Grab some scraps, stamps and more and follow long with this Scrapy Sewn Stamped Junk Journal Page Tutorial. Sometimes those scraps pile up and we wonder what to do. In this tutorial you will see how to use fabric and paper scraps along with using stencils and rubber stamps to create a fun sewing themed junk journal page.

Scrapy Sewn Stamped Junk Journal Page Tutorial

In this tutorial Linda shows you how to create a junk journal page using fabric and paper scraps.
Scrapy Sewn Stamped Junk Journal Page Tutorial Video

Supplies used for the Scrapy Sewn Stamped Junk Journal Page Tutorial.
Fabric and paper scraps can pile up in our stash. Grab a few pieces and put them together to make a junk journal page.

Scrapy Sewn Stamped Junk Journal Page Tutorial

Using items from the Sew Artsy Subscription Box, Linda put together items to use for the scrapy sewn junk journal page. She used sewing themed stamps, and  Sew Artsy Tattered Angels Glimmer mists from the paint kit, to create ephemera, Sewing a fabric pocket with lace piece and a belly band to give it a finished look to the page.

Scrapy Sewn Stamped Junk Journal Page Tutorial

Grab your fabric pieces, paper scraps and lace to  your own scrapy sewn junk journal page using elements from the Sew Artsy Subscription box. How do you like to create your junk journal pages? Do you like create pockets and tuck spots for your page?

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