Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Fabric journals. Get inspired and try out new things.
Hello friends, I am sharing a project from the Salvaged Patina release today, my mixed media Fabric Book. This was such a fun project to cr...
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Instead of throwing away all of your leftover quilt fabrics, try creating something beautiful with them! Robin Sruoginis demonstrates how to create a Left Overs Journal with your fabric rejects in this video. Take any fabric pieces or old patterns that you decided not to use for your quilt, and use it as a part of your new journal!
Do you want to make handmade books, art journals or junk journals out of your stash of collected fabric scraps, art projects, leftover craft supplies and ephemera? Take this online art course from Wendy at Willa Wanders and learn everything you need to know to make spectacular mixed media art books
Hi and welcome to Kate's space. I would like to share a journal with you today.I really hope you like it. I'd love it if you would give my video and thumbs ...
Crissy Somma saved to Junk Journals
In this video, I have a go at making some fabric paper - it turned out beautifully and then I made some ephemera with it! #fabricpaper #artjournal If you wou...
Janice Feyen saved to Junk journal
This book was created by me some twelve months ago and was inspired by a delightful calender I was gifted from an old friend f...
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Mixed Media Inspiration from Freckles and Flowers includes buttons, embroidery…
Angela Porter saved to Slow Stitching
Wendy Solganik teaches online mixed media classes, hosts a podcast called Show Up or Shut Up and creates one of a kind junk journals.
Pat Sagrillo saved to Slow stitch
Oct 2, 2018 - Explore betty's board "Fabric journals", followed by 153 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about fabric journals, fabric book, fa
Debi Rule saved to Junk Journals
How can you not love the idea of a canvas journal, chock full of ephemera, textures and delightful findings? When I saw the new Fabric Journals from Tim Holtz Idea-ology, being a scrapbooker at heart I wanted to make one, but I was a bit intimidated with the idea that I needed to stitch things onto each page. While I greatly admire the stunning journals made by so many talented artists, with amazing sewing, stitching, and vintage lacey details, I knew my rather elementary level of sewing…
Carol Dashkovitz saved to Vintage junk journal