Today I’m sharing a Page Flag Tutorial. This is my version of a journal dangle for pages made out of fabric, paper, charms and more.

Page Flag Tutorial

Page Flag Tutorial Video

Supplies used for the Page Flag Tutorial
This is a super easy Page Flag Tutorial. Begin by selecting some scraps of paper that are about 1 inch tall and at least 1.5 inches wide.

Stamp the Blank Label with Archival Ink, Jet Black on the scrap of paper. I like to stamp a bunch at one time and have them on hand.

Next choose words from the Label Words collection to fill the label. Stamp with Archival Ink, Jet Black.

Fussy cut the labels using the Fiskars Easy Action Scissors. These are my favorite scissor to use when fussy cutting.

Apply Distress Ink, Walnut Stain, using a blending tool around the edges of each label.

Page Flag Tutorial

Select a strip of fabric. I dye my fabric using Tattered Angels Glimmer Mists. See a tutorial on my blog. Fold long ways or hot dog style and snip at an angel to create the pennant shape at the bottom.

Grab some thread and lay a small bundle on the flag. Next, adhere the word label over the thread. Flip over and repeat.

Using the Best Glue Ever apply glue to the back of flat back rhinestones and sequins. Allow to air dry – until clear. Once dry select one and apply to the bottom corner of the word label, flip over and repeat.

Page Flag Tutorial

Select a bulb pin and load with a bead charm and sequin. Then attach to the fabric. Since this can be seen on both sides add a sequin and bead to the other side. Or any combo of sequins beads and charms that you like.

Page Flag Tutorial

See, I told you these were super easy!

Make up a bunch and have these on hand to add when you are working on a journal.

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