Another installment of the Monochrome Junk Journal Pages Part 4. In this tutorial I’ll show a trick on adding a sewn fabric ruffle to a page. I’ll also show a very layered pocket with lots of goodies inside.
Monochrome Junk Journal Pages Part 4 Tutorial Video
Supplies used for Monochrome Junk Journal Pages Part 4
- All About Robin’s Digital Kit Images
- Calico Collage Roses Faux Postage Stamp Digital
- Mixed Media Origins – Blooms (My page was a specially printed page, but you can use this one to get the same look.)
- Shabby Grunge Lined Journal Pages
- Bella Rose Stamp Med
- Flowering Branch Rubber Stamp
- Nest Cube Rubber Stamps
- Jet Black Archival Ink
- Tim Holtz Black Soot Distress Ink
- Aleene’s Tacky Glue
- Packaging from 7 Gypsies
- Paper Scraps
- Paper Flowers
- Lace and Trims
- Kraft Card Stock
- Black Card Stock
Today Linda shows how she creates a layered side pocket and journal cards using scraps, rubber stamps, fabric pieces and digital images.
Using bit of fabric, lace and paper flowers to create side pockets and journal card. The digital image is from the All About Robin’s digital. Sewing around the pieces adds an extra touch of texture.
Using kraft card stock, stamping with the Bella Rose Medium rubber stamp, and fabric that Linda created a ruffled edge.
The Roses Faux Digital postage stamps by Calico Collage was sewn onto black cardstock as another element for the journal page.
When you want to add fabric and lace to a page, but don’t want stitches to show on the other side, or if you can’t get the page in the sewing machine try this technique. Attach the fabric and lace to a strip of paper, sew and then glue the strip on the journal page.
Get out those fabric, lace, paper scraps and rubber stamps to layer and collage elements in your journals!
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Thanks so much for stopping by the blog today to see Monochrome Junk Journal Pages Part 4.