Day 30 of #useitupjuly sharing a Red Junk Journal Page Tutorial today. Continuing on the different colors of Junk Journal Page Tutorials sharing a red page. One of the items in my stash is red vellum that I’ve had for years and need to use! Come along and see how I used it in this Red Junk Journal Page Tutorial.
Red Junk Journal Page Tutorial Video
Supplies used for the Red Junk Journal Page Tutorial
- Ranger Dimensions RGRDYR.53644 Dylusions Stamps AnatomyOfAPage
- Ranger Dylusions Dyan Reaveley’s Journaling Block 9″X5″
- Scraps of Red paper
- Fabric strips cut at 1 inch and 2 inches wide
- Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists, Red Chilies, Chilli Pepper Red
- Lace Stencil
- Dictionary Page
- Red Vellum
- Brother Sewing Machine
- Heat Tool
- No-Clog Writing Cap by ScraPerfect
- Best Glue Ever by ScraPerfect
- Aleene’s Tacky Glue
- Bone folder
- Book Pages
- Distress Ink, Walnut Stain
- Blending Tool
- Heart Paper Punch
- The Paper Studio Tag Punch
- Detail Ink – Raven from Brutus Monroe
To begin this Red Junk Journal Page Tutorial using the dictionary page, lace stencil and Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists, apply color through the stencil. Allow to dry or use a heat tool.
Attach fabric to a strip of cardstock to form a pocket. Apply glue to the strip to hold it in place for sewing, or if you are not sewing, make sure that there is enough glue to hold the pocket in place. Sew down the sides of the page to finish the edge.
On the red vellum attach a strip of fabric using Aleene’s Tacky glue. Sew down the sides of the page to finish the edge.
Place the dictionary page on the back of the red vellum page. Sew or adhere the top and bottom to create one unit.
Create corner pockets using a square of a book page, folded in half and colored with Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists. Add stitches for more details and add to the page.
Attach the corner pockets to the vellum side of the page. Add words and heart shapes to the pockets.
Flip the page over and attach smaller corner pockets and add words and a little heart.
Fill the pockets with tags and a booklet on both sides of the page.
That red poppy fabric really helped pull this page together. I love how the vellum looks and that you can see through to the other paper.
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Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today to see the Red Junk Journal Page Tutorial.