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LB103C Sign Post Rubber Stamp

LB103C Sign Post Rubber Stamp. One laser cut Art rubber stamp that measures about 2.0 x 2.44 inches.

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Mid Century Modern Stars Stencil

Hand drawn design, each stencil measures just inside 8.5 by 11 inches. The design is laid out in landscape mode.

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Mid Century Modern Geometric Shapes Stencil

Hand drawn design, each stencil measures just inside 8.5 by 11 inches. The design is laid out in landscape mode.

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Mid Century Modern Connected Squares Stencil

Hand drawn design, each stencil measures just inside 8.5 by 11 inches. The design is laid out in landscape mode.

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One Sheet Folio Tutorial

This One Sheet Folio Tutorial is a great way to use up scrapbook paper. In this tutorial I’ll show how to use one sheet of scrapbook paper to create a unique folio that can be added to a junk journal.

One Sheet Folio Tutorial

One Sheet Folio Tutorial video

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Supplies used.
To begin, select a full sheet of 12 x 12 scrapbook paper.  From the top score at 7.5 inches. Then rotate the page and cut two inches from the bottom. Score half an inch from the bottom after making the cut. 

Fold up the bottom which becomes a pocket for the inside of the folio. 

Turn the page right side up (pocket will be face down on your surface) Score from the right edge at 5 inches and again at 10 inches.

Here is a template to help with where to cut and score the page.

One Sheet Folio Tutorial

Cut the 2 x 12 inch strip down to be 7.25 inches. This will become a pocket.

One Sheet Folio Tutorial

Decorate the folio with sewing and stamping. It is fun to add some stamping to the inside of the folio. Another option is to decorate the inside with scrapbook paper, or leave plain for additional writing space. 

One Sheet Folio Tutorial

Add journal cards and tags to the pockets. I used some of the Amarillo Rose Digital kit from Calico Collage. There is also a Cut and Create Ephemera book from Calico Collage that can be used, especially for those who don’t have a printer.

One Sheet Folio Tutorial

 

Adhere the pocket to the front. Use a mason jar journal tag in the front pocket to keep the folio closed.

One Sheet Folio Tutorial

So many goodies can be added to this folio. Since I created this to fit inside a pocket of my journal I kept it somewhat simple so that it wasn’t too thick.

This One Sheet Folio would make a great gift to send to a friend.

Visit 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 projects Linda has created? Please feel free to contact her through her website. Here is her shop, a lot of items featured and more added weekly.

Keep updated on her posts by following the blog by creating an account.  Follow Linda on her Facebook Page or on Instagram for updates that may not be shared on the blog.

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today to see the One Sheet Folio Tutorial

Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial

Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial is the challenge for May inside the Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook group. Use your scraps, rubber stamps and more to create a Masterboard and then cut it up to create elements to use in junk journals.

Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial

Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial Video

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Supplies Used for the Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial
Pull out those scraps and get started. Sometimes I like to pull papers that coordinate and other times I pick random papers. Since I wanted to make a few items to go with a journal I’m creating I decided to pick papers that went together.

Adhere papers to a base paper. I chose to use a book page as my base, but you can use junk mail or anything you like.

Once all the papers have been adhered to the page it is time to add some interest with rubber stamps.  I like to pick patterns that I feel will look pretty over printed papers.

Adding gold embossing powder to the last layer of stamped images gives a beautiful shimmer.

Now that all the stamping is done it is time to cut up the page.

Some of the ways to use this page is to create pockets, journal cards and more as seen below.

Corner Pocket / tuck spots are a great way to hold additional journal cards

Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial

Traditional Pocket and Belly Band
Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements TutorialTall Journal cards
Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial

Lots of goodies can be made from one Masterboard.

Masterboard Into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial

Create your own Masterboard, take a photo before you cut it up. Then cut it up and make elements and take another photo. Share these photos inside the Event for the May 2022 Challenge Friendly Junk Journal People Facebook Group. Then the first week of June I will draw a random person who submitted their project to win a $10 off coupon to my shop.

Visit 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 projects Linda has created? Please feel free to contact her through her website. Here is her shop, a lot of items featured and more added weekly.

Keep updated on her posts by following the blog by creating an account.  Follow Linda on her Facebook Page or on Instagram for updates that may not be shared on the blog.

Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today to see the Masterboard into Junk Journal Elements Tutorial!