What is the best thread for binding junk journals?

Since I’ve been on this Junk Journal adventure the following question is asked a lot. What is the best thread for binding junk journals? This post will share what is the best thread that I use. It will also show other examples of the thread you can use for binding a junk journal.

best thread for binding junk journals

 

Video sharing what is the best thread for binding junk journals, and the different types of threads including the ones I prefer to use.

What is the best thread for binding junk journals?
Waxed Linen Thread is my first choice.
Crochet Thread
Bakers Twine
and in a pinch embroidery floss – use all six strands.

There are a lot of different threads on the market these days. Choose the one that is best for you and your budget.

I prefer waxed linen thread as it is strong and hold my journals together nicely. I’ve been using waxed linen thread for many years and I’ve not had an issue with it breaking.

Now that you know What is the best thread for binding junk journals, what is the next junk journal you will make? Me I’m still working on Christmas projects.

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

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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.

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Hello Spring Greeting Card

See the Hello Spring Greeting Card I made on the Brutus Monroe blog today. Used the New Roses Background stamp from Brutus Monroe and last years Hello Spring. Also used an image from Calico Collage Simply Spring digital images.

Hello Spring Greeting Card

Loved making this card. I’m so ready for Spring to arrive. We have fluctuating weather here in Oklahoma. One day it is freezing the next it is 70 degrees.  Soon we will be able to say Hello Spring for good!

Stamped the Roses Background and then sprayed with one of my favorite products: Glimmer Mists.

To make the Roses Background and Digital Image I used:
Roses Background
Hello Spring Stamp set
Calico Collage Digital Image from Simply Spring
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists – True Turquoise and Party Pink
Brutus Monroe Embossing Ink
Black Embossing Powder
Brutus Monroe Detail Ink – Raven
Watercolor paper
Mauve card base A2
Blue card topper
Teal Crochet Thread
White Glue

Make sure you head over the Brutus Monroe Blog to see all the details on how this Hello Spring Greeting Card was made.

Hello Spring Greeting Card

Thanks for stopping by the blog today.

Video of this project.

 

This project was shared on:
Little Red Wagon