-Clog Writing Cap for getting glue placed precisely. I like to add it to smaller bits so that they don’t lift from the project.

Collaged Journal Cards TutorialUse Distress ink around the edges of the papers. It gives more depth to the project. Use those tools that you own. I’ve had my Silhouette Cameo 3 for almost two years and I love using it for a variety of projects. Like the little words, I add to my projects.

Collaged Journal Cards TutorialAdding flat back rhinestones with Embellie Gellie makes it so easy. Before I would have rhinestones go flying when I used tweezers. Collaged Journal Cards TutorialDid you enjoy the Collaged Journal Cards Tutorial? Making your own collaged journal cards is easy if you just relax and let things fall into place. Don’t over think. Lay out a few items and play around with placement. If you don’t like it then change it up. Sometimes I’ll lay things out and then walk away and do other things. When I come back it becomes clear how it should be put together. Have fun and don’t stress. 😉

Collaged Journal Cards Tutorial

I have a few sets in my shop if you want to have some as examples or to use in your projects. It is much appreciated to have support from my wonderful followers. Thank you so much!

Collaged Journal Cards Tutorial

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.

Keep updated on my posts by following me. Follow my blog with Bloglovin. Or Follow my Facebook Page or on Instagram for updates that may not be shared on my blog.

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Napkin Journal Card Tutorial

Yes, a Napkin Journal Card Tutorial. Napkins can be used for more than wiping your face and fingers, many of the beautiful patterns can be used in art projects. Today I’m sharing a Napkin Journal Card Tutorial, using a napkin as the background and adding other elements to create a beautiful journal card.

Napkin Journal Card Tutorial

Napkin Journal Card Tutorial Video.

Supply list for the Napkin Journal Card Tutorial

Napkin Journal Card Tutorial

Begin by cutting the napkin to fit on the Kraft notecard from Canvas Corp Brands. Add distress ink to the edges of the notecard.

Napkin Journal Card TutorialSew the napkin on the notecard. I used a zig-zag stitch, but you could use a straight stitch or a decorative stitch.Napkin Journal Card TutorialApply Tulip Dimensional Glitter Paint using the No-Clog Writing Cap from ScraPerfect to the napkin image. I think it looks like the vintage cards that had glitter.

Napkin Journal Card TutorialUsing Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist, alter the color of a ribbon flower. I found that I can alter a white or off white flower to be any color I want.Napkin Journal Card Tutorial Napkin Journal Card TutorialAdhere the elements to the card using the Best Glue Ever by ScraPerfect.

Napkin Journal Card TutorialDon’t this look wonderful? What did you think of the Napkin Journal Card Tutorial? Do you think you can make your own version of these cards? I would love to see what you create. Tag me on social media #lindaisrael so I can see what you are making.

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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.

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Napkin Journal Card Tutorial